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Mr. Hillary Deveaux is the ...
Mr. Hillary Deveaux is the Executive Director of the Securities Commission of the Bahamas.
He was appointed Acting Executive Director of the Commission on December 1, 2002, and confirmed as Executive Director on May 16, 2006 by the Prime Minister and Minister of Finance.
education at the Government High School
, Iowa State University; the London School of Economics and Political Science; and Cambridge University
Mr. Deveaux was appointed Secretary to the Securities Board (the predecessor to the Securities Commission) on June 1, 1997.
joining the Securities Commission, he served as General Manager of the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation.
Other appointments include Project Officer, Caribbean Development Bank
in Barbados; Manager of the Eurodollar Division, Bank of New Providence
in Nassau; Money Market Manager, Chemical International Finance Ltd.
(a wholly owned subsidiary of Chemical Bank,) in New York; and Assistant Director, Research Department, Central Bank of the Bahamas
Mr. Deveaux has been an Evening Lecturer in Statistics and Economics at the College of the Bahamas, a Lecturer in Economics and Banking & Finance at the University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology in Cardiff, Wales, and a Teaching Assistant and Lecturer in Economics at Iowa State University.
He is a member of The Bahamas Trade Commission and is the current Chairman of the FTAA Negotiating Group in Services, a position he has held since June 2002.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
Hillary Deveaux, Interim Executive Director
, Interim Executive Director
The Securities Commission of The Bahamas announced today that Mr. Hillary Deveaux has been appointed the Interim Executive Director of the Commission, effective 11 September 2013.
Commission Chairman Tonya Bastian Galanis congratulated Deveaux on his appointment.
brings extensive experience in the capital markets, broad and deep knowledge of the securities industry, international contacts and exposure, and a passion for the development of the securities and broader financial services sector in The Bahamas," she
"I am pleased with the appointment of Mr. Deveaux
to the Interim Executive Director position and wish him every success."
Mr. Deveaux returns to the Commission after serving as the Capital Markets Development Advisor to the International Monetary Fund's Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre
Prior to taking up his position with CARTAC, Mr. Deveaux served with the Securities Commission for 13 years.
He held the post of Executive Director from December 2002 to August 2010, after holding the office of the Secretary commencing 1 June 1997.
Big guns to salute ...
Big guns to salute Deveaux
A goodbye reception for outgoing Securities Commission Executive Director Hillary Deveaux will be led by Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham and State Minister for Finance Zhivargo Laing tonight.
The Nassau Guardianrevealed earlier this year that Deveaux
had been poached by the IMF
for a top job as a capital markets advisor with its Barbados-based Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Centre(CARTAC), a regional resource which provides technical assistance and training in core areas of economic and financial management to member countries throughout the region, including The Bahamas.
The Securities Commission
last week officially announced the resignation of Deveaux
, effective August 31, 2010.
Deveaux has held the position of executive director of the Securities Commission of The Bahamas since December 1, 2002.
Prior to this he served as secretary to the commission, having been appointed from June 1, 1997.
He has been involved in many of the regulatory and legislative developments taking place in the commission and in The Bahamas securities and capital markets, and has served in various national and regional bodies related to securities and trade matters.
The Nassau Guardian - News - Business - Free Trade Area Of the Americas (FTAA) the Bahamas Negotiating
Mr. Hillary Deveaux, Alternate Head, Securities Commission.
The Nassau Guardian - Capital market union discussed in Trinidad
Hillary Deveaux, secretary of the Securities Commission, represented the Bahamas; he was acted as the moderator for the forum.