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Hillary Hugh Deveaux

Project Officer

Caribbean Development Bank

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Caribbean Development Bank

Company Description

The Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) is providing financial assistance for a project designed to improve the operational capability, efficiency and system reliability of the Nevis Electricity Company (NEVLEC). Approval for a loan equivalent to USD8.4 million... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Director of Research

Central Bank of The Bahamas


Money Market Manager

Chemical Bank


Capital Markets Development Adviser

CARIBBEAN REGIONAL TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE CENTRE


Chairman

CARICOM


Industrial Corporation


Executive Director Securities Commission of The Bahamas


Executive Director

Securities Commission


Teaching Assistant and Lecturer In Economics

Iowa State University


Evening Lecturer In Statistics and Economics

The College of The Bahamas


Affiliations

The Bahamas Trade Commission

Member


International Organization of Securities Commissions

Member


PIGS Junkanoo Group

Founding Member


Western Hemisphere Inc

Secretary of the Securities Board and Chair of the FTAA Services Group


Education

BS Degree

Economics

Iowa State University


MS degree

Economics

The London School of Economics


degrees

Cambridge University


degrees

London School of Economics


Web References(85 Total References)


www.cartac.org

Capital Markets Development Adviser: Hillary Deveaux
Hillary Hugh Deveaux, a national of The Bahamas, was appointed Capital Markets Adviser on September 1, 2010. Prior to his engagement at CARTAC, he spent thirteen years at the Securities Commission of The Bahamas; five years as Secretary to the Board, and the remaining years as Executive Director. He has also been employed as General Manager of The Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation, Project Officer, Industry at the Caribbean Development Bank, Money Market Manager at Chemical Bank, New York and Assistant Director of Research at the Central Bank of The Bahamas. He also served as Chairman of the Services Negotiating Group in the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). Mr. Deveaux holds BS and MS degrees in Economics from Iowa State University and The London School of Economics respectively, along with a Diploma in Development Studies from Cambridge University.


www.thenassauguardian.com

The Nassau Guardianrecently revealed that Hillary Deveaux was set to step down from the commission after eight years to take up an opportunity with the IMF, as a long-term expert on capital markets for the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Center, CARTAC, based in Barbados and covering 20 countries in the region.
Therese Turner-Jones, the outgoing coordinator of the IMF's Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Center in Barbados toldThe Guardian:"Hillary Deveaux, a Bahamian national, formerly of The Bahamas Securities Commission has been appointed a long-term advisor to the Caribbean Regional Technical Assistance Center(CARTAC)located in Barbados, effective September 1, 2010. "Specifically, Deveaux will have responsibility for delivering technical assistance to countries in the region to develop capital markets(securities and stock exchanges). For the IMF, Deveaux is an ideal candidate because in his capacity with the Securities Commission he has worked alongside the IMF on a number of occasions, and has worked elsewhere in the region prior to his appointment, notably as project officer for the Caribbean Development Bank in Barbados. He has also served as chairman of the Caribbean Group of Securities Regulators and chairman of the Group of Financial Services Regulators in The Bahamas. As well as being the executive director of the commission, Deveaux currently serves as chairman of the CARICOM Regional Capital Markets Committee, chairman of the Negotiating Group in Services in the Free Trade Area of the Americas(FTAA), and as a member of the Bahamas Trade Commission.


www.cartac.org

Mr. Hillary Deveaux
Capital Markets Development


www.kycalert.com

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. He received his 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. Prior to 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.


www.kycpro.com

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. He received his 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. Prior to 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.


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