BFSB is set to launch its latest “People Power” initiative – The Bahamas Millennials Society, a networking and mentoring club of financial services industry millennial workers – within the first half of this year.

BFSB CEO Aliya Allen says, *“It is an indisputable fact that one has to capture both the hearts and minds of the millennial worker. It cannot be business as usual. We look to our member firms to support this initiative, fully recognising that this is the generation that will drive the sector forward in the coming years.”*

A key component of the membership benefits will be regular meetings to promote networking amongst the millennials and mentor presentations on topics of interest to this generation of workers.

*Photo Caption: Millennials Planning Committee members at an early session. Left to right: Standing (L to R) Dimitris Salvaris (Citi); Brian Austin (Bahamas Realty); Mikia Cooper (Halsbury Chamber); Damian Forbes (Deltec Bank & Trust); Khalil Brathwaite (Leno Corporate Services); Seated (L to R) Sofia Papageorge (Delaney Partners); Renaldo Knowles (Genesis Fund Services); Aliya Allen (BFSB CEO); Janelle Sands (BFSB BMS Coordinator); Sanchez Brooks (Summit Insurance). Committee Members not pictured include: Aldeka King (KPMG); Jasmine Williams (Student of the Year-Citi); Peter Cartwright (SMS Chartered Accountants); and Zachary Lyons ( BSI Overseas Bahamas).*