The Jamaica National Group Limited represents one of Jamaica’s pre-eminent and most recognizable brands, with over 14 decades of history in Jamaica and overseas. The Group is comprised of several world-leading entities which provide a wide array of financial, technology, creative and fleet management services, among others.
On February 1, 2017, the 142-year old Jamaica National Building Society (JNBS) was restructured and The Jamaica National Group established. The deposit-taking arm of the Society was converted to JN Bank, the third largest commercial bank in Jamaica
With membership as the ethos of its operations, The Jamaica National Group will, as its predecessor, JNBS, ensure that the Group remains as a leading performer among mixed conglomerates in the region; and that its performance directly benefits the people and communities that its subsidiaries serve.
The Jamaica National Group is committed to the success and growth of its members while using business as a force for good so that, together, we can improve the outcome of Jamaicans wherever they may reside.
The companies that provide financial services within The Jamaica National Group are:
- JN Bank Limited
- JN General Insurance Company Limited (JNGI)
- JN Fund Managers Limited (JNFM)
- JN Life Insurance Company Limited (JN Life)
- JN Money Services Limited (JNMS)
- JN Small Business Loans Limited (JNSBL)
- JN Cayman
The MCS Group Limited serves as the non-financial holding company and parent of the unregulated entities within The Jamaica National Group. The services provided by the Group extend beyond financial services and includes the following companies:
- Jamaica Automobile Association (Services) Limited (JAA)
- JN Properties Limited
- Management Control Systems Limited (MC Systems)
- Total Credit Service (TCS) Limited
- The Creative Unit Limited (TCU)
The Jamaica National Group is committed to the success and growth of its members and customers, while using business as a force for good so that, together, we can improve the outcome of Jamaicans wherever they may reside.
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