Michael McAnuff-Jones has vast expertise in the fields of finance and human resources, having spent many years in their practical application in various corporate roles, as well as developing academic excellence in these areas.
Mr McAnuff-Jones held several key roles across the Scotiabank Group, including Accounting Manager; Assistant General Manager – Operations; Assistant General Manager- Human Resources; Senior Vice President – Human Resources- Jamaica, Belize and Haiti; and head of Human Resources for the Scotiabank English Caribbean operations. He retired from Scotiabank in January 2017 and is currently engaged in part-time Human Resource Management consultancy and pastoral ministry.
Mr McAnuff-Jones is Vice President of The Human Resource Management Association of Jamaica and formerly served as executive chair of the Jamaica Institute of Financial Services. Among other public sector service, he also serves as a Director on the board of the Nature Preservation Foundation/Hope Botanical Gardens, and is Deputy Chairman of the University of Technology (UTech) council.
Mr McAnuff-Jones completed undergraduate studies in Banking and Finance at CAST (now University of Technology) and also holds the MSc in Social Sciences/Human Resources from the University of Leicester and the MBA (Distinction) from the University of Wales/Manchester Business School. He holds professional designations in Banking, Corporate Secretarial practice, and Human Resources, with associateship in the then Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, then London Institute of Bankers, and designated as an international Senior Professional in Human Resources by the Human Resource Certification Institute.