Rezworth Burchenson’s foray into the financial services sector began at Sigma Investments Ltd in 1995, where he was
employed in the role of Investment Analyst. His drive for success saw him being promoted to Equity/Research Manager
and later Vice President and General Manager at the merged Pan Caribbean Asset Management Ltd, with an overarching
responsibility for managing Jamaica’s largest unit trust (Sigma Unit Trust). In early 2006, Mr. Burchenson joined Prime
Asset Management Ltd, later VM Pensions Management and would go on to excel as Chief Executive Officer.
On September 1, 2016, following a restructuring exercise within the organisation, Mr. Burchenson took on the additional
role of Deputy Chief Executive Officer for VM Wealth Management, the investment arm of the VM Family. He was
promoted to Chief Executive Officer of VM Wealth Management in January 2019.
Throughout his career, he has been consistently involved with various corporate bodies, including as a Director of the
Pension Funds Association of Jamaica (PFAJ) and as a Member of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) Best Practice
Committee. He is also a former director of the National Road Operating and Constructing Company (NROCC), the
National Education Trust Ltd (NET), Human Resource Management Association of Jamaica and a former member of the
Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica’s (PSOJ’s) Economic Policy Committee.
In 2012, Mr. Burchenson was named to the PSOJ’s “50 Under Fifty” in the field of investments and finance. A Barclays
Bank Scholar while at the University of the West Indies, he received a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics (Hons.) and an
MBA in Banking and Finance (Hons.).