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Keigan Cox - General Manager - CEO
Mr. Keigan Cox SLASPA’s General Manager/Chief Executive Officer, is an accomplished executive with vast experience in corporate governance, management, finance, business development and project management.
Educated in Canada and the United Kingdom, his qualifications include, a Bachelor of Economics Degree, Master Degree in Business Administration (MBA), is an accredited Director and Member of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators(ICSA) and is currently completing a Masters in Law (LLM).
With an impressive employment portfolio,Mr. Cox spent ten years in Saint Lucia’s Public Service in various roles including asan Economist in the Ministry of Finance where his main role included economic research and related activities such as formulation, execution and monitoring of the country’s budget. He later moved on to the Ministry of Communication, Works, Transport and Public Utilities as a Financial Analyst where he was responsible for the financial management and accountability of the Ministry.
Mr. Cox most recently served as Head of Business Development, Digicel OECS where he was solely in charge of development, exploring and maximizing new business opportunities beyond the mobile sphere, with a focus on developing and institutionalizing the company’s vision of expanding into the ICT Business portfolio. He currently serves as a Director on the Board of Directors for the Eastern Caribbean Financial Holding Company Limited (ECFH), its subsidiary Bank of St. Lucia International Ltd. as well as the National Insurance Corporation (NIC). Mr. Cox is also the Chairman of the Audit Committee at NIC and has served as a member of the Audit committee at ECFH.
Under Mr. Cox’s leadership SLASPA will continue its focus on developing the island’s ports of entry, increasing both maritime and aviation throughput while ensuring safety and security, expanding the ports’ business and building community partnerships.
A major area of concentration going forward will be future proofing the organisation with a view to focusing on the sustainable development of SLASPA well into the medium and long term. Another focus will be fostering a culture of corporate governance within the organisation and modernizing the functions, roles and daily operations. This will involve concentrating on ensuring that the organisation continues to use the latest technology to gain operational efficiencies and continue best management practices to meet international standards.