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Everton Bryan

Everton Bryan

CEO/ Director of IAS

EVERTON BRYAN (REMY) was born on November 12, 1976. He is the Chief Executive Officer and Director of International Asset Services which is a premier company in the business of servicing loans, collecting debts and providing consulting and financial services. He is married to Dianne Wilson-Bryan and together they have a son. He has been featured on several occasions in the media, namely The Gleaner and The Jamaica Observer for his tremendous work in challenging the status quo of debt management in the economy.

Mr. Bryan is a past student of the prominent Calabar High School. His professional career began with him as a Manager at Carlos Café, an exclusive restaurant and club, which under his influence and leadership became one of the most successful cafes in Jamaica. A few years later he became a Life Underwriter at Sagicor Jamaica Limited, one of Jamaica’s largest insurance companies, whilst still managing Carlos Café.

However, he did not stop there and in 2004 his drive for success landed him employment at IAS in the capacity of a collector. He worked these three jobs until he was promoted to Collections Manager at IAS and then shortly after he was appointed to the prestigious position of General Manager. His professional career pinnacled in 2011 when he became the CEO of the company and has led this company to its most profitable years.

Mr. Bryan is the recipient of the 2014 Business Excellence Awards for CEO of the Year. This event honours the best small and medium sized businesses from around the world, and showcases exceptional results for business owners, entrepreneurs, their teams and their companies. Since 2012, he has been a very active member of the Private Sector Organization of Jamaica and currently sits on their Executive Committee. He now holds a position that enables him to serve members of the public as he was recently awarded the title: Justice of the Peace for the parish of St. Andrew.

Everton’s determination, focus and driving ambition has served him well over the years. He continues to live by the philosophy “It’s not the will to win that matters, everyone has that. It’s the will to prepare to win that matters” - Paul 'Bear' Bryant.

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