John Jackson

John JacksonChairman

areas of expertise
  • Accounting & Auditing
  • Investing & Finance
  • Management
  • Economic & Investment Analysis
  • Public Speaking & Commentary
  • Fellow Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica
  • Southwest London College, UK
  • Investment University, Oxford Club

John a Chartered Accountant is the Chairman of The Board of QWI. He is highly regarded locally and internationally for his investment acumen and the financial website

Known as the Investment Guru, he is widely acclaimed for nurturing investor education and building interest in the stock market and other investment options, through his brainchild, The INVESTMENT SERIES, a highly anticipated calendar event during the latter 1990s and early 2000s. Today,thousands of Jamaicans acknowledge the increased wealth they have enjoyed by following his prudent and scholarly advice.

QWI Investments has the expertise to  guide and manage your investments. Our  strength is your advantage.

John is also Chairman of Jamaican Teas and Jetcon Corporation, both of which are listed on the Junior Market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange, and Jamaica Deposit Insurance Corporation (JDIC). He has served as Chairman of KIW International since 2008. He is also a Director of the Development Bank of Jamaica (DBJ) and is involved in other private entities. He served on the boards of a number of other companies in the past, including Eagle Unit Trust as Chairman of the Investment Committee, an entity now owned by Scotia Investments Limited. He is a public speaker and commentator on a variety of subject matters. John Jackson brings his wide expertise and knowledge to the Board of QWI, including years of research, investment and economic experience.


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