Cayman National

Board of Directors

Hon. Truman Bodden
The Hon. Truman Bodden
Chairman

The Hon. Truman Bodden
OBE, LLB (Hons), ACIB, JP, Chairman

The Hon. Truman Bodden is an attorney–at–law, as well as a former member of the Cayman Islands Legislative Assembly from 1976 – 1984 and 1988 – 2000, former Leader of Government Business and acting Attorney General. Mr. Bodden is an ACIB, LLB (Hons) London, FICM, FFA, MCMI, ACIARB, and barrister-at- law. He has been the Minister for Health, Education and Social Services and the Minister of Education, Aviation and Planning and is a member of the Financial Services Council, Cayman Islands Law Society and Bar Association. He is also a former director of Barclays Private Bank and Trust Cayman Ltd., a founding director of Cayman National and a senior partner of the law firm of Truman Bodden & Company from 1974 – 2008.

Stuart Dack
Stuart Dack
President and Chief
Executive

Stuart Dack
ACIB, MBA, President and Chief Executive

Stuart Dack entered banking in 1971, and obtained the ACIB qualification with distinction. Mr. Dack worked for the Midland Bank group in the UK for 22 years where he held a number of managerial roles at branch, area, and regional levels. He joined Cayman National as internal auditor in 1992 and in 1998 was promoted to Executive Vice President of Cayman National Corporation. In 2001, he was awarded an MBA with merit from Southampton University. In April 2004 he was appointed President and Chief Executive of Cayman National.

Sherri Bodden–Cowan
Sherri Bodden–Cowan

Sherri Bodden–Cowan
MBE, LLB (Hons)

Sherri Bodden–Cowan was educated in the Cayman Islands and the United Kingdom, and gained an LLB (Hons) from Bristol University, England. She was subsequently called to the Bar of England & Wales in 1986 and the Cayman Islands in 1987. Mrs. Bodden–Cowan has worked for the Cayman Islands government, the law firm Hunter & Hunter, and was an associate and partner in the firm of Boxalls. Mrs. Bodden–Cowan owns her own law firm, Bodden & Bodden, and is a director of Bodden Corporate Services.

Mrs. Bodden–Cowan has served in numerous capacities as chairman
or director of various Cayman Islands statutory boards and authorities.

Clarence Flowers Jr.
Clarence Flowers Jr.

Clarence Flowers Jr.

Clarence Flowers Jr. is the Managing Director of Orchid Development Ltd., and a director of the Flowers Group and Cayman Water Company. He is a well–respected member of Cayman’s business community and has spearheaded several projects in the Cayman Islands, including the construction and management of Cricket Square Development on Elgin Avenue.

Bryan A. Hunter
Bryan A. Hunter

Bryan A. Hunter
B.Sc (Hons), LL.B (Hons)

Bryan Hunter is the Managing Partner and the Head of the Corporate and Commercial Practice in the Cayman office of the law firm Appleby. He has extensive experience in the structuring and formation of hedge funds, funds of funds and private equity funds and regularly advises on various operational and regulatory issues in relation to these funds. His practice also includes general corporate matters, project finance, corporate finance and merger and acquisition transactions.

Mr. Hunter was admitted as an attorney in the Cayman Islands in 1997. He is a notary public in the Cayman Islands, has served as a board member of the Civil Aviation Authority, the Caymanian Bar Association (of which he is a past President) and the Chamber of Commerce and has served as a member of the Financial Services Council.

Nigel Wardle
Nigel Wardle

Nigel Wardle
BA, CA

Mr. Wardle is Vice President of WRB Enterprises Inc. the ultimate parent company of Turks and Caicos Utilities, Grenada Electricity Services and Dominica Electricity Services Ltd. He serves on the boards of directors of each of those entities and is Chairman of Marpin 2K4 Ltd, a leading telecommunications company in Dominica. He has also held several positions in the Caribbean, including Managing Director of Turks and Caicos Utilities and General Manager of Grenada Electricity Services Ltd shortly after the privatisation of that entity. He served as Chairman of the Caribbean Electricity Utility Services Corporation (CARILEC) from 1999 to 2001 and was a director of CARILEC from 1990 through 2003.

He is a former Chairman of the Society of International Business Fellows, which selects, educates, and connects business leaders around the world. Mr. Wardle earned his CA designation in 1980.