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Proving that helping others plan their futures makes for a rewarding career, 29-year-old Jason Lowe is a premier relationship manager at HSBC Bank Bermuda Limited and loves the company he works for. "As a relationship manager, I strive to provide solutions that will help my clients' dreams become reality," he says, speaking to his passion for assisting Bermuda's residents to achieve their financial and personal goals. Lowe's enthusiasm for customer service is inspired by his late father, the Reverend Dr. Wilbur Lowe Jr., JP, whose selflessness he says was "a positive force to be reckoned with."  As a short-term goal, Lowe plans to seek his certified financial planner (CFP) accreditation, which will allow him to offer enhanced knowledge as another asset to his clients.

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The People's Pharmacy is one of Bermuda's most patronised retail businesses, thanks in part to the dedication and hard work of employees like 28-year-old Aleasha...

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"I want both my personal and my professional life to help shape the future of Bermuda," says 26-year-old Carlita Lodge, civic-minded marketing and communications manager...

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If anyone exemplifies Raleigh International's success as a youth development charity, it's 26-year-old Nakia Foggo, internal auditor at the Argus Group. Having embarked on a...

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Social skills and a positive attitude are two traits essential to client relations - a lesson that 25-year-old Jo-Rena Davis has taken to heart younger than...

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Embarking on one of Bermuda's most popular and competitive career paths, 29-year-old Nicholle Monish has had a rewarding year since starting as a finance manager...

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Immersed in the complex world of financial and professional liability (FINPRO) insurance, 24-year-old Laura Norman started at Bermuda's Bowring Marsh branch in 2011 as one...

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Bermuda Tourism Authority CEO Bill Hanbury sits down with The Bermudian to discuss his vision for the future of Bermuda tourism. 

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