Andrew Adams is currently the Director of the Housing Fund in the Ministry of Transport Works and Housing.
Previously, Mr. Adams was the Chief Financial Officer of Facey Commodity Consumer Group of the Facey group of companies which operates throughout the Caribbean. He has worked in the field of finance for over 20 years, and he has particular experience in start –up, business development, financial reporting, administration, budgeting and planning, and both expense and human resource management.
Prior to joining the Facey group, Mr. Adams served as Group Chief Accountant for the Jampearl group of companies between 2001 and 2005, which includes investments made by Director Damien Lyn and his associates in Alternative Power Sources Limited, a key supplier of the Company, as well as investments in a broad cross section of other sectors inclusive of engineering, construction, supermarkets and restaurants. He also served in senior accounting roles in both the Morgan’s and the Jamaica Producers groups of companies.
Mr. Adams has also served as lecturer in Accounting, Finance and Information Technology at Maragh’s Institute of Business (ACCA and CAT Programs, year 2003-2005) and hold qualifications in Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) year 2000, Association of Certified Accountants (CAT) 2002 and presently perusing level III (finals) of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).