• Jamaica Observer: GK Capital eyes big stake in venture capital funds

    GK Capital Management plans to invest big in the venture capital market in Jamaica. The investment company might even take a few of the companies that it invests in to market “whether through the stock exchange or through the junior stock exchange”, according to GraceKennedy Group CEO, Don Wehby. Previously, GK Capital signalled that it […]

  • Jamaica Gleaner: GK rethinking venture capital strategy – Buys bigger stake in St Lucian general insurer

    GraceKennedy has more expansion plans for Jamaica and the Caribbean, which include the takeover of St Lucian company EC Global and its foray into Jamaica’s evolving venture capital market through new subsidiary GK Capital Management Limited, says Group CEO Don Wehby. GraceKennedy Financial Group (GKFG) announced its additional 50 per cent acquisition of a stake […]

  • RJR News Online: GraceKennedy establishes GK Capital

    GraceKennedy has announced the establishment of a new financial services entity called GK Capital Management. GK Capital was established in June, after GraceKennedy received a license from the Financial Services Commission (FSC) to start the investment and advisory firm. “The focus of the company is to make investments on behalf of GraceKennedy,” Stephen Whittingham, Managing […]

  • Sterling Investments For JSE Listing

    Sterling Investments Limited (SIL) has engaged GK Capital Management and PWL Transition Limited (formerly First Global Financial Services Limited) as lead brokers for their upcoming listing on the main market of the Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE). The signing of the mandate letter took place at the offices of GK Capital Management Limited, in Kingston, on […]

  • Jamaica Observer: GK forms new financial, property companies

    GraceKennedy will form two companies, GK Capital Management and GK Properties, arising from the sale of its security dealer, management said. The entities will emerge as the food and financial conglomerate keeps its stock brokerage licence and monetise some $500 million worth of off-balance sheet real estate. “GraceKennedy will retain its Jamaica Stock Exchange brokerage […]