Wendell Mottley is the holder of economic degrees from Yale University, USA, and Cambridge University, UK and has had a distinguished career in Finance.
Mr. Mottley served as Minister of Finance of Trinidad and Tobago from 1991-1995 and was most recently based in New York as a Managing Director and Senior Advisor at Credit Suisse, a leading global investment banking firm, from which he retired in December 2011.
The first Chief Executive Officer for the Point Lisas Industrial Port Development Company, Mr. Mottley penned the historic document "Industrial Policy for Trinidad and Tobago 1959-2008, which focused on governance in an oil-rich state.
Having made his mark as an athlete with a gold medal at the Commonwealth Games, a silver medal in the 400 metres, and a bronze medal in the 4x400 relay team in the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Mr. Mottley went on to sterling achievements in local and international financial markets. At present he serves on boards in the USA and Trinidad and Tobago.
Mr. Mottley brings his record of achievement to the Corporation as it seeks to meet the challenges of the changing regulatory and business environment.