Mr. Clarke is a Chartered Accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica (ICAJ) with over nine (9) years’ experience in the accounting field. He currently serves in a senior accounting role at the University of Technology, Jamaica where he has been working since 2011. Mr. Clarke has also worked in accounting roles elsewhere in Jamaica, gaining key experience in areas such as financial analysis, forecasting and modeling, budgeting and research.

Mr. Clarke holds a MSc. (Hons.) Degree in Accounting from the University of the West Indies Mona, and a BBA Degree in Accounting with a minor in Banking and Finance from the University of Technology, Jamaica. He also pursued a certification course in Forensic Accounting at the ICAJ, which broadened his skills set in the field. Mr. Clarke was awarded the most outstanding researcher for his MSc. thesis which focused on “Taxation and its Impact on Consumers Spending Power in Jamaica”. This thesis topic and award from UWI was opportune because they unfolded at a time when the Government of Jamaica was seeking to reform its taxation policy, moving from direct to indirect taxation. Drawing on these skills, Mr. Clarke is committed to assisting organizations to not only grow their revenues and profits but also to optimize their financial structures and achieve financial resilience.

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