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E. Jay Saunders
E. Jay Saunders
Chairman and CEO

E. Jay is the Chairman and CEO of Domus Semo Sancus (DSS), which he founded to building financial tools to “Make Lives Better”.

He is the former CEO of Digicel Turks & Caicos Ltd. (Digicel TCI), a position he held from 2006 until resigning in October 2014 to start DSS. E. Jay’s company, Telemedia Holdings Ltd., is the minority shareholder in Digicel TCI and Digicel Play – part of the Digicel Group of telecommunications and cable TV companies – which he co-founded in 2006. In July 2006, Digicel TCI broke the over 100 year old monopoly of the then incumbent carrier and brought competition for the first time to the Turks & Caicos Islands’ telecommunications marketplace.

E. Jay has written numerous articles and presentations on technology and telecommunications, including:

  1. FinTech Regulations – A Balanced Approach For The Caribbean Region
  2. Business Opportunities that “scream” out for LTE: How operators can utilize LTE to become relevant again
  3. Leveraging the need for Internet connection: How operators are preparing their customers to want all the traffic growth that LTE will bring, and
  4. Is it Possible to Differentiate from the Competition or is Pricing Still the Main Attraction?

He is currently the Chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority of the Turks & Caicos Islands, President of the Turks & Caicos Islands Chamber of Commerce, a Director of the Pine Cay Project – a non-profit organization that has donated over US$900,000 to promote high academic achievement, a Member of the Governor of the Turks & Caicos Islands’ Business Advisory Group, and the Vice-Chairperson of the Strategic Multi-Sectoral Committee of the National AIDS Programme.

 

Clive Stanbrook
Clive Stanbrook
Board Member

Clive Stanbrook focuses his practice on advocacy, particularly in politically sensitive cases. He has extensive experience in EU merger control proceedings, including MCI/BT, MCI WorldCom, KPMG/Ernst&Young and Ernst & Young/Cap Gemini. In cartel cases, he has a distinguished track record before the Commission and the European Court of Justice that started with the paper pulp case and includes cases in the oil and gas, low density polyethylene (LDPE) and vitamins sectors. Clive has organized and coordinated numerous filings in multiple jurisdictions for mergers and has advised clients on competition compliance and strategy.

Also an experienced trade lawyer, Clive pioneered a trade practice in Brussels and has conducted anti-dumping cases and advised on World Trade Organization (WTO) / International trade issues in many parts of the world. He has developed substantial experience in providing EU law advice in a number of industries, including retailing, pulp and paper, textiles, engineering, chemicals, cement and the services sectors.

With particular knowledge of Africa, Clive’s work has included advising on the establishment of a join Member State embassy in Abuja, Nigeria. He led the successful defense team for Dr. Hastings Banda in the Mwanza trial in Malawi in 1995.

 

Laura Gugliermetti
Laura Gugliermetti
Head of User Experience
Rohit Trivedi
Rohit Trivedi
Head of Development