The Chief Executive Officer of the Private Sector Organisation of Jamaica (PSOJ) Dennis Chung will be leaving the post on January 31 to become the Chief Financial Officer at the Supreme Ventures Group.

The move was confirmed in statements from the PSOJ and Supreme Ventures. He’ll take up the post at Supreme Ventures on February 1.

Mr. Chung has been in PSOJ CEO since May 2013. He would’ve served just three months shy of five years. He’ll replace former Interim President & CEO of Supreme Ventures, James “Danny” Morrison, who retired in October.

On leaving the PSOJ, Mr. Chung says it’s a critical part of Jamaica’s economic landscape, and continues to be a voice for our private sector members in creating a better business. He adds that the new PSOJ President, Howard Mitchell will provide the necessary guidance needed to strengthen the PSOJ.

Supreme Ventures Group Chairman, David McConnell says Mr. Chung has achieved success at the highest level of corporate entities. He says Mr. Chung will be valuable to Supreme Ventures.

Mr Chung sits on the boards of GK Capital, and serves as the Chairman of the National Solid Water Management Authority, the National Integrity Action and the Pension Fund Association of Jamaica.

He’s also a past president of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Jamaica.