LASCO Financial Services Limited
Now referred to as the LASF Group, LASCO Financial Services Limited aims to continue a seamless transition to merge its networks, systems and processes over the next few months to effectively organize its operations under two main business lines - money services and loans through the LASCO Money brand and LASCO Microfinance Limited.
The acquisition has increased LFSL’s loan portfolio to just under $2 billion; and with no job cuts, the merger has also almost tripled the loans team to just under 90, spread over the now 13 loans offices islandwide.
Managing Director of LFSL, Jacinth Hall-Tracey says the entity continues to uphold staff welfare and customer service as priority areas of focus. “Both our customers and our new team members will benefit from the added suite of product and staff welfare services,” shares Hall-Tracey.
The soon to be rebranded LASCO Microfinance locations are located at Gateway Plaza, 7 West Street, Old Harbour; The Island Shopping Complex, 70A King Street, Linstead; 3 Murray Avenue, Morant Bay; House of Hardware, 9 Main Street, Brown’s Town and 12 Duke Street, Kingston.
Meanwhile, LFSL, which was already in the process of expanding its loans offices will rebrand its previous (loans) locations to bear the LASCO Microfinance signage as well. These are Bargain Village, 35 Main Street, May Pen; Reliance Mall, Mandeville; Supreme Plaza, Santa Cruz; Clock Tower Plaza, Half-Way-Tree and West Parade, Kingston (inside MoneyGram); Bay West Shopping Centre, Montego Bay; 15 Chandos Place, (Papine) Kingston 6 and head office at 38 1/2 Red Hills Road, Kingston 10.
About LASCO Financial Services Limited (LFSL)
LFSL was incorporated in 2004 as a cambio and remittance service provider, licensed by the Bank of Jamaica. LFSL’s full service locations in Bay West Shopping Centre, Montego Bay; 15 Chandos Place, (Papine) Kingston 6 and head office at 38 1/2 Red Hills Road, Kingston 10, conduct retail and corporate currency trades, remittance services, loans, mobile top ups and bill payments. The company prides itself on being the island’s primary MoneyGram remittance service provider with over 130 agents; and for opening the first and only drive through cambio service in Jamaica in 2011. LFSL’s acquisition of Scotia Jamaica Microfinance Company Limited (CrediScotia), in November 2017, has grown the entity’s loan portfolio significantly, positioning its subsidiary LASCO Microfinance Limited as one of the island’s leading loans companies.