Barely a month after the death of her second husband and the attendants controversies that followed, Helen Prest has a new least of life, and she is excited,about her appointment as ED Bank Nevis International
“I am delighted to accept my appointment as a non Executive Director of Bank Nevis International Trust Services Ltd. BONITS.
“I have long been an advocate for financial inclusion as I believe that lack of access to global financial opportunities is a major challenge for development and growth.
BONITS with offices in the Eastern Caribbean off the coast of Mexico and Venezuela, Dubai, West Africa and East Africa and affiliation to Bank of Nevis International Inc, specialises in Global Migration Investment. The company’s mission is to enable individuals to invest impactfully and provide asset protection while enhancing their global mobility through a second passport issued by the St Kitts & Nevis Citizenship and to be the preferred provider of trust and company formation services.
“I look forward to bringing my experience to bear to help the company fulfill its mission of enabling more people have access to global investments with greater global mobility.”
Helen Prest-Ajayi, formerly Prest-Davies, (née Prest, born 17 September 1959) is a Nigerian lawyer, writer and former beauty queen. Helen was raised in England. She attended the International School Ibadan for her advanced levels and Obafemi Awolowo University for her undergraduate studies in Law prior to her pageantry.
After she was crowned Miss Nigeria at the age of 19 in 1979, she represented Nigeria at the Miss World pageant and furthered her education at King’s College London, earning an LLM.
She was also active as a columnist in the 1990s. She is currently the CEO of Media Business Company.
She is the granddaughter of Nigerian politician Arthur Prest and daughter of politician Chief Michael Godwin Prest. She has three daughters. She married her first husband businessman Jimmy Davies in 1988.