As EY Caribbean’s Executive Chairman and Tax Leader, Wade leads an integrated practice of over 700 professionals across the four service lines. He is passionate about growing the firm geographically, advancing new services and promoting opportunities for our people to have differential experiences to learn, enhance and progress their careers.
Wade has been EY Caribbean’s Tax Managing Partner since 2006. He has worked with governments across the region, advising on policy matters. He is a Tax Partner with EY Trinidad and previously worked with the Barbados office. He also led the Caribbean Tax Desk in New York.
Former director of the Trinidad and Tobago Chamber of Commerce.
Wade earned a Master of Law International Business from the University of London, Queen Mary and Westfield College. He obtained a Legal Education Certificate from the Hugh Wooding Law School and holds a BA in Law and Sociology from the University of Kent.
How Wade is building a better working world
Governments in the Caribbean are under pressure to comply with international standards and to reform areas such as the international business sector and manufacturing incentive legislation. Compliance is crucial for the region, as this has a direct impact on employment in the sectors and revenue for the countries involved.
EY’s knowledge and experience in tax policy enables us to propose solutions that meet these international standards, but also allow these sectors of the economy to remain sustainable. These solutions strengthen the region by contributing to sustaining jobs and government revenues. The result of this is increased capacity for public works, therefore contributing to development in key areas such as schools, healthcare, and energy infrastructure.