Sir Paul Altman
G.C.M., BCH, J.P., B.B.A., M.I.A., Hon. LL.D (UWI) – Non Executive Director & Independent Director
Paul Bernard Altman has been involved in the real estate profession for over thirty years. He is the Managing Director of Altman Real Estate, the Caribbean’s leading Real Estate Company. He has been at the forefront of developments in the luxury residential market: he was among those instrumental in the establishment of the Royal Westmoreland golf residential community; led the development of the highly successful Sugar Hill Resort; and helped to set the tone for resort communities in Barbados on a whole.
He is at the helm of the development of the Limegrove Lifestyle Centre, Barbados’ first mixed-use centre. Limegrove’s commercial aspect comprises close to 100 retailers and restaurants, a nightclub and cinemas; the residential component is ongoing. Mr. Altman is involved in urban renewal programmes in Speightstown Holetown and Bridgetown. He is a Past President of the Barbados National Trust and led the development of two museums which are both linked to the Trust, the Nidhe Israel Museum in Bridgetown and Arlington Museum in Speightstown. Currently, he serves as Chairman of the Masonic Lodge Restoration and Preservation Trust.
Sir Paul serves as a Director of a number of listed Barbadian and offshore companies. He is Chairman of the Barbados Community Foundation, a private charity, and is also a Justice of the Peace.