JOMA is managed by real estate professionals who are dedicated to obtaining the highest use for all development projects consistent with the investment objectives of the company and the needs of the business community.
Colin O'Neal is a graduate of Boston University and the University of the West Indies, and the Norman Manley Law School at the University of the West Indies. A practicing lawyer for almost twenty years, he founded the O'NealWebster law firm in 1989 and practiced real estate and commercial law, representing domestic and international clients in a wide range of transactions. He also served as President of the British Virgin Islands Bar Association and has chaired numerous public commissions and associations, including the Public Service Commission and the Recreation Trust. In 2005, he became Chief Executive Officer of JOMA (Properties) Ltd., a closely held real estate development company.
In addition to his role as CEO of JOMA, Colin O'Neal continues his long standing involvement in public service. He currently serves as Deputy Chairman of the Financial Services Commission of the British Virgin Islands which is the regulatory body governing the financial services sector in the British Virgin Islands, and continues membership on several other associations, including the Main Street Association, dedicated to the improvement and revitalization of the historic district of Road Town, Tortola.
He is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI) and BOMA International and other professional bodies related to law and real estate.