Our People

Our mission is to be the leading independent developer/owner/manager of high-quality commercial real estate for the British Virgin Islands’ leading organizations and individuals.

Core Values

JOMA‘s core values can be summed up in the acronym RISE and embody the business legacy of the founders of our company. We should build our company on these values



Treat everyone with dignity, value their contributions, and help each other succeed.



Uphold the highest standards in our business practices



Dedicate ourselves to making a meaningful impact with our clients and in our communities.



Aspire to be the best in everything we do and drive for continuous improvement.

A highly dedicated operations team of executives, leasing officers, and accounting staff proactively manage the tenant experience. All of our operation are supported by industry-standard software platforms giving us access to all of our tools anywhere we operate.
Our project professionals are involved in coordinating design and construction management. Utilizing the latest building information management (BIM) and cost estimating tools to conduct financisl modeling to determine whether a project is a “go” or “no go”.
Our facilities are maintained to highstandards vy an engineer led facilities management department committed to maintaining and enhancing asset value and responsiveness to tenant issues using management software shared with our key tenants, ensuring quick response time and unparalleled quality control.


This has several meanings, but as a company’s performance is primarily measured by its financial results, JOMA must seek profitability at a level equal to or exceeding industry standards while providing a return on investment that equals or exceeds industry standards. Added to this, is JOMA’s commitment to our core values. These are “qualifiers” of JOMA performance.

Meet the Executives

Colin O’Neal

Chief Executive Officer

Barbara O’Neal

General Counsel

Fayola Wilson-Creque

Chief Operations Officer

Chief Executive Officer

Colin O'Neal is the Chief Executive Officer of JOMA (Properties) Ltd. He 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'Neal Webster law firm in 1989 and practiced real estate and commercial law, representing domestic and international clients in a wide range of transactions.

In addition to his role as CEO of JOMA, he has had a long-standing involvement in public service. He has served 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 Chairman of the Public Service Commission. He also served as President of the British Virgin Islands Bar Association and has chaired numerous public commissions and private associations.

Colin O'Neal is a member of the Urban Land Institute (ULI), BOMA International, the Congress on New Urbanism and other professional bodies related to law and real estate.


General Counsel

Barbara O’Neal General Counsel of JOMA (Properties) Ltd., is a graduate of the University of Western Ontario and the University of the West Indies, and the Hugh Wooding Law School at the University of the West Indies. She is a director of JOMA (Properties) Ltd.

Barbara practiced law for over fifteen years at O'Neal Webster. She is one of the most experienced and highly regarded property lawyers in the British Virgin Islands and has worked as lead counsel for major real estate clients in the tourism industry. She also has considerable experience in planning law, having served as Chairperson of the Land Development Control Authority for many years and on the Planning Appeal Tribunal. In addition to her law practice, Barbara has served in leadership positions on multiple public sector boards and non-profit organizations.

As General Counsel, Barbara O’Neal is responsible for the company’s legal management, including leasing, contracting, corporate compliance and regulatory matters.


Chief Operations Officer

Fayola Wilson-Creque is the Chief Operating Officer of JOMA (Properties) Ltd. She joined JOMA in 2003.  She attended the University of the West Indies where she graduated with a BSc in Economics (Honors) in 1996.  After graduation she was employed as a strategic analyst and subsequently became a part of the management team at one of the premier property development/management firms in Trinidad & Tobago, working there for five years and was involved in the development and management of high-end multi-storey condominiums, villas, single family homes, multistory office buildings, and a shopping mall.

She is experienced in dealing with various aspects of new property development initiatives in particular development pro forma modeling and project budgeting. Fayola is also an experienced Property Manager and is knowledgeable in property budgeting, administration, leasing and maintenance for a range of commercial and residential property types.