Newport Beach, CA – September 9, 2022 — On behalf of the Global Bank Group and myself, I extend my sincere condolences to His Majesty the King, the Royal Family, the people of the United Kingdom and the people of the Commonwealth, and all the people that Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II inspired throughout her lifetime of service on her death.
I wish you all the strength you need to endure and resilience in the face of your tears and irreparable loss.
Global Bank Group joins people worldwide in mourning the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, and we will forever be inspired by the memory of her service to her people, leadership, and devotion.
On behalf of the Global Bank Group and myself, I pay tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the day of her passing, her memory and in honour of her life of service. In 1947, on her 21st birthday, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II pledged to the Commonwealth to devote her life, whether it be short or long, to the service of her people. It was a profound personal commitment which defined her whole life during her 70 years on the throne, with balance, wisdom, and respect for institutions and democracy.
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II supported causes that uplifted people and expanded opportunities for all in her kingdom, and she performed her royal duties with grace, great wisdom, and devotion.
As for the Global Bank Group, we will do our part to carry on the legacy of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by feeding the hungry, caring for the sick, and mending places that have been broken
As for myself, I, Ron Nechemia, the President of the Global Bank Group, have been brought up to cherish the sense of duty to others and to hold in the greatest respect the precious traditions of democracy and freedoms with responsibilities.
To carry on the legacy of Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II, I commit to doing my part by leading the institution of the Global Bank Group with dignity and with a fearless embrace of progress.
Mr Ron Nechemia will sign the condolence book for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Tuesday at the British Consulate with his written condolence message.