Lisa Padmore

Lisa Padmore, FCPA, FCGA
Alternate Director, Barbados

Lisa PadmoreLisa is an assurance partner at EY Caribbean, resident in Barbados. She has enjoyed approximately 25 years of public accounting experience serving as engagement lead partner for large, complex clients in the retail, import distribution, manufacturing and construction sectors in Barbados and within the wider Caribbean. Over the years, Lisa has also successfully led the transition of large groups from competitor firms, allowing them to concentrate on running their business.

Lisa was the 4th female President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados (ICAB). She is currently the Vice President of ICAB, the Vice-Chairman of the Barbados Chapter of CPA Canada, the Chairman of the Membership Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of the Caribbean and from 1 January 2017 became the CPA Canada representative on the Professional Accountancy Office (PAO) Development Committee of the International Federation of Accountants (IFAC).

In the past Lisa has served as Vice-President of Finance and Administration Committee with the Barbados Chamber of Commerce & Industry, the treasurer of Empire Club, a director of the Cricket Franchise Barbados Inc. (a subsidiary of the Barbados Cricket Association), the company that manages the Barbados Pride Cricket team.

Lisa is an active member of the Anglican Community in Barbados and currently serves as member of the choir and a Eucharist minister at the Church of Christ the King. Her interests also include dance and drama. Lisa is married and has 2 daughters, ages 15 and 12 years.


  • Fellow of CPA Canada – Province of British Columbia, Canada
  • Fellowship and practising member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Barbados

A 1988 Barbados Scholar

  • 1991 - Bachelor of Commerce degree in Accounting/Management Information Systems from McGill
    University, Montreal, Canada
  • Successfully completed the examinations and practical requirements of the Certified General Accountants
    of Canada programme in 1995