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Ward: VAT may have impacted number of insurance policies
In the wake of Hurricane Matthew, the demand for insurance coverage could increase, but the affordability factor still plays a major role in deciding whether or not people purchase insurance. President and CEO of Bahamas First Patrick Ward said “a...
 
 
The Bahamas to host international civil aviation conference
An upcoming international conference being hosted by The Bahamas is expected to have a “direct and positive impact” on the economy. The Bahamas will host the International Civil Aviation Negotiation Conference (ICAN) in New Providence from Decemb...
 
 
Christie: Accountants on the front line of business entities
Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Perry Christie said that accountants are on the "front line" of The Bahamas’ business and commercial entities, as they are an integral part of the inner workings of the country's firms and government enterpris...
 
 
Komolafe: Thousands of claims post Matthew; most settled
The Bahamas Insurance Association (BIA) has commenced the collation of industry data in order to conduct a detailed economic assessment of the impact of Hurricane Matthew. The process will continue in the weeks ahead. A month after Hurricane Matthew...
 
 
Finlayson: Govt did next best thing to procure pharmaceuticals directly
The government did the “next best thing” to directly procure certain pharmaceuticals, according to President of the Bahamas Pharmaceutical Association (BPA) Michelle Finlayson. While acknowledging that going directly to manufacturers for bids fo...
 
 
Debt financing not the way to go on disaster relief, report says
A recent report warned that disaster relief shortfalls financed through debt may endanger the debt positions of some small island developing states (SIDS). The Bahamas and fellow small island developing states (SIDS) continue to be faced with financ...
 
 
Strachan: Trump admin. likely to impact local financial services industry
Minister of Financial Services Hope Strachan said the recent election in the United States is likely to affect The Bahamas’ financial services industry in some way, “whether negatively or positively”. The fate of the Foreign Account Tax Compli...
 
 
NewCo unveiling branding and commercial services today
Today NewCo Limited 2015 will unveil its branding and commercial services. Speaking with Guardian Business yesterday, CEO of NewCo Damian Blackburn said that more details of products and prices would be revealed at the launch ceremony this afternoon...
 
 
Wilchcombe: Trump’s victory not expected to impact tourism
Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe said there would be no shift in target markets or any impact on The Bahamas’ tourism sector following President-elect Donald Trump’s win in the U.S. general election. “I think he understands the tourism indu...
 
 
Carey: Lack of data to support fisheries sector expansion
Executive Director of the Bahamas National Trust (BNT) Eric Carey warned that expansion in the Bahamian fisheries sector should not occur given the lack of information and studies available on vital fishing statistics that are necessary for large-sca...
 
 
CPC conducting survey on consumer satisfaction in banking sector
The Consumer Protection Commission (CPC) is conducting a survey to measure overall consumer satisfaction with the commercial banking experience, and consumer perceptions of the fees charged for banking services in The Bahamas. So far, nearly 300 per...
 
 
BFSB announces 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award recipient
The Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) is very pleased to announce that the 2016 Lifetime Achievement Award in Financial Services will be conferred upon Mr. Yves Lourdin at BFSB’s Financial Services Industry – Excellence Awards on November 1...
 
 
BICA partners with AICPA for 2016 Accountants’ Week
The Bahamas Institute of Chartered Accountants (BICA) will hold its annual Accountants’ Week from November 12 through November 20, 2016 under the theme “Capitalizing on our past and building opportunities for the future” with events in New Prov...
 
 
Chamber to monitor Trump’s policies
CEO of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) Edison Sumner said the chamber will be monitoring the policies of the United States’ President-elect Donald Trump regarding investments, immigration, financial/corporate ...
 
 
Despite concerns, no ‘seismic’ changes from U.S. election result, says Smith
In the aftermath of President-elect Donald Trump’s victory in the U.S. general election, there should be no “seismic” eruptions to the Bahamian economy, at least in the near term, according to former governor of The Central Bank of The Bahamas ...
 
 
BISX: Impact of Trump’s win on Bahamas still vague
As investors nervously watch U.S. and global financial markets following President-elect Donald Trump’s win in the U.S. general election, the implications are vague where it concerns the short-term fate of the Bahamian financial market. On Tuesday...
 
 
McCartney: Addressing slippage in ease of doing business should be a priority
President of the Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) Tanya McCartney has asserted the need to facilitate an environment that is conducive to the ease of doing business. She believes that if this is not done, The Bahamas will become less attractiv...
 
 
Young men take road to success with EZ Haul truck rental business
Move over U-Haul. There’s a new business on the block and it’s already making tracks. Called EZ Haul, the truck rental and leasing business is the brainchild of a small group of young men with big ideas. Each with a business degree and an interes...
 
 
Grand Bahama welcomes first cruise ship since Matthew
FREEPORT, Grand Bahama – Grand Bahama welcomed the first cruise ship, Carnival Valor – with some 3,281 passengers at Freeport Harbour on Monday, November 7 – since the passage of Hurricane Matthew on October 7. Hurricane Matthew passed over Gr...
 
 
Turnquest wants balanced economic boon from $200M cruise project
Although Shadow Minister of Finance Peter Turnquest lauded the possibility of a $200 million cruise ship project in East Grand Bahama, he warned that it should have a balanced economic benefit for both the residents of East Grand Bahama and Freeport....
 
 
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