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Sandals Emerald Bay to reopen on Thursday
On Thursday a total of 600 employees are expected to return to Sandals Emerald Bay Great Exuma, following a temporary closure for repairs due to damage incurred by Hurricane Matthew. General Manger Jeremy Mutton stressed the importance of the resort...
 
 
PM: Megaresort to draw 315K additional air passengers
Baha Mar is anticipated to draw approximately 315,000 additional air passengers, annually, to The Bahamas, representing a 19 percent increase over the total visitor arrivals in 2015. During his contribution in Parliament yesterday, Prime Minister Pe...
 
 
IDB report highlights low growth, private sector deficiencies
The Bahamas, like most Caribbean countries, has a debt to GDP ratio above 60 percent, putting a downward pressure on economic growth, according to a recent report. The concerns of low growth and private sector deficiencies in the Caribbean are highl...
 
 
BISX furthers engagement with listed issuers
The Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) spent Thursday, December 1 in a closed session conclave with its listed issuers. The purpose of the BISX 2016 Listed Issuer Conclave was to meet with senior representatives of listed issuers to dis...
 
 
CIBC FirstCaribbean Bahamas wins Bank of the Year award
The Bahamas operations of CIBC FirstCaribbean International Bank have captured the prestigious 2016 Bank of the Year Country Award in The Banker Magazine’s 17th Annual Bracken Awards Programme. This is the bank’s fifth time winning the title for ...
 
 
BPL: No immediate plan for renewable energy on NP
It is unlikely that New Providence will see the benefits of renewable energy as a reliable source of power in the near-term as Bahamas Power and Light (BPL) has “no immediate plan for utility scale renewables in New Providence”, according to the ...
 
 
Troubetzkoy: Tourism must pay attention to de-risking threat
The Bahamas, like many of its regional partners, faces a significant threat to its tourism industry from the continued trend of de-risking, an act that results in the loss of correspondent banking relationships (CBRs). President of the Caribbean Hot...
 
 
Turnquest blasts govt on state of GB hotel properties
Peter Turnquest lambasted the government yesterday for the state of depressed properties and stalled investments on Grand Bahama. He also expressed concerns over the fate of employees at the Treasure Bay Casino. Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe re...
 
 
Disney investing in improvements to Castaway Cay
For The Bahamas, the economic contribution from Disney Cruise Line is expected to increase in the new year. President of Disney Cruise Line Karl Holz announced the company’s upcoming commitments to The Bahamas last week during his contribution to ...
 
 
RBC launches new mobile banking app and online banking website
RBC Royal Bank recently launched its mobile banking app for iOS and Android devices across the Caribbean. This new, innovative service provides flexibility and convenience to RBC’s personal and business banking clients. Clients can now conduct tran...
 
 
NHI Secretariat reveals reimbursement models
The NHI Secretariat revealed the three reimbursement models that will support National Health Insurance (NHI) Bahamas: partial capitation, full capitation and fee-for-service (FFS). President of the Medical Association of The Bahamas (MBA) Dr. Sy ...
 
 
URCA: Many complaints filed on high power bills
Many complaints over unusually high electricity bills are still coming into the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA), according to the regulator’s acting CEO Stephen Bereaux, but he contends the majority of complaints have been fru...
 
 
Baha Mar remunerations, insurance claims bolster U.S. dollar reserves
The resurgence of remunerations for former Baha Mar workers and contractors and inflows from insurance claims as a result of Hurricane Matthew have helped The Bahamas’ U.S. dollar reserves to trend upward over 2015 numbers, Central Bank Governor Jo...
 
 
Task force created by govt on AEOI implementation
Minister of Financial Services Hope Strachan asserted the need to pass the necessary legislation for The Bahamas to engage in bilateral negotiations with all countries that it intends to sign agreements with for the automatic exchange of information ...
 
 
Securities Commission rules to facilitate small business funding
New rules under development by the Securities Commission of The Bahamas would allow entrepreneurs to use crowdfunding to raise up to $1,000,000 and make it easier for small businesses to raise up to $3,000,000 per year. Crowdfunding rules as well as...
 
 
Chancellors Chambers celebrates 10th anniversary with service expansion
Chancellors Chambers is celebrating its 10th anniversary in a way that is creating opportunities for existing clients and others in search of legal counsel and services offered by a team of consummate and fully accredited professionals. With a decad...
 
 
RBC launches new mobile banking app and online banking website
RBC Royal Bank recently launched its mobile banking app for iOS and Android devices across the Caribbean. This new, innovative service provides flexibility and convenience to RBC’s personal and business banking clients. Clients can now conduct tran...
 
 
Tax information exchange bill tabled
Minister of State for Finance Michael Halkitis presented to Parliament the Automatic Exchange of Financial Account Information Bill, 2016 yesterday as a step toward implementing the Common Reporting Standard (CRS) and due diligence for financial acco...
 
 
Chamber working with BPL, govt, URCA on high energy costs
CEO of the Bahamas Chamber of Commerce and Employers’ Confederation (BCCEC) Edison Sumner lamented the high cost of energy in The Bahamas, calling it one of the “highest impediments” to doing business in the country. He revealed that the chamb...
 
 
Gibson: Report reveals far less than 22 shipyard workers fired
Director of Labour Robert Farquharson said yesterday that his department has completed its report on claims made by the Grand Bahama Port Authority Workers Union (GBPAWU) that 22 Bahamians had been unjustly fired from the Grand Bahama Shipyard over a...
 
 
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