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Guy Gentile indicted by SEC, vows to fight charges
The founder of a Nassau–based online brokerage firm was charged by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) on March 23, 2016 for his alleged involvement in promoting U.S. penny stock manipulation schemes which generated approximately $17.2 mil...
Cyber expert confirms presence of ‘ransomware’ in The Bahamas
A dangerous “ransomware” virus scam that affected several businesses in the Cayman Islands is now impacting local Bahamian businesses, including those in the financial services sector. Writing in Cayman newspapers, James Whittaker revealed that ...
WO-MEN at work
Do you find working with colleagues of the opposite sex challenging? If so, then ‘Work With Me: The 8 Blind Spots Between Men and Women in Business’ may save you from being branded a sexist! In essence, ‘Work With Me’ aims to resolve the mos...
IDB funding, advising on pilot unified bus system project
The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a technical cooperation grant for $500,000 to help The Bahamas Ministry of Transport and Aviation plan and design a pilot project that will demonstrate a “sustainable urban bus system”....
Businessman: BTC Internet service in Exuma ‘horrible’
President of the Exuma Chamber of Commerce Pedro Rolle yesterday lashed out at the Bahamas Telecommunications Company (BTC), describing its Internet service as “horrible”. He said BTC has actually taken away from Exuma’s potential economic gro...
U.S.-Caribbean legislation clears House hurdle
The United States-Caribbean Strategic Engagement Act of 2016 – intended to prioritize the United States-Caribbean relationship – has unanimously passed the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, and while the bill’s bipartisan co-sponsors celebrat...
Central Bank canvasses licensees on Mossack Fonseca connection
The reverberations of the leak of millions of documents from Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca continue to topple national leaders, and while The Bahamas appears to be weathering a storm of heightened scrutiny, the banking sector regulator is requestin...
RBC aware of ‘phishing’ scams, account hacking
A local commercial bank is aware of “ongoing attempts” by cyber criminals to obtain information from the bank’s clients in the form of “phishing”, a common email scam. Speaking with Guardian Business on the condition of anonymity, a custom...
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