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April 05, 2011
'Reach regulatory jungle finish line'

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamas must "sort out the regulatory jungle" that its financial services industry has laboured with for many years, a senior attorney warned yesterday, explaining this was a key factor in the nation's failure "to make any significant inroads in the capital markets business".

Brian Moree QC, senior partner at McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes, told Tribune...

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May 02, 2016
'Real' GDP shrinks 1.66 percent in 2015

Despite the seemingly good news of nearly three percent growth year over year using current prices, the Department of Statistics (DOS) recorded negative growth in the gross domestic product (GDP) of The Bahamas for the second consecutive year in 2015.

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September 30, 2010
'Reputation risk' fear on financial fraudster justice

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

A leading attorney yesterday expressed concern that the Bahamas was running "a real reputational risk" because very few fraudsters and wrongdoers responsible for financial collapses in this nation had been brought to justice, while the regulators rarely failed to detect such problems in their infancy.

Brian Moree QC, senior partner at McKinney, Bancroft ...

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November 14, 2013
'SMART' listing on BISX

The Bahamas International Securities Exchange (BISX) announced the listing of a new "SMART" fund yesterday.
The Internazionale Investment Fund Limited successfully submitted an application to be listed on BISX using the exchange's mutual fund listing facility.
The fund was approved for listing by the BISX Listing Committee and will now have its information disseminated via the BISX Website.
The fu...

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February 24, 2014
'Standards bureau is critical to nation's development'

MINISTER of Financial Services Ryan Pinder told participants in the recent Bahamas Bureau of Standards' First National Standardisation Forum and Formation of Technical Committees Workshop that the benefits of the standards bureau are critical to the Bahamas' national development.

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July 13, 2011
'Substantia lFATCA costs'could hurt Bahamas

A former Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) chairman yesterday said that while the re-emergence of Senator Carl Levin's Stop Tax Haven Abuse Bill was likely to have minimal impact on this nation, "substantial costs" involved in complying with other US legislation could pose a threat to the sector.

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February 21, 2014
'The Dollar That Could Project' donates 16,000 to charities

Bahamas Striping's legacy of giving includes education, public safety and donating necessities to its community.
In November 2013, Bahamas Striping launched its first annual 'The Dollar That Could Project' which sought to raise $60,000 through a dollar drive campaign for one month in aid of The Bahamas Red Cross, Special Olympics Bahamas, BAARK, and The Bahamas Humane Society.
Managing Director Al...

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May 19, 2014
'Timing and market right' for China financial services push

The country's most significant push to date into the Chinese market will be spearheaded later this year by representatives from the country's financial services sector, a move which seeks to capitalize on a view that the "timing and the market are right" for The Bahamas to tap into Chinese demand for asset diversification.
Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder suggested that the decision by t...

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'Top' banking institution pursues Bahamas presence
July 29, 2013
'Top' banking institution pursues Bahamas presence

Financial Services Minister Ryan Pinder said he is confident that The Bahamas will see an increase in Latin America-based business within the next year after a recent meeting with a top banking institution.

While he would not confirm the name of the banking institution, Pinder told Guardian Business that Friday morning's meeting with executives represents a "huge opportunity" for the country's ...

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April 05, 2011
'Victim of own success'

By NEIL HARTNELL

Tribune Business Editor

The Bahamas has become "a victim of its own success" in financial services, a senior attorney warned yesterday, having become "somewhat complacent" - a factor that caused successive governments to invest less than they should have done in the industry's continuing development.

Brian Moree QC, senior partner at McKinney, Bancroft & Hughes, in an exclusive...

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