February 13, 2011
By NEIL HARTNELL
Tribune Business Editor
The newly-appointed Insurance Advisory Committee is looking to work with the industry regulator on developing a uniform standard and entry requirements for sales persons/agents, Tribune Business has been told, its chairman expressing hope that their relationship will "be private-public partnership at its best".
Chester Cooper, president of BAF Financial & Insurance, said the committee, which was appointed for a three-year term on January 12, 2011, would also seek to include representatives from the captive/external insurance sector, in a bid to improve the Bahamas' competitive advantage in this area and boost the financial services ind ...
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News date : 02/13/2011 Category : Tribune Stories