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July 13, 2011
Chipman: Be careful where you get investment advice

A prominent securities advisor is sending a caveat to the hundreds of Bahamians who will be taking voluntary separation packages from the Bahamas Telecommunications Company: Be careful where you get your investment advice.

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David Slatter, a Royal Fidelity Cornerstone
September 05, 2018
David Slatter, a Royal Fidelity Cornerstone

Michael Anderson, the president of Royal Fidelity Merchant Bank and Trust considers the company’s recent milestone anniversary of twenty years to be a, ‘good start’...

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Fernando F. Cugliari Joins The Private Wealth Team At Cibc Firstcaribbean
May 22, 2018
Fernando F. Cugliari Joins The Private Wealth Team At Cibc Firstcaribbean

CIBC FirstCaribbean recently announced the appointment of Mr. Fernando F. Cugliari, to the post of Private Wealth Investment Advisor.

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March 13, 2018
CIBC FirstCaribbean appoints New Private Wealth Investment Advisor

Regional bank CIBC FirstCaribbean recently announced the appointment of Mr. Paul Michael Jenkins to the post of Private Wealth Investment Advisor...

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January 08, 2017
The Bahamas welcomes five new chartered financial analysts

The Bahamas has five new chartered financial analysts (CFA), and the country will need more if it is to remain a leading financial jurisdiction in the future, President and CEO of the CFA Institute Paul Smith said Friday.
Speaking to Guardian Business at the Charter Awards Ceremony at The Island House, Smith said the CFA brand is highly regarded globally, and many top people in The Bahamas' financ...

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February 12, 2014
Online brokerage firm eyes major expansion

Based on a recent boom in the opening of accounts which he attributes to a surge in younger investors entering the stock market, a Nassau-based online brokerage run by a U.S. investor is projecting that he will increase his all-Bahamian staff five-fold in the next "two to three years", and is aiming to invest between $3 million to $5 million in his own premises by 2016.Guy Gentile, CEO and fo...

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May 17, 2013
SCB appoints Miller to head of surveillance

The Securities Commission of The Bahamas (SCB) announces the appointment of Velma Miller as the manager of its Market Surveillance Department, effective Monday, May 13, 2013.
Miller, a Bahamian, holds a bachelor's degree in banking and finance and is a chartered financial analyst (CFA) charterholder. She also successfully completed the Canadian Securities Course (CSC) and holds the International ...

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January 12, 2012
New brokerage aims to be 'largest dealer in six months'

The founder of a new online brokerage firm says he will be the largest trader in the country within six months.
By removing many of the regulations governing traders in Canada, the U.S. and Europe, the idea is to create an attractive offshore trading hub to short sell and trade penny stocks.
Guy Gentile, the CEO of SureTrader.com, is also the creator of SpeedTrader.com, the U.S. online trading bro...

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March 30, 2011
Financial advice suggested on Fidelity's CBL share financing offer

Commonwealth Brewery Limited’s (CBL) much talked about initial public offering (IPO) may get a boost from a plan that offers 100 percent financing at interest rates up to 16 percent.
Fidelity Bank is offering the loan as a part of its existing loan consolidation program. At 100 percent financing for an equity security — usually at the very bottom of the pecking order should a company ...

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December 14, 2017
The Next Move is Yours, Do Your Own Assessment and Buy Smart

Michael Lee-Chin tells Caribbean Infrastructure Conference delegates...Jamaica and the Caribbean are full of opportunities that can assure wealth creation for shareholders but potential investors should do their own...

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