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In today's ever-changing global regulatory environment, it is not business as usual, it is business re-engineered to adhere to global regulation ...
Bahamas Financial Services Board
A complete overhaul of legislation governing The Bahamas' investment funds industry is nearing completion, announced Christina Rolle, executive director of the Securities Commission of the Bahamas (SCB) at the annual briefing for the Bahamian securities and investment funds industries earlier this month.
Higgs & Johnson
In the year 2010, the U.S. government enacted the Hiring Incentives to Restore Employment Act (the "Act").
Higgs & Johnson
In exploring the uses and advantages of the Bahamian Executive Entity (the "BEE"), it is important to have an understanding of what the BEE is.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
Amendments to the International Business Companies Act 2000 have resulted in legislative enhancements that reinforce the IBC as an important part of the comprehensive range of products and services available from Bahamian service providers.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
With the recently passed Purpose Trust Bill, 2004, The Bahamas has added another dimension to the jurisdiction’s trust business.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
The Hon. Allyson Maynard-Gibson, Minister of Financial Services and Investments, presented remarks at the LOMA CARIBBEAN CONFERENCE being held June 27-29 at the Atlantis Resort, Paradise Island – under the theme: Expanding Your Horizons: Staying Ahead of the Competition.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
The Bahamas Institute of Financial Services is hosting its 15th annual week of Seminars, under the theme "Paradigms For an Evolving Global Financial Market".
Bahamas Financial Services Board
A Ministerial Council Meeting of the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development was held in Paris May 13-14.
Bahamas Financial Services Board
In Paris today, the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) announced that the governments of its member countries have approved a revised version of its Principles of Corporate Governance.
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