Founder of the Bahamas Association of Compliance Officers (BACO) Cheryl Bazard said a “knee jerk” approach should not be taken to address issues and risks surrounding the gaming industry in regards to the potential impact that it may have on The Bahamas’ financial sector.
Minister of Public Works Desmond Bannister is determined to modernize the Ministry of Public Works’ permitting process, recognizing the problems it is causing the construction sector. However, the government currently has no budget to implement the new, high-tech system.
While Bannister could not immediately say
International Monetary Fund headquarters in Washington, D.C.
The Inter-American Bank (IDB) reported that government expenditures averaged 23 percent of GDP over the last five years, with 90 percent of that amount being recurrent expenditures.
In its recently released Bulletin for the month of September, the report said that recurrent expenditures accounted for
The Coalition of Concerned Citizens (CCC) in Grand Bahama is planning to protest Emera’s plan to acquire all of the remaining shares of ICD Utilities (ICDU) Limited, saying the Grand Bahama Power Company, which is controlled by ICDU, should be in the hands of Bahamians.
We have been hearing about brain drain in the Bahamian professional community for decades, with increased intensity perhaps in the last ten years. More recently, there has been an upsurge in the conversation of individuals and families seeking work and a better life in
Kim Bodie BIFS executive director awards Crestwell Gardiner vice president Fidelity Bank Bahamas limited with floating trophy.
More than 150 financial professionals received accolades for their accomplishments at the 41st Bahamas Institute of Financial Services (BIFS) Annual Awards Ceremony at The Balmoral Club on Saturday September 30, 2017.
Overall, 162 awardees were awarded for completion of programmes including: formally-structured programmes and professional certification
Bahamas Realty announced today that W. Larry Roberts, a two-term president of the Bahamas Real Estate Association and visionary leader who pioneered many of the firsts in the real estate industry, has stepped down as Vice President and CEO after a career that spanned nearly
The St. Augustine’s College (SAC) Big Red Machine got two runs in the top of the seventh last inning to pad their lead, and then held off a Crusaders rally in the bottom half of that frame yesterday evening, to remain undefeated in senior boys
Bahamian Devaughn Robinson won the Houston City Amateur Tournament earlier this month, shooting 65 and 71 on the 36-hole final day and then winning a playoff over Justin Kaplan. Photo courtesy of AMATEURGOLF.COM
HOUSTON, Texas — Bahamian Devaughn Robinson won the Houston City Amateur Tournament earlier this month, shooting 65 and 71 on the 36-hole final day and then winning a playoff over Justin Kaplan.
Robinson, who plays out of Cypresswood Golf Club, sat in third place as the
Assistant Golf Professional at Baha Mar Georgette Rolle, left, is shown on the greens at the Royal Blue Golf Club at Baha Mar. Rolle was the chief organizer of the Little Big Golf Challenge that was held at the Royal Blue Golf Club at Baha Mar.Photo courtesy of the FOURTEEN CLUBS GOLF ACADEMY
The team of Oren Butler and 14-year-old Miranda Tucker emerged as the winner of the Little Big Golf Challenge that was held at the Royal Blue Golf Club at Baha Mar. The tournament, that was organized by Assistant Golf Professional at Baha Mar Georgette Rolle,