Saturday, May 25, 2019

The government could stand to better articulate its vision for the financial services industry – which has been continuously subject to blows and threats of sanctions over the past few years, despite concentrated government effort. Asked if she believes the government’s legislative agenda for financial services will be effective in protecting

Two new funds unveiled; facilitate investment in Island Luck

Investar Securities Limited unveiled two investment funds yesterday geared at getting everyday Bahamians to grow their money in a new way, through investing in Bahamian

Bahamian tech firm given green light on NFT offering

PO8, the Bahamian tech company tokenizing archaeological assets through the issuance of non-fungible tokens (NFT), has been given a green light of sorts to engage

‘Small Works’ hopes to drive Bahamian consumers to buy art

“Small Works”, the latest art exhibition at The Current: Baha Mar Gallery and Art Center, is aimed at making art more accessible and affordable for

Five daily habits of highly successful people

Being a success in any industry calls for a strong

How to be fulfilled at work

At a recent training session with a private client, I

How to take control of your time

As we are in full 2019 swing, you may feel

Cruise port project will have significant GDP impact, notes CFAL president

The redevelopment of Nassau’s cruise port could lead to a significant increase in The Bahamas’ gross domestic product (GDP) by 2023, Colina Financial Advisors Ltd.

SBDC: 13 entrepreneurs funded, 752 clients advised so far

The Small Business Development Centre (SBDC)/Access Accelerator has put $786,000 into the hands of 13 entrepreneurs and has advised 752 clients across The Bahamas. According to

Maynard-Gibson: People-centered reforms needed for justice system

Further reform of and investment in the judicial system is paramount in closing the justice gap in The Bahamas, according to a former lawmaker who

Consumers being cautioned following recall on beef products

Consumers are being cautioned about the possibility of metal being found in beef frank links after the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and

Govt’s $8 mil. a ‘good start’ for Ragged Island repairs

It will take more than the $8 million Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis announced the government would invest in Ragged Island to restore the storm-ravaged

Submissions process for designates to Fiscal Responsibility Council almost complete

The government has almost completed receiving submissions for designates to the Fiscal Responsibility Council, from the entities which the Fiscal Responsibility Act (FRA) mandates the

Seven communication tips for medical staff

Visiting the doctor is not the same as shopping at

Professions that require highly developed communication skills

N o matter what your profession, everyone needs to continually improve

Dear employer: Probation is for you too

Have you ever been on an interview and examined an

How work is failing families

Work is one of the pillars of society upon which

Who’s really holding you back?

I’ve coached and mentored a number of professionals – young

Lessons from the floods

As a child, I played “under the floor”. It was

Selecting a contractor

A few days ago, I overheard a statement I had

Long Island woes pt. 2

Long Island is blessed with many fine sons and daughters

Long Island woes!

Our first famous visitor, Christopher Columbus, landed on the shores

Why can’t we feed ourselves?

Like most Bahamians, chicken is one of my most favorite

Money and relationships

Undoubtedly a touchy subject for many relationships, finances and financial

What is an asue?

This word is synonymous with Bahamian culture. But an interesting

The importance of having multiple sources of income

Quite frankly, relying on one source of income is not