financial services

turks and caicos curacao

Turks and Caicos Names New Head of Financial Services Commission

 A new managing director Governor Peter Beckingham has appointed Niguel Streete as the next Managing Director of the Financial Services Commission, in accordance with the recommendation of the commission’s board. Streete brings over 20 years of experience in financial sector …

British Virgin Islands Looks to Strengthen Financial Services Sector

 A new push By the Caribbean Journal staff The British Virgin Islands has launched a new push to strengthen the territory’s financial services sector. The new BVI Forward Campaign “aims to build on the strength of the jurisdiction’s internationally renowned …

“There Is a Future for the Caribbean as a Financial Services Hub”

 Above: the Westin Dawn Beach St Maarten, home of this year’s STEP conference By Joshua MartinezCJ Contributor ST MAARTEN — The annual Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’ (STEP) Annual Caribbean Conference brings together companies, attorneys, and individuals in key …

LATEST NEWS

 Above: the Westin Dawn Beach in St Maarten By Joshua MartinezCJ Contributor ST MAARTEN — One of the Caribbean’s largest financial services conferences officially began in St Maarten this week. The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners’ (STEP) Annual Caribbean …

 Above: Cayman Brac By the Caribbean Journal staff Should the Cayman Islands adopt daylight saving time? The British Overseas Territory’s government says it is considering doing so — meaning adjusting clocks one hour forward during the summer months and back …

 Above: Nassau (CJ Photo) By Alexander Britell Ryan Pinder was appointed as the Bahamas’ Minister of Financial Services following the Progressive Liberal Party’s return to power in May 2012. Pinder, an attorney by trade, heads a Ministry dealing with the …

 Above: downtown Nassau (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The new Bahamian government is making its financial services industry a priority, according to new Financial Services Minister Ryan Pinder. “The Bahamas is open for business,” Pinder said Wednesday during …

 Above: downtown St George’s (CJ Photo) By the Caribbean Journal staff The government of Grenada released a statement today reaffirming its “commitment” to the principles of tax transparency and the fight against money laundering. The country said it was committed …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Following a call to improve the British Virgin Islands’ financial services industry by Premier Dr Orlando Smith last month, the government is making a push to encourage careers in the sector. The government, through the …

 By the Caribbean Journal staff Looking to exploring ways to improve the British Virgin Islands’ financial services sector, Premier Dr Orlando Smith recently held a forum of key stakeholders to examine strategies for advancement. Bolstering the sector is “critically important …