EDITOR, The Tribune.
I would title this “Being in the real world where you are required to uphold trust’ - the article headlined yesterday “Chamber endorses CEO over ten-year securities barring’ is incredible and exceptionally worrying.
I don’t care who was part of the Board of Montague Capital they had a licence to provide guidance and trust to investors and in this case they failed, The Bahamas Securities Commission handed down their judgment.
To Chair of The Chamber, Mike Maura your comment is totally unacceptable and should call for your resignation. Is The Chamber willing to be called a hypocrite? So we yet again lower our standards if honestly we had any any more?
In recent weeks we have seen how trust and compliance no longer means anything - The Government and Oban - BP&L with the 80 MW generators - BP&L and Shell America - Hospital Authority - Nassau Cruise Port RFP and the list goes on and on and has been going on and on for years.
What was once treasured 60 years ago is long lost and we ashamedly accept any level - ‘trust - honesty’ extinct like the dinosaur. To whom it concerns do the right thing.
September 13, 2018.