Capital Group gives $50k to youth education


Tribune Business Reporter


TO celebrate its fifth year in business, IX Capital donated $50,000 for youth education in Financial Services.

Robert Berkeley, chief executive officer of Infinox Capital Group Ltd, the company that owns IX Capital, said the donation was “very important” to help the country and industry.

Acting Prime Minister Chester Cooper, who attended the celebration, said: “Let me say how thankful I am on behalf of the people in The Bahamas to accept the donation of $50,000 towards education.

“We’re not just open for business, we are committed to advancing your industry and we are committed to continuous innovation, as we brought the DARE (Digital Assets and Registered Exchanges) Act,” Mr Cooper added.

“As we continue to innovate, as we’ve attracted the crypto business to our shores, digital asset business generally, we will continue to move forward in this way.”

He continued: “We all have an interest in the happier endings. So, I welcome the discussions and ideas from you about what you see for the future. Our administration needs such input in order to fashion the appropriate environment for mutual prosperity. We are open to hearing of any concerns that you may have. Certainly our doors are open to collaboration.”

Senator Michael Halkitis, Minister for Economic Affairs, added: “This provides an opportunity to pivot and evolve, retrain and really understand the business at a deep level so that they can occupy the highest levels of companies.”


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