December 20, 2015
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A withering US report will “not significantly impact” The Bahamas’ efforts to escape a list of nations with deficiencies in their anti-financial crime defences, a risk management specialist said yesterday.Emmanuel Komolafe, pictured, acknowledged tha
The Bahamas “must not take the victim approach” over its French blacklisting, a risk management specialist is warning, but instead set a ten-year “vision” for how financial services and tax will evolve. Emmanuel Komolafe told Tribune Business this n
The Bahamas “must not squander the opportunity” offered by Hurricane Dorian to develop a better “framework” for managing disasters and other major risks, a specialist urged yesterday.Emmanuel Komolafe, a locally-based risk management professional, sa
The Bahamas must be “a pioneer rather than follower of trends” if it is to reverse the financial services industry’s constant “attrition”, a risk and compliance specialist warned yesterday.
The Bahamas must take a “holistic” approach that “marries” the Fintech and digital asset space with its existing financial services industry, a local risk specialist is urging.
The Bahamas cannot afford to “prematurely celebrate” its upgraded compliance with global anti-financial crime standards when it remains on two “watch lists” and under “enhanced” scrutiny.
The Bahamas Insurance Association’s (BIA) chairman has warned that the public healthcare system remains the revamped National Health Insurance (NHI) scheme’s “Achilles heel”. Emmanuel Komolafe, pictured, in an interview with Tribune Business, reiterat
The National Health Insurance (NHI) project manager yesterday asserted that the primary care phase’s roll-out by early 2017 remains “reasonable”, while dismissing the “false division” between public and private health care providers in the Bahamas.
The Bahamas Insurance Association's (BIA) chairman yesterday warned it was currently impossible to predict how the UK's European Union (EU) exit will impact the Bahamas, adding: "The only certainty is uncertainty".
The Bahamas Insurance Association's (BIA) chairman yesterday said the industry remains "vehemently opposed" to the Government's 'public insurer', and slammed its National Health Insurance (NHI) consultation process as "a facade".