March 13, 2019
John Delaney, QC.
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The Bahamas must ensure it never again plays “catch up” after achieving perfect compliance with global anti-financial crime standards, a former attorney general is warning.
The Bahamas was yesterday urged to tell the European Union (EU) that “enough is enough” after this nation’s ‘blacklisting’ for allegedly being uncooperative on international tax matters was ratified.
The Bahamas “cannot be complacent” despite yesterday being granted more time to determine its approach to the G-7/OECD-led push for a minimum 15 percent global corporate income tax rate.
A former attorney general has called for The Bahamas to increase the real estate investment threshold for economic permanent residency to $1m, and asserted: “It should never have been lower than that.
An ex-attorney general yesterday reassured that The Bahamas has “no cause to panic” over the 15 percent global minimum corporate tax rate agreed by world’s powerful nations at the weekend.
A former attorney general yesterday urged all political parties to stop creating confusion around tax reform by simply “throwing things at the Bahamian people” in the general election run-up.
An ex-attorney general yesterday urged The Bahamas to "urgently remediate" what diplomats confirmed as this nation's blacklisting by an "intransigent" European Union (EU).
Key government agencies that form The Bahamas’ commercial hub were yesterday urged by an ex-attorney general to rapidly “step up their game” in adapting to COVID-19’s digital business demands.John Delaney, now principal at the Delaney Partners law fi
The Bahamian economy “must come out of COVID-19 with a greater degree of efficiency than we went into this” through the full-fledged embrace of technology, a former attorney general urged yesterday. John Delaney QC, now-principal at the Delaney Part
A former attorney general yesterday said The Bahamas “must absolutely embrace” its new regulatory regime to attract fresh investment, jobs and companies to this jurisdiction. John Delaney, pictured , now principal of the Delaney Partners law firm, t
The Bahamas must “not cry over spilt milk” due to Julius Baer’s imminent exit, a former attorney general warned yesterday, and should instead focus on remaining “relevant” as a financial centre. John Delaney, principal of the Delaney Partners law fi
An ex-attorney general yesterday warned that France’s “blacklisting” of The Bahamas may entice other countries to follow suit, and urged this nation to seek US help in defending its interests.John Delaney, principal of the Delaney Partners law firm,
The Bahamas has no choice but to embrace fintech and crypto assets if it wants “to remain relevant” in the global economy, a former attorney general warned yesterday.
The Bahamas’ escape from the European Union’s (EU) tax “blacklist” has created “breathing space for action” to reposition the financial industry, an ex-attorney general argued yesterday.