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ENJOYMENT REMAINS PASSPORT TO SUCCESS

By Simon Cooper Res Socius Choose to do what you enjoy. This is a strange notion, although I often get round to discussing it with clients. In fact, it might surprise you to know how many square-pegs in round-holes there are out there in Nassau. I'm talk

Gov't 'dragging on everything'

The Tax Coalition’s co-chair yesterday said there ad been no contact with the Government since the Budget’s unveiling more than a month ago, complaining that the Christie administration was “dragging their feet on everything” vital to the private sector.

Broker severs ties with ex-investor over $1m ‘misuse’

A Bahamian broker/dealer yesterday said it had severed all ties with a former shareholder after he allegedly misappropriated $1 million that was intended to be an equity investment in the firm.

DON'T FEAR THE UNKNOWN ON SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

By Deidre M. Bastian So you have just discovered this dyanamic new graphic software, and are eager to install and experiment. But there is one small problem: The fear of making a mistake, as the computer just might blow up or some terrible harm may be do

DON'T FEAR THE UNKNOWN ON SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

By Deidre M. Bastian So you have just discovered this dyanamic new graphic software, and are eager to install and experiment. But there is one small problem: The fear of making a mistake, as the computer just might blow up or some terrible harm may be do

DON'T FEAR THE UNKNOWN ON SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

By Deidre M. Bastian So you have just discovered this dyanamic new graphic software, and are eager to install and experiment. But there is one small problem: The fear of making a mistake, as the computer just might blow up or some terrible harm may be do

Bank warns on provisions rise

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bank of the Bahamas International has warned investors it may have to increase loan loss provisions further during its financial year's second half, its managing director telling Tribune Business it was "grappling

Bank warns on provisions rise

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bank of the Bahamas International has warned investors it may have to increase loan loss provisions further during its financial year's second half, its managing director telling Tribune Business it was "grappling

BROKERS LOSE 'TONNES OF BUSINESS' OVER SCOTIA GROUP POLICY

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian insurance brokers have "lost tonnes of business" to Scotiabank (Bahamas) group homeowners insurance programme, a former Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) president yesterday saying both parties

BROKERS LOSE 'TONNES OF BUSINESS' OVER SCOTIA GROUP POLICY

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian insurance brokers have "lost tonnes of business" to Scotiabank (Bahamas) group homeowners insurance programme, a former Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) president yesterday saying both parties

BROKERS LOSE 'TONNES OF BUSINESS' OVER SCOTIA GROUP POLICY

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor Bahamian insurance brokers have "lost tonnes of business" to Scotiabank (Bahamas) group homeowners insurance programme, a former Bahamas Insurance Brokers Association (BIBA) president yesterday saying both parties

Freeport losing investment since climate 'up in the air'

Freeport's largest investor has confirmed that nine-figure investments have been delayed because the Government has left the city's expiring tax incentives "up in the air".

NO 'OPEN DOORS' FOR $8BN-$10BN INDUSTRY

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor A potential $8-$10 billion industry lies beneath Bahamian waters if its development is handled correctly, a local archaeological salvage expert yesterday warning against an 'Open Doors' policy that would allow for

NO 'OPEN DOORS' FOR $8BN-$10BN INDUSTRY

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor A potential $8-$10 billion industry lies beneath Bahamian waters if its development is handled correctly, a local archaeological salvage expert yesterday warning against an 'Open Doors' policy that would allow for

FRAMING WEBSITES BY BETTER PLANNING

By Deidre M. Bastian This is a topic that pops up periodically, mainly because more web agencies are now incorporating a formal 'wire framing' process. Anyone who has ever built or designed a website will tell you that wire framing happens in some form o

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Bahamasair's $120m finance for new fleet

Two major global financial institutions have been hired to raise $120 million for Bahamasair before year-end, Tribune Business can reveal.

'No doubt over VAT chaos' on January 1

A well-known businessman yesterday said he had “no doubt” the Government will be unable to seamlessly implement Value-Added Tax (VAT) come January 1, suggesting “chaos” would result from failing to promptly educate the private sector.

FUND TARGETS $500M-$1BN IN REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor A Bahamian financial services provider yesterday said it was targeting between $500 million to $1 billion in asset-backed real estate securities investments for its newly-launched mutual fund, and seeking to expan

'Unsustainable' costs drive Old Fort Club's 67% fee rise

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor The exclusive Old Fort Bay club yesterday warned members it had "no alternative" but to implement the first ever increase in annual membership dues, raising them by 67 per cent to $5,000 per year, given that costs

'UNSUSTAINABLE' COSTS DRIVE OLD FORT CLUB'S 67% FEE RISE

By NEIL HARTNELL Tribune Business Editor The exclusive Old Fort Bay club yesterday warned members it had "no alternative" but to implement the first ever increase in annual membership dues, raising them by 67 per cent to $5,000 per year, given that costs