Turnpage

Please visit our sponsors

RSS Feed
 

Current News & Press

 

Advertisement

The Bahamas Investor

News & Press Archives

 
The Bahamas Investor on facebookFollow The Bahamas Investor on TwitterSubscribe to RSS feeds from The Bahamas Investor
HOME > 
News & Press > 
BFSB Bahamas Landfall events in Brazil start today

Bahamas Financial Services Board's promotional Bahamas Landfall events are scheduled in Rio de Janeiro for today and in Sao Paolo September 20, with private meetings taking place around these dates. Minister of Financial Services Ryan Pinder will be participating in the presentations. 

Source:
Date:
Updated:
Bahamas Financial Services Board
Monday, September 17, 2012
Monday, September 17, 2012

The Honourable Ryan Pinder, Minister of Financial Services, will be participating in Bahamas Landfall events and meetings in Brazil planned by the Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) the week of September 17.

Brazil has been at the forefront of BFSB’s business development agenda for a number of years, with biannual visits to the country to meet financial intermediaries and businesses from this leading South American economy now a regular component of its marketing programme.


“It is critical that we build on the momentum that has been generated for The Bahamas in Brazil,” said Minister Pinder. “As a country we have taken and will continue to take measured and strategic steps to create an attractive and competitive environment for financial services and other types of business. We want to ensure that our open-for- business message as it pertains to the Brazilian market is clearly understood and embraced.”

BFSB’s CEO and Executive Director Aliya Allen (pictured) said the Board’s highly successful Bahamas Landfall events provide a strong focal point for member firms to provide a common message about the advantages of doing business in The Bahamas while at same time creating networking opportunities.

“Relationships are at the very core of the financial services industry, particularly in a country like Brazil” said Ms Allen. BFSB Chairman Paul Winder (ATC Trustees (Bahamas) Ltd.) supported this view, adding “BFSB’s Landfall events and other similar initiatives that we undertake are designed to facilitate this type of interaction while conveying our assets as a country for financial services related and other type of business. The growing interest for The Bahamas in Brazil is the result of a combination of BFSB-led initiatives like Landfall events and the additional, independent efforts of member firms.”

Bahamas Landfall events are scheduled in Rio de Janeiro on September 17th and in Sao Paolo on September 20th, with private meetings taking place around these dates.

Joining Minister Pinder, Chairman Winder and CEO Allen in Brazil are Viana Gardiner, Ministry of Financial Services; Chet Neymour, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; Brian Jones and Fabien Jenny, UBS (Bahamas) Ltd.; Ivan Hooper, The Winterbotham Trust Company Ltd.; James Malcolm, Schooner Bay; Linda D’Aguilar, Graham, Thompson & Co; Shawn Antonio Forbes, Pictet Bank & Trust Ltd.; Tiffany Norris-Pilcher, Ernst & Young; Wendy Warren, Caystone Solutions; and William Whitaker, Dartley Bank & Trust Ltd.

Bahamas Landfall sponsors include ATC Trustees (Bahamas) Ltd.; Butterfield Bank (Bahamas) Ltd.; Ernst & Young; Graham, Thompson & Co.; Grand Bahama Port Authority; Schooner Bay; Scotiatrust; and The Winterbotham Trust Company Ltd.

This is an excerpt from Bahamas Financial Services Board as it appeared on September 17, 2012. For updates or to read the current version of this post in its entirety, please click here.

Continue reading this post >

PPX International group chairman Gregg McNair has taken a substantial equity position in Internet.bs Corp. (IBS) and has also been appointed chairman of the Bahamas-based registrar.

The Central Bank of The Bahamas has announced that the government of The Bahamas is inviting applications for Bahamas registered stock totalling $100 million. The stock will be available in a range of maturity dates; the earliest being repayable in 2016 and the latest in 2032.

The Bahamas Investor
Administrative Links
  


  © 2017 ETIENNE DUPUCH JR PUBLICATIONS LTD