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BFSB bids farewell to outgoing CEO

Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) said farewell to Aliya Allen, as the third CEO of the public-private sector promotional agency demits office, at a private reception on December 2 at Luciano’s of Chicago in Nassau. Pictured: (from left) Anastacia Johnson (AIBT); Aliya Allen, outgoing CEO of BFSB; Santia Dean (BFSB); Fredricka Bowe (BFSB); and Janelle Sands (BFSB). Missing from the photo are D. Nguyen-Comito (BFSB); and Pethra Williams (STEP). (Photo courtesy BFSB)

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Thursday, December 10, 2015
Thursday, December 10, 2015

Bahamas Financial Services Board (BFSB) said farewell to Aliya Allen, as the third CEO of the public-private sector promotional agency demits office, at a private reception on December 2 at Luciano’s of Chicago in Nassau.


Among the various gifts from directors and members, Allen was presented with a framed print of the cover of the July-December, 2012 issue of The Bahamas Investor by the staff of BFSB and office tenants Association of International Banks and Trust companies and STEP.

The print itself was provided by Etienne Dupuch III of Dupuch Jr Publications – publishers of the magazine.

D Nguyen-Comito, executive consultant at BFSB, said this was considered a fitting gift as that issue of The Bahamas Investor was just months after Allen had assumed the position of CEO and executive director, and an honour that she held dear to her heart.

Dupuch recalls that early interview with Allen, indicating that even though new in the position, the youngest CEO of BFSB presented the professional demeanour and a positive attitude one normally would associate with a veteran of the industry. “I was impressed by this upcoming star of the financial services industry, who frankly said she was able and ready to raise the jurisdiction’s visibility on the international stage.”

BFSB has sustained a collaborative relationship with The Bahamas Investor, which was introduced as an international supplement to Bahamas Handbook in 2006 to serve the needs of investors and wealth management professionals conducting business in the evolving offshore financial marketplace.

It has been a fitting complement to BFSB’s own promotional materials and travels with the organization on all its promotional trips, including forays in Asia, the UK and Europe, North America, Latin America and the Caribbean.

Ocean Cay in northern Bahamas is set to become a cruise destination with a multi-million dollar development spearheaded by the Mediterranean Shipping Company. Watch an interview with president and CEO of MSC Diego Aponte here.

Minister of Tourism Obie Wilchcombe was recently in London to meet with investors including Hong-Kong based Hutchison Group, which invests heavily in Grand Bahama. Read his statement to Parliament upon his return here.

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