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Central Bank launches foreign currency financing survey

As part of ongoing Exchange Control Liberalisation Proposals the Central Bank of The Bahamas is exploring frameworks for Bahamian-owned businesses to attract non-Bahamian dollar denominated direct financing. 

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Thursday, November 17, 2016
Wednesday, February 1, 2017

The Central Bank of The Bahamas is embarking on another phase in development of Exchange Control Liberalisation proposals, with specific objectives for further, targeted relaxation of capital account transactions. The Bank is exploring frameworks for Bahamian-owned businesses to attract non-Bahamian dollar denominated direct financing.


The Central Bank of The Bahamas is aware of concerns expressed by businesses over access to financing would like to obtain a more concrete understanding of the experiences of local firms. Firms that wish to participate are required to submit their responses by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, 21 November 2016.

For further information, please send an email to: surveygov@centralbankbahamas.com

Financial services industry leaders met this week to discuss how to improve business in The Bahamas, boost the country's competitiveness and encourage entrepreneurs.

Corner Bank (Overseas) Ltd executives, Michele Clivio and Vittorio Cornaro paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister and Minister of Finance Perry Christie (second right) November 11, at the Office of the Prime Minister.

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