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The Bahamas Investor – January 2010 Press release

The Bahamas Investor January 2010 highlights the benefits of island living. 

Friday, January 1, 2010
Friday, January 1, 2010

The Bahamas Investor – January 2010 Press release

(Nassau, January 1, 2010) – Bright spots might be emerging on the horizon, but these are still pensive times in the global economic arena. During such periods, keeping a competitive edge is vital and the new issue of The Bahamas Investor magazine, published this month, takes a look at some of the qualities that help maintain The Bahamas’ position as a premier destination for professionals and high-net-worth individuals to live, work and invest.

Since its debut in January 2006, The Bahamas Investor has become the pre-eminent news and information resource for The Bahamas. Published biannually, the magazine contains in-depth features, interviews and analysis related to the jurisdiction’s vibrant financial services and business sectors.

The lead story in the new issue follows the journeys of two financial services professionals who have taken the decision to move both their businesses and their personal lives to the sun-kissed beaches of The Bahamas. Fleeing from the chilly Swiss winters and hectic urban life of Sao Paulo, respectively, they and their families have built new lives here, enjoying not only the fantastic climate and pristine beaches, but also the low taxes and excellent business environment.

The cover story follows the career of another high-flying professional who has chosen the island lifestyle. Attracted not only by the business opportunities but also the quality of life for her family, Templeton Global Advisors president Cindy Sweeting moved to The Bahamas in 1980 and now handles around $45 billion worth of the company’s assets out of its Nassau office. The subject of this issue’s Executive Focus, Sweeting is proof that, in The Bahamas, a demanding career can be balanced with a fulfilling family life.

Those seeking to join Sweeting in paradise need look no further than the Lyford Cay residential community for exclusive, luxury island living. The high-end residency is the focus of this issue’s Lifestyle section and has everything from a well-serviced marina to a vibrant social life.

To read these and all of this issue’s features online visit The Bahamas Investor’s website at www.thebahamasinvestor.com. There is also an archive of past features to explore and users with an RSS reader can arrange to have the latest articles from the magazine sent to them automatically by clicking on the RSS icon on the website.

The Bahamas Investor is produced by Etienne Dupuch Jr Publications Ltd–the leading publisher of business and tourism information in The Bahamas. Other publications produced by the Bahamian company include the Bahamas Handbook, Welcome Bahamas, What-to-do, Bahamas Trailblazer Maps and the Dining & Entertainment Guide.

More online content is available at www.caribbean.com, www.bahamasnet.com and www.bahamashandbook.com.

For more information, promotional copies or to submit press releases to the publisher, please contact the Editorial Dept at , fax (242) 323-5728 or e-mail info@dupuch.com.

Bahamas Investor July 2009 shines spotlight on new opportunities.

This issue looks at some of the players behind key foreign direct investment projects in the island nation. On the cover, one of the region's youngest chief executive officers and heir to the Sandals resorts empire, Adam Stewart, talks about the hotel chain's latest acquisition on Great Exuma. The 30-year-old Jamaican has overseen the multi-million dollar "Sandalization" of the former Four Seasons resort to create a luxury, couples only, all-inclusive island getaway, replete with butler service, infinity pool and acres of pristine beachfront.

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