Mr. Two Passports Frankie Campbell Social Services Minister

Another one of the precious moments from the Budget Debate.  Frederick Macalpine did quite a good job in the debate and did quite a hatchet job on his colleagues in the FNM. So the  strategy of the FNM with Mr. Macalpine is to interrupt him at every turn with heckling and frivolous points of contention […]

THE FINANCIAL SERVICES BILLS NIXED BY THE PLP

The Nassau Guardian caused problems for PLPs when they ran a headline which suggested that the PLPs in the Senate went in a different direction from the PLPs in the House on the four Financial Services Bills. The Senators utilized the review jurisdiction of the Senate after consultation with the Leader of the Opposition on […]

Sean McWeeney On The Financial Services Sector

Former Attorney General Sean McWeeney since his retirement from active politics has been developing an expertise in trust law and in the financial services sector.  He gave a speech on 18 September 2018 at a recent conference on the sector in New Providence that outlined a profile of the sector and where it’s headed.  He […]

JAMES SMITH: NOT SO FAST ON FINANCIAL SERVICES BILLS

(Tribune business Friday 27 April 2018) James Smith, the former Central Bank Governor and Minister State for Finance decried the speed with which The Bahamas is moving  to establish a beneficial share registry and other financial services sector reforms.  He thinks that we are getting little in return for doing the work of others.  We […]

Melanie Griffin Answers The DNA’s Nastiness On Social Services

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