Daily Brief: Sagicor To Establish Reinsurer in Bermuda – IMF Report. Shifting Away From Barbados – Dec 22, 2017

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  • Sagicor To Establish Reinsurer in Bermuda – IMF Report. Shifting Away From Barbados

    Business – Barbados Today / BarbadosThu Dec 21, 2017

    Financial services giant Sagicor, which last year moved its holding company to Bermuda after more than 170 years in Barbados, is preparing to establish a firmer footing in the British overseas territory located in the North Atlantic, according to a recent International Monetary Fund (IMF) report. It was first announced in January 2015 that Sagicor planned to move its holding company, Sagicor Financial Corporation (SFC), to escape the negative impact of Barbados’ repeated downgrades by the international ratings agencies.

  • Cuba signals Raúl Castro will remain president longer than expected

    Washingtonpost.com / CubaThu Dec 21, 2017

    Cuban President Raúl Castro will remain in power until April, the government said Thursday, delaying a historic transition that would leave the communist island nation without a Castro in charge for the first time since 1959. This due to delays and complications related to destruction inflicted by Hurricane Irma.

  • A Tiny Caribbean Island Looks to Lead in Initial Coin Offering (ICO) Regulation

    Biglawbusiness.com / CaribbeanThu Dec 21, 2017

    The government of Anguilla could soon become the first country to formally harness the red-hot growth of initial coin offerings (ICOs) through legislation aimed to create regulatory clarity for the industry and attract new investment to the island jurisdiction.

  • The Jamaica Stock Exchange (JSE) board needs a huge shake up

    IC Insider / JamaicaThu Dec 21, 2017

    Having had the problem several months ago it seems implausible that the JSE has not moved speedily to correct what is clearly a problem when IPOs start trading. Why has the stock Exchange board not moved to correct what is clearly a problem for new listings? Why has the FSC not intervened to ensure it gets sorted out, before new listings come to market?

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