Daily Brief:Turks and Caicos Islands to tap into multi-billion dollar BPO industry – Dec 11, 2017

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  • Turks and Caicos Islands to tap into multi-billion dollar BPO industry

    Tcweeklynews.com / CaribbeanMon Dec 11, 2017

    The Caribbean is rapidly emerging as one of the most attractive destinations for the multi-billion dollar business process outsourcing (BPO) industry. Premier Sharlene Cartwright of the the Turks and Caicos Islands says they are ready to tap into the trade.

  • Richard Byles Cops Jamaica Observer Business Leader Award

    Jamaicaobserver.com / CaribbeanMon Dec 11, 2017

    Richard Byles, chairman and former CEO of Sagicor Group Jamaica, was last night named Jamaica Observer Business Leader 2017, topping a field of 12 of the island’s top chief executive officers which Award Selection Committee Chairman Moses Jackson described as “an embarrassment of riches” and which gave the committee a tough time to arrive at a decision.

  • Cable & Wireless To Delay Delisting In Barbados

    NationNews / BarbadosSun Dec 10, 2017

    Cable & Wireless (C&W) has agreed not to apply to de-list from the Barbados Stock Exchange, nor to cancel the shares held by the minority shareholders named in a class action suit against the company, until the case is determined.

  • ExxonMobil says signing bonus is US$18 million; calls for disclosures by all companies

    Demerara Waves / GuyanaSun Dec 10, 2017

    ExxonMobil Sunday night said a US$18 million signing bonus was deposited into a government account at the Bank of Guyana last year, and called for such transactions with all other companies to be made public in the future.

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