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Jamaica moves to establish merger/acquisition regulations

The government is moving to expedite regulations to govern mergers and acquisitions which have been on the agenda for 15 years, moving Jamaica further into the capitalist world.

Over 100 countries have enacted merger and acquisitio

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Jamaica moves to establish merger/acquisition regulations

The government is moving to expedite regulations to govern mergers and acquisitions which have been on the agenda for 15 years, moving Jamaica further into the capitalist world.

Over 100 countries have enacted merger and acquisitio

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Budget must be adjusted

 Finance and the Public Service Minister, Audley Shaw, and his team, which includes Senator Don Wehby, will now be forced to slash the budget because of the deepening of the sub-prime mortgage crisis and its deleterious impact on th

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Lehman’s collapse will not affect JMMB’s clients

Data released by the Jamaica Money Market Brokers Limited (JMMB) indicate that its cash, liquidity and equity positions are very strong despite is minimal exposure to Lehman Brothers Holding’s Incorporated.

Speaking in an inter

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FSC busy canceling and terminating licences

The Financial Services Commission (FSC) cancelled and terminated the licences of some 280 entities involved in the insurance, securities and private pensions business, while approving 560 new registrants to the market for the 2006/2007

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Lehman’s collapse will not affect JMMB’s clients

Data released by the Jamaica Money Market Brokers Limited (JMMB) indicate that its cash, liquidity and equity positions are very strong despite is minimal exposure to Lehman Brothers Holding’s Incorporated.

Speaking in an inter

Read More »

FSC busy canceling and terminating licences

The Financial Services Commission (FSC) cancelled and terminated the licences of some 280 entities involved in the insurance, securities and private pensions business, while approving 560 new registrants to the market for the 2006/2007

Read More »

Standing firm behind the brand

With 18 years in the maintenance industry in Jamaica, Audrey Hinchcliffe, the visionary behind Manpower and Maintenance Services Limited, has solidified her imprint and earned the label ‘The Queen of Clean’.

The company, which

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Jamaican students awarded European Commission scholarships

Following last year’s groundbreaking achievement when three students copped the first Erasmus Mundus scholarships to be awarded to Jamaicans, post graduate candidates Evona Channer and Danielle Dowding will join the successful applican

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Standing firm behind the brand

With 18 years in the maintenance industry in Jamaica, Audrey Hinchcliffe, the visionary behind Manpower and Maintenance Services Limited, has solidified her imprint and earned the label ‘The Queen of Clean’.

The company, which

Read More »