Offshore: Strong foundations
Recent legislation introduced in the Bahamas seeks to maintain the islands' competitive edge in key areas of offshore business. With the arrival of the new Foundation Act, the territory is looking for fresh business areas to plunder. Wendy Warren reports
The Government of the Bahamas has made clear its intention that the jurisdiction should continue to be a bluechip, well-regulated centre – qualities fundamental to maintaining its success as a financial hub.
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