IMF queries supervision of Bajan insurance sector

(Barbados Nation) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has raised serious questions about the supervision of Barbados’ insurance sector. An IMF Financial System Stability Assessment (FSSA) released on Monday evening said the “lack of adequate supervision of the insurance sector” exposed the sector to “material risks”.

Criminals cut 13-year-old’s throat after robbing dad, aunt

(Jamaica Observer) HATFIELD, Westmoreland – Shelly-Ann Gordon was looking forward to her 14th birthday this Thursday. But Sunday night, two heartless criminals robbed her of that joy when they took her from her home and cut her throat, leaving her family, neighbours and schoolmates at Frome Technical High in shock at the brutality of her murder.

Jamaica banks rationing US dollars

(Jamaica Observer) Restrictions of varying degrees on the sale of US dollars do appear to be in effect at some of the major commercial banks in Kingston, despite a declaration by Bank of Jamaica governor, Derick Latibeaudiere, to the contrary.

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