NASSAU, BAHAMAS- Prime Minister Philip Davis said yesterday that the Bahamas remains a “top contender” for investments, noting that his administration has begun revamping this nation’s investment policies and promotional strategies.
Prime Minister Davis while addressing the opening of the Caribbean Investment Forum stated, “Based on our faith in the great potential for our nation to attract and leverage investments as a key component of our national development strategy, my administration has begun revamping our investment policies and promotional strategies, while engaging foreign and domestic investors to bring billions of dollars in new investments into our investments pipeline.”
He added, “We maintain that we are a top contender, providing fertile ground for profitable ventures. We pride ourselves on being a preferred investment jurisdiction. At our core lies a passionate and skilled workforce, always striving for excellence. In financial services, for example, we have among the highest rates of per capita expertise in the world – an educated, talented, and innovative workforce providing services at the highest standards. This is what fuels our innovative financial services and wealth management offerings, and has driven innovations like our digital assets and registered exchanges regulations.”
Prime Minister Davis said that his administration remains steadfast, ready to facilitate and champion investments across a vast spectrum of sectors.
“We are not just open for business, we are your committed partners in progress,” said Davis.
Prime Minister Davis described the forum as a launching pad for regional partnerships, a cornerstone for economic innovation, and a foundation for a brighter and more prosperous Caribbean future.