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The Central Bank is making it easier for financial institutions to reintroduce loan deferrals and interest rate reductions for customers who are facing hardships as a…

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RUM and bitters producer, Angostura Holdings Ltd, yesterday reported a 45.5 per cent increase in its after-tax profit, for the first quarter of its 2021 financial yea…

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MAJORITY State-owned National Flour Mills (NFM) yesterday reported a 62.4 per cent decline in its after-tax profits for the first quarter of its 2021 financial.NFM’s …

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WEST INDIAN Tobacco recorded after-tax profit of $91.4 million for the first three months of its 2021 financial year, which was 12.8 per cent lower than for the same …

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COVID-19 has negatively affected many industries but over the past year the real estate industry has seen an uptick in activity, mostly in residential properties belo…

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JUST 32-years-old, Duke Pollard has global ambitions for Capital Markets Elite Group, the online brokerage and independent asset management firm he formed eight years ago.

With its headquarters on Victoria Avenue in Port of Spain, Pollard says his company has 126 employees in total, 105 of whom work in Trinidad and Tobago.

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T&T Securities and Exchange Commission

The ongoing ramifications of the Covid-19 pandemic on financial markets globally further emphasise the importance of organisations implementing appropriate risk mitigation strategies. As mandated under Section 6(l) of the Securities Act, 2012 (SA 2012), it is the duty of the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC) to assess, measure and evaluate risk exposure in the securities industry. Therefore, conducting periodic stress testing of the market is a critical function.

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WITH about 18,000 primary school pupils due to write the Secondary Entrance Assessment (SEA) examination on June 10, some parents throughout T&T are approaching a state of panic concerning the preparedness of their 11-year-olds.

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Meet Nirvan Benimadho.

He’s a 26-year-old founder of a mobile start-up app, QuikBox, which he hopes, will one day be this country’s equivalent to Amazon.

For now, the app, which is just over five months old (it was launched on December 12), has 100 vendors listed on it and he’s hoping to reach up to 500 by year-end.


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