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January 21st, 2013
UPDATE: FSC confirms appointment of Dawn J. Smith

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI- Nearly a week after Virgin Islands News Online first and accurately reported that Attorney Dawn J. Smith had left the private sector and taken up a job with the Financial Services Commission (FSC), the FSC today January 21, 2013 confirmed the appointment of Ms Smith as the new General Counsel/Director, Legal and Enforcement with effect from January 2, 2013.

January 15th, 2013
Sowande Uhuru lashes HOA contract award system to fellow legislators

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Social commentator Natalio Wheatley aka Sowande Uhuru has once again criticised the legislative measure that allows Members of the House of Assembly (HOA) to have the support of their colleagues in receiving government contracts, some of which may result in conflict with their work in the legislature.

November 23rd, 2012
This Week We Feature Young Professional Trevon D. Penn

By Ron Henry

We often hear of steely determination, resilience, and what it means to get up after setbacks but many times we don’t get a true picture of what this really means.

July 17th, 2012
Premier says “Zero tolerance to crime and terrorist financing”

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI-The British Virgin Islands (BVI) is committed to maintaining its position of zero tolerance to organised crime and terrorist financing to ensure that the jurisdiction remains reputable.

June 22nd, 2012
IFC shake-up finalised: Ortiz Out! Donovan In!

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI - As firstly and accurately reported by Virgin Islands News Online in January of this year, Sherri L. Ortiz’s contract was not renewed as the Executive Director of the International Finance Centre (IFC) and she has since left the organisation. It is this news site’s understanding that Ms. Ortiz now runs her own business.

January 2nd, 2012
Americans highest income earners in VI – FSC report

ROAD TOWN, Tortola, VI – Americans appear to be the highest income earners in the Virgin Islands per year, followed by United Kingdom (UK) nationals, Virgin Islanders and then nationals from other Caribbean islands.


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