Tag Archives: Dr. DeLisle Worrell

Barbados International Business Week 2012

The Barbados International Business Association (BIBA) will be hosting the annual Barbados International Business Week 2012 from October 21 – 27, 2012. “Innovation … Our Path to New Horizons” Barbados International Business Week is a complete week of activities that aims to raise awareness, recognize and celebrate the valuable contributions made by the Barbados international Continue Reading...

International Tax and Trust Congress Barbados

The International Tax and Trust Congress Barbados presents a great opportunity to learn more about latest international tax, trust and regulatory issues.  The two day congress is being hosted by LexisNexis and the Barbados International Business Association (BIBA).  Attendees will be able to hear from numerous international tax experts on a variety of offshore business Continue Reading...

Barbados International Business Association January Luncheon

The Barbados International Business Association’s January Luncheon will focus on Barbados’ foreign exchange reserves and the country’s strategy for bolstering these reserves in the future. “Four Pillars of a Forward-Looking FX-Driven Growth Strategy for Barbados” Presented by Dr. DeLisle Worrell, Governor, Central Bank of Barbados Recent increases in world commodity prices have negatively affected Barbados’ Continue Reading...

Central Bank of Barbados Economic Report for September 2011

The Barbados economy grew by 1% for the first nine months of the year compared to the same period in 2010. This news was disappointing considering the original projection of 2% growth at the start of the year. The island’s economic growth is heavily dependent on the tourism sector which showed no noticeable increase in Continue Reading...

Central Bank of Barbados Report on Economic Performance

The Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Dr. DeLisle Worrell, has said that the country is doing better than most given the challenging economic climate. In a recent press conference, he described the economic impact of the global downturn as “the most difficult economic environment we have faced.” He said that the challenges were Continue Reading...