In today’s increasingly uncertain global economic environment, maintaining a comprehensive investment strategy is critical to the competitiveness and success of all businesses. Business leaders must be able to provide their companies, investors and employees with the best options for investment. Knowledge of emerging investment opportunities and risks in global markets, strategies to deal with catastrophic and terrorist risks and the best practices in investment and risk management are all critical success factors for business leaders.
The Caribbean Centre for Monetary Studies (CCMS) in collaboration with the Caribbean Association of Industry and Commerce (CAIC) will host a Risk Management and Investments Seminar on May 5th at the Hilton Hotel and Conference Centre. The seminar has been designed to provide business leaders, chief executives, government representatives and senior representatives from international financial institutions with a forum for the discussion and examination of methods of risk and investment management.
Additionally, new investment opportunities in the Caribbean and tools for the management of risk will be exposed to participants. Presenters will utilize factual examples to identify shortcomings, explore solutions and make recommendations to deal with the challenges faced by businesses in the areas of risk management and investments.
Recommendations from the Seminar will be submitted to regional governments, Caricom Secretariat and developmental agencies to provide them with investor-friendly policies, which may be used in the development of Caribbean economies. Interested persons are invited to register with Ms. Je-Anne Borneo (firstname.lastname@example.org) at the CAIC Secretariat at (868) 623-4830, or Mrs. Arlene Caton (email@example.com) of the CCMS at (868) 645-1174.