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SBC opens office in Bahamas

SBC Corporate Services managing director Simone Smith-Bean (Photograph supplied)

Bermudian-based company SBC Corporate Services has expanded to the Bahamas.

The company has been delivering solutions for multi-jurisdictional businesses for the past ten years.

“This expansion is in response to our clients’ rising interest and demand for jurisdictions that provide regulatory certainty and banking solutions for their enterprises,” SBC managing director Simone Smith-Bean said.

She said that with offices in Bermuda, the Bahamas, and Miami, Florida, SBC is strategically placed to provide the type of sophisticated services that businesses require within today's rapidly evolving digital economy.

The company bills itself as a leader in structuring companies, licensing, business development consultancy and risk-management solutions, and facilitates non-traditional businesses to grow in emerging markets.

“Our dedicated team recognises the importance of being at the forefront of new industries that have emerged because of technological and regulatory change,” Mrs Smith-Bean said. “SBC are well equipped to ensure our clients’ goals are realised.”

Mrs Smith-Bean's vision is to support the evolution of the global digital economy. She believes there are mutual benefits to be gained through ensuring that solid relationships are built and preserved with regulatory authorities across international borders.

Mrs Smith Bean is a member of the Bermuda Development Agency's Fintech Legal and Regulatory Committee, The Caribbean Blockchain Alliance and Alpha Lawyer Association. She will be featured as a panellist at the upcoming Future of Caribbean Money virtual summit from December 8 to 9.

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Published December 03, 2021 at 7:51 am (Updated December 03, 2021 at 7:51 am)

SBC opens office in Bahamas

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