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    The Caribbean Governance Training Institute would like to invite you to register and participate in its most anticipated 4th Annual Hot Topics In Corporate Governance Annual Conference 2017.

    This year’s theme is titled “The 21st Century Audit Committee Conference & Certification Program; New Challenges, Risks and Best Practices.”  

    It is a must attend for members of Audit Committees, as well as CFOs, CEOs, CPAs, lawyers and other professionals who consult with and advise Audit Committees.

    This Conference is the first of its kind in North America which allows attending delegates to become “Audit Committee Certified” at the end of the sessions and to earn the prestigious “A.C.C” post nominal designation.

    This  ‘Gold Standard’ director education program features presentations from an International Faculty of Professionals who are well known for their experience in their various fields:

    Paul Tice, MA, CPA, C. Dir.Professional Director and Audit Committee Chair/Expert

    Brian Brown, CIA, CPA, CFE, C. Dir. Chief Audit Executive to numerous companies and the Founder of the Institute of Internal Auditors of Canada;

    Merv Hillier, CPA, C.Dir.- Professional director and Past CEO, Chartered Professional Accountants of Ontario 

    Robert Doyle, CPA, C.Dir. - Audit Committee Thought Leader and professional director

    amongst others.

    Together, they will discuss the latest hot topics in governance processes and tools that will transport your Audit Committee board beyond mere compliance to "21st Century governance excellence".

    We strongly recommend that you attend this Conference with your colleagues, either as a board or committee.

    The Program will take place in St. Lucia, July 10th – 11th , 2017 at the beautiful Coco Palm Hotel & Resort.

    To register please call 758-451-2500or 758-487 2433 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

    Seats are limited for this program so please register early!

     

    Please view the complete brochure here:

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/ghbaq4g8r3vgzxz/2017%20SLU%20Hot%20Topic%20Conference%20Brochure%2012th%20April%20%283%29.pdf?dl=0

    For additional information on CGTI please visit our website: www.caribbeangovernancetraining.com

     

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    - Assistant Manager, Customer Services, 39 years of service.

    "We look at ways to help customers better manage their energy…I like to see people happy."

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    To Chief Engineer Clive Hosten, who joined Grenlec in 1988, improving system efficiency and increasing renewable energy are critical strategies for maintaining reliability and stabilising costs. To date, more than $220 million has been invested in the infrastructure of the electricity system to more than double installed capacity, peak load, and customer connections over the last 23 years. With the recent completion of Grenada’s largest single solar PV project to date, renewable energy generation is now at 7.5%+ of peak demand with more clean energy sites in the pipeline.

    "Our customer-owned renewable energy programme and falling prices for solar installations have helped to increase renewable energy. We are continuing to work with all partners to successfully overcome the challenges of small island states in increasing renewable energy generation in a cost-effective way,"says Clive Hosten.


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    NEWS RELEASE

    MINISTRY OF FINANCE & ENERGY

     

    NO. 31/2017                                                DATE: May 10, 2017

     

    TAX ADVISORY COMMITTEE ESTABLISHED

     

    ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Wednesday, May 10th, 2017: The Inland Revenue Division (IRD) of the Ministry of Finance and Energy advises the public that a Tax Advisory Committee has been commissioned by Cabinet and is now operational.

    The Tax Advisory Committee (TAC) is expected to develop and encourage mutual cooperation between tax-payers and the Inland Revenue Division and assist in streamlining administrative and procedural difficulties of a general nature.

    Further, the TAC will provide input to the Ministry of Finance during the legislative process by studying and recommending changes to tax laws. Its operation intends to promote a better understanding of the tax laws and changes thereto.

    The Committee consists of representation from a broad cross section of stakeholders which includes the Grenada Chamber of Industry and Commerce, the Trade Union Council, Professional Bodies (Lawyers, Doctors etc.), Grenada Hotel and Tourism Authority and the Comptrollers of Inland Revenue and Customs.

    It must be noted that the TAC is not meant to address tax objection matters that resides within the ambit of the Appeals Commission but rather to consider sector specific issues.

    Consequently, associations and various sector groups can table their issues to the committee via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

    NEWS RELEASE

    MINISTRY OF FINANCE & ENERGY

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    NO. 29/2017                                        DATE: May 9, 2017

     

    NO CONCESSIONS ON VEHICLES FIVE YEARS OLD AND OVER

     

    ST. GEORGE’S, GRENADA, Tuesday, May 9, 2017:  The Ministry of Finance and Energy wishes to advise the general public that, effective June 1st, 2017, applications from persons/organizations, to Government, for a waiver from the payment of duties and taxes (concessions) on the importation of vehicles that are five years old and over will no longer be considered.

    This policy decision has become necessary as Government continues to honour its commitment to environmental stewardship and sustainable development.

    Please be guided accordingly.

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