Speaking on the issue this morning on the Power Breakfast show, Nigel Baptiste Vice President of the Bankers Association said the association is troubled with what they say is the Opposition stalling to have the legislation passed in Parliament.
Baptiste in response to Dr. Bhoendradatt Tewarie statement that the legislation would be passed on February 23rd asked why it was not done at the last Joint Select Committee.
Baptiste said opposition members are aiming at laying blame on the association, when the key focus is to ensure that FATCA is dealt with.
Nigel Baptiste Vice President of the Bankers Association
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