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Like Jack, Webber Hits the Road

Back in the late 1940s and ’50s, Bank of Bermuda general manager Henry “Jack” Tucker embarked on pilgrimages to New York, Toronto, Montreal, London and European capitals in a pioneering bid to put Bermuda on the financial map. His targeted roadshows, often in the company of his cousin, lawyer James Pearman, were instrumental in spreading the word to the corporate elite about Bermuda’s tax advantages, stable politics, developed infrastructure, idyllic beauty and pleasant lifestyle. His efforts attracted a wave of exempt companies, t...

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Talking to Ian G. Truran, CEO of Clarien Bank

sAlthough Clarien is a new name on Bermuda’s banking landscape, Capital G Bank has been serving clients as a Bermuda-licensed bank regulated by the Bermuda Monetary Authority since 2001—and traces its beginning to 1974 when Gibbons Deposit C...

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A Scent-sational New Store

The legendary Bermuda Perfumery, founded in 1928 by William Blackburn (W.B.) Smith and his daughter, Madeline Scott, has recently opened its first shop on Front Street in Hamilton. Located in Butterfield Place, this elegant perfumery is the flag...