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New Small Business Loan Product Launched

New Small Business Loan Product Launched

Nick Kempe, the Chairman of the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation [BEDC], and Michael Veale, Sr. Vice President of Personal and Commercial Banking at Capital G, today [Sept 18] launched the BEDC and Capital G Micro Loan Product for Small Businesses. The Micro Loan product will be available to all small businesses, island wide; including vendors... Read more of this article

Family Centre To Host Tag Day On Wednesday

Family Centre To Host Tag Day On Wednesday

The excitement of Cup Match is sweeping the island, and Family Centre is providing Somerset and St. George’s fans with their traditional Cup Match ribbons. For more than 15 years, Family Centre has held its annual Tag Day the day before Cup Match. This year is no different, Tag Day will be held Wednesday [July 31] at various locations throughout the... Read more of this article

Capital G Scholarship Application Date Extended

Capital G Scholarship Application Date Extended

Capital G have announced that the deadline to submit a 2013 Capital G ‘Inspiration’ Scholarship application has been extended to July 15. The scholarship awards artistically gifted students with financial assistance to pursue academic goals in music and the arts. “Studies indicate that children exposed to the arts excel drastically in their... Read more of this article

2013 Capital G Iron Kids Triathlon Results

2013 Capital G Iron Kids Triathlon Results

Matthew Oliveira and Lynsey Palmer are the 2013 Capital G Iron Kids Male and Female Champions following yesterday’s competition at Clearwater. Oliveira crossed the line in a time of 25.17, while Palmer finished second overall clocking 28.10. Alex Pilgrim was third overall completing the course in a time of 28.11. In the Non Racing Bike category,... Read more of this article

2013 Capital G Iron Kids Triathlon Postponed

2013 Capital G Iron Kids Triathlon Postponed

Capital G has postponed the 25th Annual Iron Kids Triathlon & Carnival scheduled for tomorrow [June 15] due to a less than favourable weather forecast. The Bermuda Weather Service forecast for tomorrow says, “Cloudy, periods rain & showers, heavy at times, risk thunder. Winds south-southwesterly strong gusts to gale force, in precipitation,... Read more of this article

Capital G International Card Issue Now Resolved

Capital G International Card Issue Now Resolved

The technical issue that prevented the use of Capital G debit cards at international ATMs has now been resolved, Capital G Chief Banking Officer Bob Wilson said, Mr Wilson said that customers are now able to request and receive cash withdrawals without the system error that previously resulted in customer’s accounts being debited without their funds... Read more of this article

Wilson Joins Capital G As Chief Banking Officer

Wilson Joins Capital G As Chief Banking Officer

Capital G has announced Bob Wilson as Chief Banking Officer for the organization. With over 40 years of Retail and Commercial Banking experience in the UK [London and Channel Islands] and Bermuda, Mr Wilson’s career has progressed through a range of financial expertise, including retail, corporate and private banking, with more than 10 years in... Read more of this article

Capital G Card Use In International Locales

Capital G Card Use In International Locales

Some Capital G customers may be experiencing issues with the use of their Capital G cards overseas, and Capital G said they are aggressively working with their U.S. vendor to resolve the issue. Capital G Chief Banking Officer, Bob Wilson, said: “We are aware that some Capital G customers requesting cash withdrawals from international ATMs or attempting... Read more of this article

Applications: Capital G 2013 Arts Scholarship

Applications: Capital G 2013 Arts Scholarship

Applications are now being accepted by Capital G for the 2013 ‘Inspiration’ Scholarship. The scholarship awards artistically gifted students with financial assistance to pursue academic goals in music and the arts. Studies indicate that children exposed to the arts excel drastically in their future careers. In partnership with the Ministry of Education,... Read more of this article

Former Mexican President Speaks In Bermuda

Former Mexican President Speaks In Bermuda

[Updated with videos] Former Mexican President Felipe Calderón served as keynote speaker at the 2013 Capital G Private Wealth Conference which got underway today [Apr 11] the Fairmont Southampton. President Calderón served as the 56th President of Mexico from December 2006 – November 2012.President Calderon thanked everyone at Capital G for inviting... Read more of this article

Registration Opens: Private Wealth Conference

Registration Opens: Private Wealth Conference

Registration is currently open for the 2013 Capital G Private Wealth Conference, the benchmark industry event for the wealth segment in Bermuda. The conference will be held 11 April at the Fairmont Southampton, Bermuda. Registration may be completed by visiting the conference site at capitalgpwc.com. The conference agenda is comprised of an interactive... Read more of this article

Capital G To Host Iron Kids Triathlon On June 15

Capital G To Host Iron Kids Triathlon On June 15

Capital G Limited will be holding the 25th Annual Iron Kids Triathlon at Clearwater Beach on Saturday, June 15th 2013. Kids aged 3 to 14 can swim, bike, and run to victory; while junior triathletes can win up to $1,000 in scholarship funds. The Capital G Iron Kids also includes a carnival from 12 noon to 5:30pm with fun castles, face painting, food... Read more of this article

Capital G Bank 2012 Earnings Drop To $1.1M

Capital G Bank 2012 Earnings Drop To $1.1M

Capital G Bank Limited announced earnings of $1.1 million for the twelve months ending December 31, 2012, down from the $3.2 million recorded in the previous year. Absent the impact of increased loan loss provisions which were up $5.4 million year-over-year, the Bank generated net income of $6.5 million. President and Chief Executive Officer Ian Truran... Read more of this article