The Barbados Stock Exchange(BSE) is an association of Member-Brokers, operating a Central Marketplace for trading securities.
The original trading facility, the Securities Exchange of Barbados(SEB), was established in 1987, under the Securities Exchange Act, Cap 318A, of 1982. The BSE was re-incorporated on August 2, 2001 simultaneously with the enactment of the Securities Act 2001 -13, which repealed and replaced the original Act of 1982. However, the BSE remains a privately owned (by its Members), non-profit organization.
The affairs of the BSE are administered by a Board of Directors, through a General Manager.
On July 4, 2001 the BSE switched from the manual, open auction outcry method of trading, to electronic trading using the Order routing method.View Details
The Bermuda Stock Exchange (BSX) was established in 1971, primarily as a domestic equities market. However as the Island's international financial sector grew so too did the Exchange and in 1992 the company was restructured into a demutalised, for -profit entity.
Today, the BSX is the world's largest offshore, fully electronic securities market offering a full range of listing and trading opportunities for international and domestic issuers of equity, debt, depository receipts, insurance securitization and derivative warrants.View Details
To maximize client satisfaction through exceptional client care and world class financial advice and expertise.Solidity, ethics, credibility and openness are hallmarks of JMMB as experts in all aspects of our operations.To be a dynamic, international, multifaceted financial group that has a caring, loving and fun environment where team members are productive, creative, happy and fulfilled.View Details
The Bank of Nova Scotia was established in Jamaica in 1889, and has enjoyed a history of changes and transformations from colonialism to independence. What began with a small banking office in Kingston is today, a sophisticated island wide network of 35 branches and 3 sub branches. With a staff of over 2,000, Scotiabank Jamaica provides state-of-the-art retail and commercial banking services to the Jamaican public.View Details
We are a mutual organisation whose mission is to maximize value for our members and other key stakeholders by providing exceptional financial services locally, regionally and internationally to Caribbean nationals through enabling technology and a highly trained and motivated team to ensure superior member and customer satisfaction.View Details
The mission of the Bank of Jamaica is to formulate and implement monetary and regulatory policies to safeguard the value of the domestic currency and to ensure the soundness and development of the financial system by being a strong and efficient organization with highly motivated and professional employees working for the benefit of the people of JamaicaView Details
We are a mutual organization satisfying our members and customers with a competitive range of savings, mortgage loans, financial and other services, directly and through our subsidiariesView Details
National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB) is 75 percent owned by AIC Limited, Canada's largest privately held Mutual Fund Company. The bank has had a long and colourful history dating back to 1837 when the Colonial Bank (predecessor to Barclays Bank International) opened for business on Harbour Street, downtown Kingston.View Details
Capital & Credit’s extraordinary journey began 16 years ago with a group of businessmen, including Chairman and Group President, Ryland T. Campbell C.D. and Deputy Group President, Andrew B. Cocking.View Details
Citi has had a presence in Jamaica since 1960 and, as a Corporate Bank, services a customer base comprised of multinational corporations and their local subsidiaries, financial institutions, large local companies, and public sector and government institutions.View Details
The National People's Co-operative Bank of Jamaica Limited (NPCB) is the premier Community Bank for rural agricultural development in Jamaica.NPCB provides a range of services to its members/clients. These cover a range of savings instruments, loan facilities to the micro, small and medium-scale enterprises (MSMEs), legal services (eg. wills and land titling), bill payment services and family indemnity plan insurance.View Details