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Antigua Banks
Antigua Banks

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Bahamas Banks
Bahamas Banks

Here you will find a list of banks in The Bahamas

Barbados Banks
Barbados Banks

Here you will find a list of banks in Barbados

Belize Banks
Belize Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Belize

Dominica Banks
Dominica Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Dominica

DR Banks
DR Banks

Here is a list of Banks in The Dominican Republic

Grenada Banks
Grenada Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Grenada

Guyana Banks
Guyana Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Guyana

Haiti Banks
Haiti Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Haiti

Jamaica Banks
Jamaica Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Jamaica

St. Kitts
St. Kitts

Here is a list of Banks in St. Kitts

St. Lucia
St. Lucia

Here is a list of Banks in St. Lucia

St. Vincent Banks
St. Vincent Banks

Here is a list of Banks in St. Vincent

Surinam Banks
Surinam Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Surinam

Trinidad Banks
Trinidad Banks

Here is a list of Banks in Trinida and Tobago

Dominica Agricultural Industrial & Development Bank

dominica-agricultural
Biz Phone
767-448-2853
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Roseau.
VISION STATEMENT: “To be a premier development finance institution in the Caribbean region.” MISSION STATEMENT: “To be a leader, catalyst and model of sustainable development in the Commonwealth of Dominica by facilitating social and economic investments, partnering with and adding value to all our stakeholders.” Our Goals The goals of the DAIDB are: To actively pursue, develop and manage rewarding relationships with all stakeholders To provide unparalleled customer care To adopt systems and procedures aimed at achieving operational efficiency To provide a wholesome and progressive working environment CORPORATE VALUES Our Work Integrity - We value integrity in our employees, in our relationships with our customers and in our business practices. We believe in conducting business and maintaining all relationships with the highest ethical standards. Respect - We recognize and appreciate the uniqueness of each individual. We are driven by shared goals and expectations and respect each other in our daily interactions. Service Excellence - We take pride in delivering superior service that consistently exceeds expectations. We are committed to providing personalized relationship-oriented service that our customers value. Open communication lines – We foster open communication throughout the organization. We support healthy debate and personal participation. Employee, customer and stakeholder feedback is critical to our development. Our Family Employees — We celebrate the diverse nature, talent and creativity of our employees. We believe in creating an environment where personal success is aligned to company success and hope to achieve as a team, what no individual can accomplish alone. Customers — We are a customer driven company that view every customer contact as an opportunity to add value and enhance our relationship. By genuinely understanding their needs and providing services and products of value, we empower them to realize their goals and experience success. Community — We are passionate about making a difference in the communities we serve. We recognize the value of investing our time, money and expertise in promoting social and economic development and in building lifelong relationships. Stakeholders — We strive to meet our stakeholders’ expectations. We carefully balance risk and return, rigorously manage costs and continuously look for ways to improve.

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

eastern-caribbean
Biz Phone
473-440-3016
St George’s
The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) was established in October 1983. It is the Monetary Authority for a group of eight island economies namely - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and St Vincent and the Grenadines. The Agreement establishing the ECCB as the monetary authority for the eight ECCB participating governments, was signed on 5 July 1983 in Trinidad and Tobago. The ECCB was officially commissioned on 1 October 1983, replacing the Eastern Caribbean Currency Authority (ECCA) which was established in March 1965. The primary objective of the ECCB is to maintain the stability of the Eastern Caribbean Currency and the integrity of the banking system.

Demerara Bank Limited

"Come Grow With Us"

demerara
Biz Phone
592-226-0601
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Georgetown
The idea of a private sector bank was conceived by Dr. Yesu Persaud in the late sixties. It was held in abeyance but reactivated in 1991, at a time of Glasnost and more international openness. The process of liberalization had just begun, with the shift from rigidly controlled to a more open economy emerging. Dr. Yesu Persaud’s entrepreneurial instincts, coupled with his solid understanding of the economy, led him to the view that there was a need for a truly Guyanese bank—a bank that would capture the latest technology and provide export trade finance, all while offering high-quality, personalized and competitive products and services. Indeed, Dr. Persaud envisioned a bank that would serve as a catalyst for growth. It was the beginning of another chapter in Guyanese history - the first private sector indigenous bank was in the making. Demerara Bank Limited was incorporated on 20th January, 1992. A share capital of $250M was required. Dr. Yesu Persaud’s vast personal and indeed corporate connections (local and foreign) acquired through his chairmanship of Demerara Distillers Limited, were tapped into to secure backing for this venture. It received overwhelming support and was very largely over-subscribed. On 12th November, 1994, Demerara Bank Limited was declared open by His Excellency, Dr. Cheddi B. Jagan, President of the Cooperative Republic of Guyana.

Citizens Bank

"It's Where You Belong"

citizens-bank
Biz Phone
592-226-1705
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Georgetown
Citizens Bank with its headquarters located at 231 -233 Camp Street and South Road, Georgetown, had assets of $US 241.8 million at September 30, 2018. Our one hundred and fifty-one (151) employees serve a customer base of more than fifty-two thousand, seven hundred (52,700). We provide retail and commercial banking services through our branch network of six (6) branches. They are 24-hour services through ATM’s which are located at each of our six branches as well as at five (5) off-site locations including a recent ATM addition at Amelia’s Ward in Linden. As we continue to growth and expand, we seek more avenues to improve services to the wider population.

GBTI Bank

"We Help You Achieve Your Dreams"

gbti
Biz Phone
592-771-4830
Essequibo Coast
Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited has a rich and successful history of over 180 years that began with the establishment of the first Commercial Bank in British Guiana, the Colonial Bank, in May 1836, continuing with the operations of Barclays PLC. In 1987 the assets and liabilities of Barclays PLC were acquired by the Government of Guyana and renamed Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited. GBTI was officially opened to the public on December 1, 1987. In January 1990, GBTI merged with Republic Bank (Guyana) Ltd formerly Chase Manhattan Bank N.A, and in 1991 the Bank was privatised. With over 1,800 shareholders, the majority shareholder Secure International Finance Company Inc. holds 61% of the shares. Today, GBTI provides an extensive range of services to its Corporate and Individual customers. Personal Savings, Business and Investment Accounts; Personal, Housing and Business Financing; Credit Cards and Visa International Debit and Credit Cards are all offered by our Corporate Office and twelve (12) Branches spread across Guyana.

Guyana Americas Merchant Bank Inc.

guyana-americas
Biz Phone
592-223-5193
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Georgetown
Guyana Americas Merchant Bank Inc., formerly Guyana Finance Corporation Limited, was incorporated as a limited liability company on May 22, 1995 under the Companies Act 1991 of May 27, 1997 By Special Resolution on July 30, 1998 the Company's name was changed to Guyana Americas Merchant Bank Inc. The Company was licensed by the Bank of Guyana under section 6 (2) of the Financial Institutions Act 1995 to carry on non-depository financial business in Guyana with the exception of Trust business effective March 16, 2001 and opened for business on June 26, 2001. The Company, having been Registered under section 47 (1) of the Securities Industry Act 1998 to carry on Business as a Broker with effect from July 16, 2003 was admitted to membership of the Guyana Association of Securities Companies and Intermediaries Incorporated in accordance with Rule 3.04 Guyana Americas Merchant Bank Inc. is a subsidiary of Guyana Bank For Trade and Industry.

UNIBANK

"Faisons route ensemble"

unibank
Biz Phone
509-2299-2050
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Port-au-Prince
UNIBANK has today become “the Leading Bank of Haiti”, leader in capital, profitability, customers, savings deposits, provincial deposits and international operations. Mission and History Our mission Our Mission is to offer our clients personalized, technologically efficient financial services at competitive prices. Our vocation is to be a bank with national geographic coverage and a selective international presence, offering quality financial services on four fronts: - in Port-au-Prince - in Provinces - to Haitians living overseas - on the Internet We want to be the best bank in Haiti in terms of service quality, and we will be accessible to our customers both in Haiti and abroad, on a "24x7x365" basis: - 24 hours a day, - 7 days a week, - 365 days a year We will fulfill our mission by being a profitable bank for our shareholders, by ensuring the promotion and development of our human resources, by participating fully and in a socially responsible manner in the activities of our Community. We are working to be the First Commercial Bank of Haiti, within a solid and diversified financial group: the National Financial Group (GFN). UNIBANK in brief UNIBANK has today become “the Leading Bank of Haiti”, leader in capital, profitability, customers, savings deposits, provincial deposits and international operations. UNIBANK, a commercial bank inaugurated in July 1993, belongs to nearly 391 Haitian shareholders: manufacturers, traders, professionals and investors well known in the community. UNIBANK is a member of a group offering diversified financial services, the National Financial Group (GFN®), operating in the following sectors: - Commercial Bank (UNIBANK) - Business Banking (UNIFINANCE) - Fund Transfer Company (UNITRANSFER) - Micro Credit (MICRO CREDIT NATIONAL) - Credit Card (UNICARTE) - Real Estate Promotion Company (Real Estate SA- IMSA) - Research and Consulting Company (CAPITAL CONSULT) - Investment and Management Company (SOCIÉTÉ NATIONALE D'INVESTISSEMENT - SNI) - Insurance (UNIASSURANCES) UNIBANK and the other companies of the National Financial Group are present throughout the national territory. With 43 branches, UNIBANK has the largest network of bank branches in the country (27 in Port-au-Prince and 16 in 14 provincial towns). Since its inauguration in July 1993, UNIBANK has grown rapidly to become, without merger or acquisition, a Leading Institution in the financial market, ranking first or second in all niche banking services. With assets of US $ 1.160 billion, and over 890,000 depositors, the largest number of clients in the banking sector, UNIBANK is the largest bank in the Haitian banking sector. UNIBANK and the affiliated companies of the National Financial Group (GFN) have 1,737 employees, including 34 in the United States. Its Sister Company in this country, UNITRANSFER USA INC., Plays a holding role and has subsidiaries in several states namely: Florida, New York, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Connecticut, Georgia, Illinois, Maryland, Louisiana, Pennsylvania and Rhode Island, each licensed by the State's Banking Department. UNITRANSFER is also present in Canada, the Bahamas, the Turks Islands, Jamaica, Aruba, Dominica, the French Antilles and the Dominican Republic, through agreements made with local companies, or through subsidiaries. It offers its remittance services to more than 260,000 Haitians living abroad. The majority of large American and multinational institutions, as well as the main Haitian firms are clients of UNIBANK which also offers its services to non-governmental, European, American and international organizations, embassies, multilateral and bilateral cooperation agencies, etc. Also very present in the sector of small and medium-sized enterprises, UNIBANK is also the bank of choice for several Haitian churches, religious organizations and missions, urban and rural savings and credit unions.

buh- Banque de l'Union Haitienne

buh
Biz Phone
509-2815-8830
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Port-au-Prince
The Banque de Union Haïtienne SA (BUH) is the first private commercial bank established in the area for more than 40 years. It has created a recognized brand image for itself, exercising a real power of attraction on its employees and all of its 2,000 shareholders. The BUH offers a variety of banking and insurance products and services through its network of branches in the capital and in the provinces. BUH is one of the most recognized credit card brands in the market along with MasterCard, has a significant partnership with MoneyGram International, Inc. for money transfer services, and continues to partner with other respected Haitian and international financial entities in order to offer solutions better suited to the needs of its clients. The BUH was recapitalized in 2013 as part of a restructuring endorsed by the Central Bank. A group of Haitian and American shareholders and businessmen from well-known institutions acquired the bank with the aim of transforming it into a strong, lucrative and transparent mid-level bank operating in a low penetration banking sector.