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Antigua Banks
Antigua Banks

Here you will find a list of banks in Antigua

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

Groupe Sogebank

sogebank
Biz Phone
509-2229-5876
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Delmas 30
The Sogebank recently acquired the assets and liabilities of Royal Bank of Canada. Sogebank managers have gradually developed subsidiaries that can meet specific customer needs, thus giving birth to the Sogebank Group , a natural extension of Sogebank - commercial bank. Six commercial subsidiaries have thus been created (excluding Sogebank itself), as well as a non-profit entity, the Sogebank Foundation: The Sogebel , Haitian Societe Generale Bank Savings and Housing SA real estate subsidiary of Sogebank Group, was founded on 24 May 1988. The Sogefac , Haitian Societe Generale Factoring AG, specializing in factoring and consumer credit, was inaugurated June 30, 1989. The Sogecarte , Haitian Societe Generale SA Credit Cards, specializing in credit cards (Visa and MasterCard), was established on 30 June 1989. Created on April 23, 1993, the Sogebank Foundation is a non-profit institution aiming to promote philanthropy within the Haitian private sector and to mobilize financial, material and human resources in order to concretize initiatives of collective interest. The Foundation is the symbol of the social commitment of the Sogebank Group. The Sogesol , Societe Generale Haitian Solidarity, specializing in microcredit, was founded on 9 November 2000. the Sogexpres s , was inaugurated on October 26, 2002 in order to facilitate financial exchanges between Haitians and far. The SogeAssurance specializing in insurance, was inaugurated on 27 August 2012. History of the Sogebank Group

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank St. Kitts

eastern-caribbean
Biz Phone
869-465-2537
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Basseterre
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.

1st National Bank

"Here...for You!"

1st-national
Biz Phone
758-455-7000
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Castries
Vision Statement 1st National Bank St. Lucia Limited, a prudent, innovative, customer-centric, technologically driven and socially responsible employer of choice is the Caribbean’s leading financial services provider ranking in the top three in profitability. Mission Statement To improve our customers’ financial well-being by providing high quality financial solutions as we create sustainable return on shareholders’ investments and contribute to national development. Core Values Integrity: The ability to engender, trust and respect in all circumstances, through honesty and impartiality. Confidentiality: Maintaining the trust placed in oneself by others (clients and colleagues). Accountability: To own and be answerable for one’s performance and actions. Professionalism: To execute duties in an honest, respectful manner with fairness, competence and confidence at all times. Code of Honour I will always be honest, respectful and impartial in personal and business relations. I will never violate trust by divulging confidential information to unauthorized persons. I will always execute my duties competently. I will always respect the customer’s right of privacy. I will never place the Bank’s reputation at risk. I will always comport myself befitting the Bank’s image.

FirstCaribbean Bank

first-caribbean
Biz Phone
869-465 2449
Basseterre
CIBC FirstCaribbean's knowledge of banking has been gained through a combined experience of almost 250 years in the Caribbean through our heritage organisations, Barclays PLC and CIBC. Both have the distinction of being the oldest banks in the Caribbean. They were a part of the development of the region since the days of salt cod and rum. Many changes have been made since then. Tourism is the new export, and West Indian businesses are now taking on the world. FirstCaribbean will be there to make that goal possible. FirstCaribbean was formed in 2002 with the merger of CIBC West Indies Holdings and Barclays Bank PLC Caribbean operations. In December 2006, CIBC acquired Barclays stake and became the majority shareholder in FirstCaribbean. On June 20, 2011 we proudly announced that we will be co-branded under the CIBC banner, adopting the branding CIBC FirstCaribbean. The addition of CIBC to the FirstCaribbean brand emphasizes CIBC’s long-term commitment to the Caribbean region, our employees and our clients. Our clients and our employees across the Caribbean will continue to benefit from the long-term investment that CIBC is making in the Caribbean – a history that dates back to our first branches opened in 1920. CIBC FirstCaribbean will continue to operate as a Caribbean-managed business within the CIBC group of companies, and trades as FirstCaribbean International Bank Limited on the stock exchanges of Barbados and Trinidad.

Scotiabank Guyana

scotia-bank
Biz Phone
592.223.4357
As Canada’s most international bank, Scotiabank has been operating in Guyana since 1968. Today we operate five branches across the country and offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking services — including online banking and electronic cash management. Scotiabank opened its first Guyanese branch in the capital city of Georgetown in 1968. With the five branches strategically placed throughout the country, Scotiabank continues to offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking, including electronic cash management and Merchant Services. The Bank also offers business banking services to small- and medium-sized businesses. Scotiabank is a strong supporter of various community initiatives. Scotiabank Guyana’s contributions range from sports causes and HIV/AIDS, to education and arts and culture with a focus geared towards children, non-profit organisations, and the aged. Our Purpose: To be the best at helping our customers become financially better off.

RBC Grenada

rbc-royal
Biz Phone
888-847-5803
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In June 2008, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) acquired RBTT Financial Group (RBTT) creating RBC Financial Caribbean, one of the most extensive banking networks in the Caribbean. As one of the Caribbean’s leading diversified financial services companies, RBC provides personal and commercial banking, wealth management, corporate and investment banking, insurance and trust and asset management services to a wide range of clients, including individuals, small businesses, general commercial entities, regional and multi-national corporations and governments. With more than 100 years of heritage serving the region, RBC is positioned to give customers access to an expanded network of international financial services with a broader range of products and greater geographic reach. At RBC, our greatest assets enter and leave our offices every day. We are fortunate to have the best and the brightest serving our clients, working together to deliver on our strategy, and creating value and growth for our shareholders.

Republic Bank Grenada

republic-bank
Biz Phone
473-444-2265
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St. George
Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited, formerly the National Commercial Bank of Grenada Limited (NCB), has evolved in pace with the isle of Grenada for over 25 years. Founded on the principals of service and reliability, the bank continues to expand and improve to be the bank of choice for all its stakeholders. April 2006 represented a high-point in the Bank’s evolution, as parent company, Republic Bank Limited (RBL) with a 51% shareholding since 1992, renamed NCB, Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited, in a move designed to unite the two banks and greater capitalise on the competitive advantages from systems and processes alignment. The rebranding has marked the culmination of a 13–year mutually beneficial relationship between RBL and NCB. In uniting under one common name, Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited has become an even stronger institution; testament to an institution that has not only has grown but prospered as its people have; but to one that has endured and survived as they have. Origins The National Commercial Bank of Grenada Limited (NCB) was established in October 1979 with the first branch opening in Grenville; a year later the Head Office would be relocated to St. George’s. In the ensuing decade, NCB would expand its branch network to include St. George's in March 1980; fishing capital Gouyave in April 1980; Carriacou in June 1981; St. David’s in December 1981; and Grand Anse in May 1990. In July 1992, the Trinidad and Tobago based, Republic Bank Limited bought 51% of shares in the Bank from the Government of Grenada, effectively providing the perfect platform upon which Republic Bank Limited could afford its cutting-edge products and services to Grenada. The Petite Martinique branch was opened in March 1995. In that same year, in October, NCB House was opened. The building quickly became a landmark in the south of the island and now houses the Bank's Head Office, as well as the Private Banking and Foreign Business Centres and the Corporate Credit Department. Customers are also afforded the convenience of a drive-thru ATM service, the only one on the island. Opened in February 1998, the Sauteurs branch became the most recent addition to the burgeoning NCB network. Situated in the heart of one of the smallest towns in Grenada, Sauteurs had been hailed as a welcome addition to the town and its surrounding environs' social, economic and business landscape.

Scotiabank Dominican Republic

scotia-bank
Biz Phone
809-567-7268
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Acropolis Center Tower
As the most international bank in Canada, Scotiabank has been operating in the Dominican Republic since 1920, and today operates with more than 2,000 employees, 99 ATMs, 58 branches, and 23 agencies through Scotiabank Solutions. This, together with a wide range of financial products and services, which we offer to the Personal Banking, Private Banking, Commercial, Corporate and Investment Banking segments. Likewise, through Scotiabank Solutions we serve the retail and microcredit segment Scotiabank has evolved, along with the growth and development history of the Dominican Republic, from the moment it opened its first branch on Calle Isabel La Católica in Santo Domingo and then in San Pedro de Macorís in 1920. Our trajectory has been shared with generations of companies and clients, supporting their financial needs, their projects and being an important part of their development and growth. In addition, they are strong supporters of different community initiatives with extensive contribution to education, health, art and culture programs.