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Heritage Bank Limited

"Security, Integrity, Stability"

heritage-bank
Biz Phone
223-6783
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Belize City,
Heritage Bank Limited is a private limited liability company incorporated under the Laws of Belize (Chapter 250 Revised Edition 2000) on December 7, 1999. The Bank was issued bank license No. 1 of 2000 on November 15, 2000 under the Banks and Financial Institutions Act (BFIA) (Chapter 263 of the Substantive Laws of Belize, Revised Edition 2000). Heritage evolved from a merger of Provident Bank & Trust of Belize Limited established in 1998 to provide international banking services, and Alliance Bank of Belize Limited established in 2001 to provide domestic banking services. These two institutions had common shareholders. In 2006 there was a change in the shareholding of the Bank when Provident Bank acquired the majority stake in Alliance Bank. In 2008 a strategic decision was made to merge the operations of both Alliance Bank of Belize Limited and Provident Bank & Trust of Belize Limited. All functions of the two institutions were consolidated to benefit from economies of scale resulting in corporate synergies with best practices applied throughout the organizations.

Atlantic Bank Ltd

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Belize City
Atlantic Bank Ltd. was established in Belize City on August 16th, 1971 with a staff complement of seven. Since the Bank's inception, our customers have been at the forefront of our institution and we strive to meet and exceed their needs. It is with this in mind that we work towards building the future together and developing the communities we serve. We operate in all areas of finance both short and long term; destined for commerce, agriculture, export and import as well as in the areas of real estate, tourism services and others. As a responsible corporate citizen, ABL contributes to the growth and development of the communities that we serve. We work closely with organizations that promote education, health, sports, culture, and environmental awareness. We uphold high ethical working standards and comply with the laws and regulations of Belize. As a good corporate citizen, we consider the best interest of all our stakeholders; and carefully assess the impact of our actions on the general public.

Republic Bank Guyana

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Biz Phone
592-223-7938
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Georgetown
Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited's history spans 180 years, originating in 1836 as the British Guiana Bank, which has several firsts: It was the first commercial bank to start business in the colony of British Guiana. It was the first indigenous commercial bank and it was the first bank owned by the indigenous private sector. In 1914 the British Guiana Bank was purchased by the Royal Bank of Canada and became the second foreign-owned commercial bank in the history of the country. In 1984 after 70 years in Guyana, the Royal Bank closed its operations and sold the bank to the Government of Guyana. Thus came into being the new financial entity – the National Bank of Industry and Commerce Limited, which was converted into a public company when the Government sold approximately 50% of its stock to local private sector interests. National Bank of Industry and Commerce Limited is the only bank in Guyana that has changed from local ownership to foreign ownership then, full circle, to local ownership again. The establishment of the first private indigenous bank to operate in British Guiana was on November 11, 1836. Business commenced in Georgetown on February 16, 1837 and in New Amsterdam on March 06, 1837. Prior to this establishment the economy of the country was not conducive to banking as both external and internal trade were largely on a barter basis. Many products such as tobacco, sugar, cotton and rum, were used in exchange for other goods. Money was not yet accepted as a medium of exchange. Towards the end of the 18th century, however, Berbice, Demerara and Essequibo began to experience economic growth and with it, an increase in the circulation of money.

Scotiabank Dominica

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Biz Phone
767 448-5800
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Roseau

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Dominica

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Biz Phone
767-448-8001
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Roseau
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.

RBC Dominica

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Biz Phone
767-448-2771
Roseau
The Royal Bank of Canada History site has been created to remember and celebrate our heritage and the generations of men and women who transformed our company into a leader in Canada and a growing force in countries around the world. Over the years we have invested in the future by delivering quality products, creating jobs, protecting the environment, respecting diversity and making a difference in the communities that we serve. Our shared values of service, teamwork, responsibility, diversity and integrity help guide our behaviours and decisions, inspire us to lead in diversity and inclusion and define what it means to be a responsible corporate citizen. Today, approximately 79,000 client-focused and committed employees help us earn the right to be our clients’ first choice, differentiating us as an exceptional source of advice for the 16 million clients worldwide that we serve. We invite you to learn more about our history as we continue to write the next chapters of our journey

De Surinaamsche Bank

Biz Phone
597 471100
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Shortly after the abolition of slavery, De Surinaamsche Bank NV was founded. At that time, Mr Simon Abendanon was working as a captain and bailiff in Suriname. Monetary chaos reigned in the period around 1863 due to the abolition of slavery. The abolition of slavery provided free people in Suriname who were allowed to work for payment and it was expected that agriculture would flourish. As a result, trade would also expand. This gave Mr. Abendanon the idea of ​​facilitating this economic growth by setting up a bank that could guide the economic traffic in Suriname. 150 years later, the Surinaamsche Bank has grown into the leading commercial bank in Suriname

VCB Bank

Biz Phone
597-472616
Paramaribo
The Surinamese People's Credit Bank opened its doors to the public in 1949. But the history goes back to 1932. On August 27 of that year a commission was appointed to study whether it was desirable to establish a legal regulation for a money-lending company in Suriname. The condition of the States was that no legal money-lending could be created without creating a new credit option. In order to meet this requirement, two important studies were used and the final conclusions of these documents served as the basis for the founding deed of the Surinamese People's Credit Bank. This deed was executed on October 18, 1948 before the civil-law notary Drielsma and published in the GAB of October 22, 1948 no. 93. On January 3, 1949 the Volscredietbank opened its doors to the public. The bank started its business with the discounting of small promissory notes and the pawnshop credit. Credit methods have changed somewhat over the years, while credit conditions are still being applied and tightened up, depending on the time and the prevailing circumstances.