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Caribbean Financial Network

Capital Union Bank

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Biz Phone
242-362-6880
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Nassau
The Commonwealth of The Bahamas is an archipelago consisting of roughly 700 islands scattered over an area of 100’000 square miles. The capital city is Nassau, situated on the island of New Providence. The Bahamas has been independent since 1973 and is a member of the United Nations. The Bahamas is a stable, developing nation with an economy heavily dependent on tourism and private banking. Steady growth in tourism receipts and a boom in construction of new hotels, resorts, and residences has led to solid GDP growth for many years. Financial services constitute the second most important sector of the Bahamian economy, accounting for about 15% of GDP. The Bahamas has been involved in providing banking & trust services to the international financial community since the 1930s. The combination of a common law legal environment and an efficient tax system makes the Bahamas a well-suited domicile for trusts, foundations, and life insurance policies. The current asset base of the banking industry in the Bahamas is close to $450 billion, reflecting the unique success of this jurisdiction over the past 25 years.

Caribbean Development Bank

"Moving The Caribbean Forward"

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Biz Phone
246 539 1600
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St. Michael
The Caribbean Development Bank is a regional financial institution, which was established by an Agreement signed on October 18, 1969, in Kingston, Jamaica, and entered into force on January 26, 1970. The Bank came into existence for the purpose of contributing to the harmonious economic growth and development of member countries in the Caribbean, and promoting economic cooperation and integration among them, having special and urgent regard to the needs of the less developed members of the Region. Read more in the Agreement Establishing CDB.

Caribbean Union Bank

"Banking...the Better Way"

Biz Phone
268-481-8278
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St. John’s

Carver Federal Bank

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Biz Phone
718-230-2900
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New YorkNY
Carver was founded in 1948 to serve African-American communities whose residents, businesses, and institutions had limited access to mainstream financial services. Today, Carver is the largest African-American operated bank in the United States. Since its inception, the Bank has continuously been headquartered in Harlem, and most of our eight branches and 24/7 ATM Centers are located in low- to moderate- income neighborhoods. Carver Bank has been designated by the U.S. Treasury Department as a Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFI) because of Carver's community-focused banking services and dedication to the economic viability and revitalization of underserved neighborhoods. A measure of its progress in achieving this goal includes the Bank's most recent "Outstanding" Community Reinvestment Act rating.

Carver State Bank

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Biz Phone
866-710-2250
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SavannaGA
Carver State Bank was established on February 23, 1927, and was then known as the Georgia Savings and Realty Corporation. The original corporation served as a private bank as well as a real estate investment and management company for its founder, Louis B. Toomer, his friends and many of his contemporaries in Savannah. Carver was first located at 505 West Broad Street and during the early years, the business was moved to the 400 block of West Broad Street in the Braswell Building near what was then Hardee's Drug Store. Early in 1947, efforts began to convert the Georgia Savings and Realty Corporation to a state bank under the supervision of the Georgia Department of Banking. On April 29, 1947, this was accomplished and the corporate charter was amended, with the name being changed to The Carver Savings Bank.

Cayman Stock Exchange

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Biz Phone
345-945-6061
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Grand Cayman
The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange (CSX) was founded in 1996 and is a leading, globally focused, specialist exchange for various sophisticated products. Our focus is on being an efficient gateway to global markets. As such, the CSX is known for the broad array of companies that access the Exchange, including leading global financial institutions, emerging technology and life sciences companies, as well as some of the world’s most successful hedge funds. The CSX currently has listed more than 5,611 securities and maintains a market capitalisation of more than US$372 billion.

CBH Bahamas

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Biz Phone
242 394 61 61
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Nassau, N.P
CBH Bahamas Ltd is a wholly owned subsidiary of Compagnie Bancaire Helvetique SA dedicated to providing comprehensive wealth management services to high net worth individuals. Founded in 1995, CBH Bahamas Ltd is fully licensed and regulated by both the Securities Commission of the Bahamas and the Central Bank of the Bahamas, ensuring that we meet all regulatory requirements and adhere to the strictest standards in the industry. Our team of highly-skilled, competent, multi-lingual professionals seeks to provide superior service to a diversified range of private clients located throughout the globe.

Central Bank of Barbados

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Biz Phone
246-436-6870
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The Central Bank of Barbados was established in May 1972 by the Government of Barbados to advance the pace of economic development in the country. Prior to 1972, the East Caribbean Currency Authority (ECCA) was the institution responsible for the management of monetary matters for most of the smaller Eastern Caribbean countries, including Barbados. However, the ECCA did not regulate financial institutions, and since it held responsibility for a number of territories, there was no guarantee that ECCA’s policies would be acceptable, or appropriate to each jurisdiction.