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Caribbean Financial Network

DBank

Biz Phone
268-562-3951
St. John's
DBank is a solid, safe and reliable financial institution with more than 10 years of experience offering specialized banking and investment advice services to individuals and companies seeking to protect and grow their assets; we offer personalized services, a profitable, diversified platform of financial products and the professional guidance of an expert multidisciplinary team. OUR BUSINESS OBJECTIVE is oriented towards finding innovative, highly reliable and competitive banking solutions, tailored to your investment needs, maintaining security and financial integrity criteria.

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

Demerara Bank Limited

"Come Grow With Us"

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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.

Development Bank of Jamaica Limited

"Facilitating economic growth and development"

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Biz Phone
876- 929-4000
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Kingston 5
The Development Bank of Jamaica Limited (DBJ) is a wholly owned Government institution and its only shareholder is the Accountant-General. The Bank is a result of the merger of two national development entities, the Agricultural Credit Bank Limited and the National Development Bank, on April 1, 2000. The National Investment Bank of Jamaica Limited was further amalgamated into the DBJ in 2006. The DBJ falls under the purview of the Ministry of Finance and Planning. Its Board of Directors is comprised mainly of private sector leaders who are appointed by the Minister of Finance. The DBJ, currently the only development financing organisation in the country, is committed to Jamaican entrepreneurs in the productive sectors and at all stages of development. While the DBJ provides funding and technical assistance to large projects, it has expanded and improved its assistance to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) which are widely recognised as the engine of economic growth and development, especially in small economies. The Bank’s Mission is to provide ‘opportunities to all Jamaicans to improve their quality of life through development financing, capacity building, public-private partnership and privatisation solutions in keeping with Government policy’.

Development Bank of St. Kitts & Nevis

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Biz Phone
869 465-2288
Basseterre
The Development Bank of St.Kitts and Nevis (DBSKN) was established by an Act of Parliament NO. 1 of 1981. The Act was further amended in April of 1983 by Parliament. The Bank is wholly owned by the Government of St.Kitts and Nevis, but it is fully autonomous and operates independently with a Board of Directors, General Manager, and a team of staff members. The Bank falls under the direct responsibility of the Minister of Finance, with the Bank's Manager having direct responsible for the day to day administration of the Bank. (see organizational chart). The Development Bank (DBSKN) is organized to provide financial and general credit services, for the purpose of achieving a reasonable rate of return on shareholders equity consistent with prudent risk exposure and the development objectives of the Institution. The Bank is primarily involved in lending to the following sectors: Tourism Related Ventures, Agro- industry, Manufacturing sectors, Agriculture, Education, and Housing. DBSKN also provides various types of short, medium-term loans, for personal development and Business Support Services for clients.

Dominica Agricultural Industrial & Development Bank

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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.

Dominican Cooperative

Biz Phone
809-336-0000
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Santiago De Los Caballeros 51012