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Caribbean Financial Network

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.

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.

Antigua & Barbuda Police Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

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Biz Phone
268- 462-7952
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St John’s
Antigua and Barbuda Police Co-operative Credit Union was established in 1954 to help members working for the Police Force achieve their financial goals. The Credit Union movement in Antigua and Barbuda was started by the Catholic Church. It grew from a simple savings group to a very strong movement throughout the country. In this regard, there is no doubt that one of the founding members of the Police Credit Union, former Chief of Police, the late Edmund Blaize, a Catholic, was very committed to the establishment of a vibrant financial co-operative for Police officers. It was officially registered in 1957. Since that time, the membership has opened to the General Public to include Caribbean Nationals.

Agape Credit Union Co-Op Society

"Local Service. Global Reach"

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Biz Phone
868-686-1191
Port of Spain
Founded in 1984, the Agape Credit Union provides a great avenue to save and invest your money for any of your future goals.

Eastern Caribbean Central Bank

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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.

Community & Workers of Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

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Biz Phone
876-936-3800
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Kingston 10
C&WJ Co-operative Credit Union first open its door in April 1961, one year before Jamaica gained independence from Britain in August 1962. The company at that time was named JTC Employees Co-operative Credit Union which was bonded to serve the employees of the then Jamaica Telephone Company Limited (JTC). In 1995 Jamaica Telephone Company (JTC) was renamed to Telecommunications of Jamaica (TOJ) and the credit union was also renamed TOJ Employees Co-operative Credit Union.There was another name change to C&WJ Employees Co-operative Credit Union in 1999 when TOJ was renamed to Cable & Wireless of Jamaica. In order to serve the wider community and to extend reach to having members outside of the telecommunications industry, the credit union’s name was changed to Communities & Workers of Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union in 2006

Central Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

"Top Class Member services in Dominica"

Biz Phone
767-448-2261
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Goodwill
Our History Central Co-operative Credit Union Limited was registered as a newly formed credit union on July 2, 2007 on the amalgamation of the St. Alphonsus and Portsmouth credit unions. The amalgamation which grew from the strategic and long term planning of these two strong credit unions brought together the second and third largest credit unions on the island with combined assets of $59.4 million in assets.As a result of the amalgamation members of Central are able to enjoy convenience and access to funds from conveniently located branches in the capital and the second town. CCCUL is able to enjoy economies of scale and tremendous growth since the cost of operations is now measured against a larger asset base and a larger income. During its first three years of operations CCCUL experienced growth in the following areas: Membership – 10.9% Savings – 27.1% Assets – 20.2% Loan portfolio – grown 37.2%

Citizens Bank

"It's Where You Belong"

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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.