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Caribbean Financial Network

National Farmers' and General Workers Cooperative Credit Union Limited

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Biz Phone
1-758-454-6710
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Vieux-Fort
National Farmers’ Co-operative Credit Union (NFCCU) was established in February 1994 and was affiliated to the National Farmers', Association (NFA) - an umbrella organization, serving Farmers in Saint Lucia. NFCCU was established after a series of discussions and consultation with Farmers and Farmer groupings with the different parties expressing support for a financial institution for the economic development and advancement of farmers, their families and farming communities around the island of Saint Lucia. The National Farmers’ Co-operative Credit Union was registered on December 06, 1995 in accordance with the Saint Lucia Co-operative Societies Act. On June 07, 2005, National Farmers’ Co-operative Credit Union was renamed National Farmers’ and General Workers Co-operative Credit Union Society Limited in keeping to an AGM resolution to broaden the bound of the Credit Union.

Alamerica Bank

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Biz Phone
205-558-4600
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BirminghamAlabama
Alamerica Bank, providing a unique banking experience in the heart of Birmingham, Alabama. Our staff of experienced bankers is committed to providing quality and personalized service.

St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank

" Working Harder Today For a Brighter Tomorrow"

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Biz Phone
869-465-2204
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Basseterre
St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank Limited is one of the premier financial institutions in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union, and is known throughout the region for its commitment to innovation and exceptional customer service. National has been serving the Federation of St. Kitts & Nevis for over 46 years, and has become a leader in the financial industry in the region. The St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank Limited (National) was incorporated in 1971 under the Companies Act Chapter 335, and was re-registered under the new Companies Act No. 22 of 1996 in 1999. The Bank and its branches are licensed by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, under the applicable Banking Act 2015, to carry on banking business in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union.

General Employees Cooperative Credit Union Limited

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Biz Phone
784-456-1963
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Kingstown
To be accepted as the First choice financial institution by our members and the general public. To enhance the quality of life of all our members by their ownership of a stable efficient financial institution offering quality services in keeping with members needs.

Barbados Stock Exchange

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Biz Phone
246-436-9871
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St. Michael
The Barbados Stock Exchange (BSE), formerly the Securities Exchange of Barbados, was re-incorporated on August 2nd, 2001 with the passage of the Securities Act 2001-13. As a result of the Act, the Barbados Securities Commission, now the Financial Services Commission, was established which has overall regulatory responsibility for the entire Barbadian Capital markets including all Self Regulatory Organizations (SRO), of which the BSE and its subsidiary the Barbados Central Securities Depository comprise, as well as all public companies whether listed or not.

Bank of Saint Lucia

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Biz Phone
758-456 6000
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Castries LC04 101
Since the merger in 2001, the bank has and continues to be the industry leader in the delivery of innovative products and services. We pride our selves on being able to anticipate and satisfy our customers’ needs. Bank of Saint Lucia’s five branches are located at the Financial Centre and Waterfront in the city of Castries, in the towns of Soufriere, Gros Islet, and Vieux Fort, with a Bureau de Change at Hewanorra International Airport and an outlet at Massy Stores Mega. Bank of Saint Lucia provides a full range of retail, commercial, development and investment banking products and services, and enjoys a greater share of the local banking market. Its network of five branches, with 27 ATMs and cash dispensers is the most extensive in St Lucia.

Spaar- en Kredietcooperatie De Schakel g.a.

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Biz Phone
597-410-210
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Paramaribo
KCDS is the first "Open Bound Credit Union" in our country and was founded on February 2, 1972. Establishment The first step towards the establishment of the KCDS was taken during a church service in November 1971 in the St. Alfonsuskerk on the Verlengde Keizerstraat in Paramaribo. In December of the same year, a small number of people, wo ms. Mathilde Does, meeting for the purpose of exchanging information and to form a working group. The efforts of this working group resulted in the registration of 40 (forty) prospective members, the establishment of the credit cooperative on February 2, 1972 and the election of the provisional board.

Jamaica Stock Exchange

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Biz Phone
876-967-3271
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Kingston
Mission Statement To contribute to the growth and development of the countries in which we operate by facilitating the mobilization, exchange and expansion of capital while providing a return on equity that is acceptable to our shareholders. Objectives To promote the orderly and transparent development of the stock market and the stock exchange in Jamaica. To ensure that the stock market and its broker members operate at the highest standards practicable To develop, apply and enforce the rules designed to ensure public confidence in the stock market and its broker members To provide facilities for the transaction of stock market business To conduct research, disseminate relevant information and maintain local and international relationships which can enhance the development of the Jamaica stock market.