Caribbean Financial Network

Barbados Stock Exchange

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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

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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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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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.

Bank of St. Vincent and Grenadines

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Mission Statement To be customer-focused, innovative, and efficient. To be the preferred provider of superior financial products and services through caring, professional staff and appropriate technology. To exceed shareholder expectations and be a catalyst for development. Vision Statement Deeply rooted in the local community, we are the leaders in delivering a more unique banking experience through quality people, strong relationships, financial strength, sustained growth and integrity.

Community Care Credit Union Cooperative Society Limited

"We Care"

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1 868-662-9270
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The Credit Union was founded on March 05, 1952 as West Indian Oil Industries Credit Union. Since then the Credit Union has evolved to Lever Brothers Employees Credit Union; Lever Brothers Credit Union and now Community Care Credit Union to reflect its expanded field of membership. The original membership bond was employees and their immediate families.The credit union was organized to provide an avenue for members to pool their resources for loans and savings. Community Care Credit Union is now community based with branches in Curepe and Fyzabad. We offer a wide range of products and services designed to improve the economic, social and spiritual well-being of our members. We have grown from our humble beginnings in Carapichaima to fully meet the growing needs of our members for a convenient and easily accessible service provider.

Cayman Stock Exchange

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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.

Central Bank of Suriname

Biz Phone
597 - 473741
The Centrale Bank van Suriname (CBvS) opened its doors on the 1st of April 1957 and has ever since fulfilled an important role in the Surinamese economy. The CBvS is a unique financial institution and cannot be simply compared to the commercial banks. It functions as the monetary institution entrusted with the issuance into circulation of the Surinamese currency. The CBvS is also the custodian of the international reserves of the country and safeguards that sufficient gold and foreign currency reserves are available to meet Suriname’s external payment obligations. The CBvS sees to it that the stability of the domestic and external value of the Surinamese currency is safeguarded.