Caribbean Financial Network

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

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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.

COK Sodality Cooperative Credit Union Ltd

" Invest in your future today"

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Kingston 5
With a vision ahead of its time, Albert Morris had proposed the concept to create an inclusive credit union for the citizens of Kingston. A credit union is a co-operative financial institution, which is owned and controlled by its members. His dream was finally brought to fruition in 1967, when Paul Chavannes submitted Mr. Morris’ proposal to the Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union League (JCCUL) and the Registrar of Co-operative; which resulted in the birth of the City of Kingston Co-operative Credit Union Limited (COK) on October 26, 1967. With 13 members and a total share of two shillings and six pence the first Annual General Meeting was held on November 24, 1967. Since its inception COK has grown from a union with only 13 members to enjoying the benefits of having a membership base of over 280,000+ in not just Jamaica but in the English-speaking Caribbean on a whole. COK not only caters to its customers located across Jamaica such as St. Andrew, Kingston, Montego Bay, Mandeville and St. Catherine; but also, to its customers living overseas in countries such as the United Kingdom, the United States of America and Grand Cayman. With over 53 years serving its clients, COK plans to continue helping and others and expanding to further lengths over time. We have carefully designed a range of savings and loans products to meet the variety of needs reflected in the profile of our members. In this regard, we have developed a wide range of products including -Fixed Deposits, the Partner Plan, Golden Harvest, Pension Plan and Family Indemnity Plan; loan products which include Business Loans, Home Equity loans, Personal loans, Mortgage, Education and Auto loans; as well as Cambio – all with our members’ success in mind!

Guyana Stock Exchange

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GASCI is the abbreviation for The Guyana Association of Securities Companies and Intermediaries Inc. This company is the local stock exchange that organises and supervises the stock market in Guyana. GASCI consists of four member firms which trade (i.e. provide broker services for customers who wish to buy and sell shares) on the stock market and these are Trust Company (Guyana) Ltd, Guyana Americas Merchant Bank Inc, Beharry Stockbrokers Ltd and Hand-in-Hand Trust Corporation Inc (formerly GNCB Trust Corporation Inc). Trust Company (Guyana) Ltd, Beharry Stockbrokers Ltd and Hand-in-Hand Trust Corporation Inc are also represented on the Board of Directors of GASCI. The member firms of GASCI are registered as Brokers with the Guyana Securities Council.

Republic Bank

" We are the one for you!"

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Port of Spain
Trinidad and Tobago is the largest economy in the Caribbean Community (Caricom) and is highly dependent on its petroleum sector, which has contributed approximately 36 percent of GDP over the last six years. In the early 1990s the petroleum sector evolved from being oil dominant to a natural gas dominant sector. Despite being one of the world’s largest exporters of ammonia and methanol, the energy sector is currently undergoing a transformation. The state-owned Petroleum Company of Trinidad and Tobago Ltd. (PETROTRIN) was officially closed in late 2018, due to its low profitability. Three new companies, Heritage Petroleum Company Ltd, Paria Fuel Trading Company and Guaracara Refining Company Ltd, were formed as part of the restructuring process. Since 2015, the energy sector has seen its fair share of problems, with weak global energy prices and declining oil and gas production.

RBC Trinidad & Tobago

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In June 2008, the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) acquired RBTT Financial Group (RBTT) creating RBC Financial Caribbean, one of the most extensive banking networks in the Caribbean. As one of the Caribbean’s leading diversified financial services companies, RBC provides personal and commercial banking, wealth management, corporate and investment banking, insurance and trust and asset management services to a wide range of clients, including individuals, small businesses, general commercial entities, regional and multi-national corporations and governments. With more than 100 years of heritage serving the region, RBC is positioned to give customers access to an expanded network of international financial services with a broader range of products and greater geographic reach. At RBC, our greatest assets enter and leave our offices every day. We are fortunate to have the best and the brightest serving our clients, working together to deliver on our strategy, and creating value and growth for our shareholders.

Scotiabank Antigua

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St John's
As Canada’s most international bank, Scotiabank has been operating in Antigua for more than 50 years. Today we operate two branches across the country and offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking services - including online banking, electronic cash management, and offshore banking services. Scotiabank has enjoyed a history of growth and prosperity in Antigua. Our first branch opened in 1961 on Corn Alley with six employees. Shortly thereafter we moved the operation to High Street to improve on our customer service. In 1999, we opened another branch in Perry Bay with two ATMs including a drive-through, which still provides convenient banking and parking facilities to our customers today. With the two branches strategically placed within the city, Scotiabank continues to offer a complete range of retail and commercial banking, including electronic cash management. The Bank now has 75 employees and eight ATMs in Antigua. We’re a strong supporter of various community initiatives and our charitable contributions range from sports programmes and education to arts and culture.

Ariza Credit Union Ltd.

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St. George’s
Since 1947, Ariza Credit Union (formerly Grenada Public Service Credit Union) has provided products and services that have improved the quality of life and well-being of our members. We are proud to say that we’re one of the longest standing and most outstanding Credit Union in Grenada. But, all that success would not be possible without you, and when we go out into our communities and work together with our members, it reminds us why we are leaders in the Credit Union sector in Grenada. We want to uphold the vision to maintain our role as a leader in being member focused, professional and innovative while collaborating with you. Our mission is simple – to improve the quality of life of all our members with financial solutions that have been tailored to their needs. Each day we take great strides towards the future, to create a positive financial service environment we like to call the ‘Ariza Experience’. As an extension of the Ariza Credit Union brand, we invite you to spread the word and show the world that we aspire to rise above and achieve financial freedom for all our members, through co-operation, commitment and care.