Caribbean Financial Network

RBC Dominica

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Broadway Federal Banks

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Broadway Financial Corporation (the “Company”) is a bank holding company based in Los Angeles, California that conducts its operations through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Broadway Federal Bank, f.s.b. (the “Bank” and collectively with the Company, “Broadway”), which is the leading community-oriented savings bank in Southern California serving low-to-moderate income communities. The Bank traces its origin to Broadway Federal Savings and Loan Association, which was founded in 1946 by a group of civic minded men and women, including H.A. Howard, a real estate broker, Dr. H. Claude Hudson, a dentist and community leader, and Paul R. Williams, a noted architect. These leaders had identified the need for conventional loans to minority consumers, many of whom were returning veterans. They observed that minority consumers were being ignored by the then existing financial institutions, and loans, if available at all, carried high interest rates.

St. John’s Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

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+1 268 480 1300
St. John’s Cooperative Credit Union (SJCCU) has been serving the public of Antigua & Barbuda since August 16, 1982 when the then Registrar of Cooperatives, Mr. George Jonas, presented the certificate of Registration to the first 16 members. According to our first President, Ms Althea Crick, St. John’s Cooperative Credit Union was born out of a desire to have a model for a modern credit union development. Most of the credit unions that existed in Antigua & Barbuda up to 1982 were closed bond, whereby credit union services were offered exclusively to persons who shared a particular occupation or religion. SJCCU became the first open bond Credit Union to be formed to cater to the needs of everyone. We came from humble beginnings. With the support of the Caribbean Confederation of Credit Unions, St. John’s Cooperative Credit Union was initially hosted by the Credit Union League office, the umbrella organisation for cooperatives in Antigua & Barbuda. The Credit Union League’s office was initially located upstairs Daniel’s Bakery on South Street and later relocated to the former Hitachi building on Tanner Street. In 1992, just ten (10) years later, SJCCU became the proud owners of our own premises the renowned blue and green headquarters, on lower All Saints Road.

Aero Services Credit Union

"Enriching The Quality Of Your Life"

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Providing responsive, highly competent financial services to all members. Mission Statement To enrich the quality of life of our customers, by providing prompt, customer-driven, diversified, financial, social and other services, through the commitment and dedication of our valued employees, in the communities we serve. Vision To be a premier co-operative service provider in the Caribbean Region.

Republic Bank Grenada

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St. George
Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited, formerly the National Commercial Bank of Grenada Limited (NCB), has evolved in pace with the isle of Grenada for over 25 years. Founded on the principals of service and reliability, the bank continues to expand and improve to be the bank of choice for all its stakeholders. April 2006 represented a high-point in the Bank’s evolution, as parent company, Republic Bank Limited (RBL) with a 51% shareholding since 1992, renamed NCB, Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited, in a move designed to unite the two banks and greater capitalise on the competitive advantages from systems and processes alignment. The rebranding has marked the culmination of a 13–year mutually beneficial relationship between RBL and NCB. In uniting under one common name, Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited has become an even stronger institution; testament to an institution that has not only has grown but prospered as its people have; but to one that has endured and survived as they have. Origins The National Commercial Bank of Grenada Limited (NCB) was established in October 1979 with the first branch opening in Grenville; a year later the Head Office would be relocated to St. George’s. In the ensuing decade, NCB would expand its branch network to include St. George's in March 1980; fishing capital Gouyave in April 1980; Carriacou in June 1981; St. David’s in December 1981; and Grand Anse in May 1990. In July 1992, the Trinidad and Tobago based, Republic Bank Limited bought 51% of shares in the Bank from the Government of Grenada, effectively providing the perfect platform upon which Republic Bank Limited could afford its cutting-edge products and services to Grenada. The Petite Martinique branch was opened in March 1995. In that same year, in October, NCB House was opened. The building quickly became a landmark in the south of the island and now houses the Bank's Head Office, as well as the Private Banking and Foreign Business Centres and the Corporate Credit Department. Customers are also afforded the convenience of a drive-thru ATM service, the only one on the island. Opened in February 1998, the Sauteurs branch became the most recent addition to the burgeoning NCB network. Situated in the heart of one of the smallest towns in Grenada, Sauteurs had been hailed as a welcome addition to the town and its surrounding environs' social, economic and business landscape.

Gateway Co-operative Credit Union (2017) Ltd

" Your Gateway to Financial Success"

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876-952 1190-2
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Montego Bay
The unification of the Hanover and Montego Credit Unions gave birth to Gateway Co-operative Credit Union (2017) Limited on January 3, 2017. Post-merger, Gateway is now the 6th largest Credit Union in Jamaica, boasting an asset size of approximately $8.1 billion JMD, with a membership of over 60,000 members in the Cornwall Region. Our Mission "To empower our members by providing excellent service and sound financial guidance to create partnerships that will result in prudent, progressive and competitive business decisions, yielding mutual success." OUR VISION " To be the premier financial institution, by empowering our members for success through innovative products and services. "

Grandbay Cooperative Credit Union

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The credit union movement began with a simple idea - that people could achieve a better standard of living for themselves and others by pooling their savings and making loans to each others. The birth of the Credit Union movement in Dominica was greatly influenced by the Roman Catholic Church, with Sister Alicia de Tremerie, a Belgium-born nun being recognized as the Founder. Credit unions are owned by the membership, making it one of the unique financial institution. Credit unions put service first and add lots of caring when offering services to their members. It is about “people helping people.” giving the people a better life and improving the communities. Like other credit unions world wide, the Grand Bay Co-operative Credit Union Limited is membership owned. It started in 1983 as a saving union under the leadership of pioneers such as James Alexander, Maurice Elizee, MariaJules, Bonti Liverpool and others. GBCCU began with 20 members and $200.00 worth of shares. It became a registered co-operative in 1986. GBCCU serves members from Grand Bay, Tete Morne, Dubique, Bagatelle, Petite Savanne and others in the vicinity.

Republic Bank Guyana

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Republic Bank (Guyana) Limited's history spans 180 years, originating in 1836 as the British Guiana Bank, which has several firsts: It was the first commercial bank to start business in the colony of British Guiana. It was the first indigenous commercial bank and it was the first bank owned by the indigenous private sector. In 1914 the British Guiana Bank was purchased by the Royal Bank of Canada and became the second foreign-owned commercial bank in the history of the country. In 1984 after 70 years in Guyana, the Royal Bank closed its operations and sold the bank to the Government of Guyana. Thus came into being the new financial entity – the National Bank of Industry and Commerce Limited, which was converted into a public company when the Government sold approximately 50% of its stock to local private sector interests. National Bank of Industry and Commerce Limited is the only bank in Guyana that has changed from local ownership to foreign ownership then, full circle, to local ownership again. The establishment of the first private indigenous bank to operate in British Guiana was on November 11, 1836. Business commenced in Georgetown on February 16, 1837 and in New Amsterdam on March 06, 1837. Prior to this establishment the economy of the country was not conducive to banking as both external and internal trade were largely on a barter basis. Many products such as tobacco, sugar, cotton and rum, were used in exchange for other goods. Money was not yet accepted as a medium of exchange. Towards the end of the 18th century, however, Berbice, Demerara and Essequibo began to experience economic growth and with it, an increase in the circulation of money.