Caribbean Financial Network

Community & Workers of Jamaica Co-operative Credit Union Ltd

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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"

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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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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.

National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited

"Put Your Best Life Forward"

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KIngston 10
With roots dating as far back as 1837, National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB) has a pioneering legacy that has been sustained as the organisation has evolved and transformed. Today, NCB stands as the largest financial group in Jamaica, focused on maintaining a profitable organization, which provides highly competitive and innovative products and service offerings for our customers. Its aim is to maintain a solid governance structure and robust compliance framework, while utilizing flexible business models and efficient operational processes and systems.

Scotiabank Trinidad & Tobago Limited

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Our commitment to you is backed by experience and stability, accompanying over 60 years of continuous and progressive banking operations in Trinidad and Tobago. We draw on our past to help you uncover new opportunities for your future, giving you the power to make better off possible. Scotiabank first opened a branch in Port-of-Spain, Trinidad in 1906. However, after an epidemic of yellow fever that year which took the life of the manager, the branch closed to prevent the contagious disease from spreading to other staff. In 1954 Scotiabank returned to Port-of-Spain and further expanded in Trinidad with seven new branches in the late 1960s, bringing the total to 13. In 1973, The Bank of Nova Scotia Trinidad and Tobago Limited issued 17,000,000 shares to local shareholders, who eventually acquired about 23 per cent of the capital funds. Again in 1979, additional shares were sold, bringing local holdings to slightly more than 50 per cent. In 1998, the bank's name was changed to Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited. Today, Scotiabank Trinidad and Tobago Limited has approx. 1,599 employees, over 96 automated teller machines (ATMs), 23 branches and 3 sales centres, offering a broad range of retail, commercial and cash management services.

Grenada Union of Teachers Credit Union

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St. George's
It’s where you belong! We’re a member-owned, not-for profit financial cooperative serving salaried workers throughout Grenada, Carriacou and Petite Martinique. With five branches island-wide, you can expect that your convenience and satisfaction are our priority. Owned and operated by Grenadians, GUTCU has remained committed to promoting financial literacy and giving back to the local community. Surplus earned is returned to members through dividends, competitive rates on savings and loans and reinvested in programmes that contribute to nation-building. The G.U.T. Credit Union began as the brainchild of Denise De Coteau who, in 1977, thought it necessary for teachers to have a financial cooperative. However, it was not until April 3rd 1983, after months of diligent and untiring efforts in framing, reframing, refining and redefining policies and by-laws that the credit union was finally registered. Mr. Thaddeus Mc Ewen was elected as the first president of the credit union. It is worthy to note that 1983 was a critical and pivotal period in the history of Grenada. Therefore the birthing of a financial organization at that time was indeed a tremendous challenge. The G.U.T Co-operative Credit Union Ltd, initially formed to serve teachers, opened its bond on 15th April, 2004 to include salaried members of the general public. The GUTCU has since welcomed Police and GCNA Credit Unions as part of its expanded family. Today, we have assets of over $190 million and our membership has grown to more than 12,000.

Capital Union Bank

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The Commonwealth of The Bahamas is an archipelago consisting of roughly 700 islands scattered over an area of 100’000 square miles. The capital city is Nassau, situated on the island of New Providence. The Bahamas has been independent since 1973 and is a member of the United Nations. The Bahamas is a stable, developing nation with an economy heavily dependent on tourism and private banking. Steady growth in tourism receipts and a boom in construction of new hotels, resorts, and residences has led to solid GDP growth for many years. Financial services constitute the second most important sector of the Bahamian economy, accounting for about 15% of GDP. The Bahamas has been involved in providing banking & trust services to the international financial community since the 1930s. The combination of a common law legal environment and an efficient tax system makes the Bahamas a well-suited domicile for trusts, foundations, and life insurance policies. The current asset base of the banking industry in the Bahamas is close to $450 billion, reflecting the unique success of this jurisdiction over the past 25 years.

First Citizens Barbados

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BridgetownSt. Michael
First Citizens is a strong, regional financial institution with operations in Barbados, Trinidad & Tobago, St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Costa Rica. We are the best rated indigenous financial institution in the English-speaking Caribbean and have won numerous awards over the years including Bank of the Year 2012 (Trinidad) from Banker Magazine. First Citizens Bank (Barbados) Limited opened its doors in 2012 after the purchase of Butterfield Bank (Barbados) Limited. We offer a full range of banking services including savings accounts, chequing accounts, credit card services, personal lending, corporate banking and premium banking. An industry leader in the delivery of quality customer service, we partner with our customers to help them achieve their financial goals.