FINANCE

The Ninetieth Meeting of the Monetary Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) was held at the ECCB Headquarters, Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis, on 16 February 2018, under the chairmanship of the Honourable Roosevelt Skerrit. 1.0 Monetary Stability Council received the Governor’s Report on Monetary and Credit Conditions in the Eastern Caribbean Currency […]

Is your property insured? Insuring your property means protecting your family! Marvin Herbert, Unit Manager, SAGICOR Life Inc – St Kitts, explains that property insurance is not about protecting the building; it is about securing the safety and well-being of your family. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lbeDhU_Da_4&t=13s

Customers of commercial banks operating in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) can now access the schedule of selected fees and charges by the respective banks from the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank’s (ECCB) website. The ECCB Monetary Council approved the publication of the selected fees and charges by bank and territory on the ECCB website […]

Grenada has been so successful in persuading people to pay US$200,000 to become citizens of the Caribbean island that a unique clause in warrants linked to bonds restructured in 2015 is expected to trigger, giving holders a share in revenues from the citizenship fees. READ MORE HERE     INTERNATIONAL FINANCING REVIEW

Have you started to plan for your retirement?  It’s not too early. In fact, the key to a happy retirement is to start planning now.  Dr Robertine Chaderton, Financial Consultant, explains the stages of retirement and the steps you should take to help ensure your golden years are indeed golden.  

The G.U.T. Cooperative Credit Union Ltd. (GUTCU) has launched its debit card on the CONNEX Network. The new product was unveiled at the Grenada Trade Centre Annex, under the theme ‘Expanding access through local partnership,’ closely following the recent introduction of three ATMs earlier this month. The card features the Grenada Dove, along with an […]

ICIJ’s Paradise Papers and Panama Papers investigations have spurred many reforms, but ongoing public pressure is needed for more change.  READ MORE HERE  

In this article, originally published in the Jamaica Gleaner on November 15, 2017, the IMF’s Managing Director emphasizes the need for Caribbean countries to overcome the challenges arising from domestic imbalances and natural disasters to secure resilient and inclusive growth and reduce inequality. She notes the IMF’s ongoing and evolving partnership in providing economic surveillance, […]

Partnership between Government and Henley and Partners credited for never before seen revenue levels from Citizenship by Investment Programme “A Bumper Year” was how Kaisha Ince, Chairperson of the Citizenship by Investment Unit, described the unprecedented levels of revenue yielded from Direct Foreign Investment under the CBI Programme. Ms. Ince made these comments during a […]

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) is urging the public to be cognizant of counterfeit notes during the upcoming Christmas and New Year celebrations, since individuals often attempt to circulate them during periods of heightened commercial activity and at large public gatherings. The public is reminded that counterfeit notes have no value, and that persons […]


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