09Nov2017
Scott Lecture Exposes Barbadians to World Class Thinkers The Central Bank of Barbados hosted event is the longest running lecture series on the island.
01Nov2017
Central Bank of Barbados Announces Monetary Policy Change Commercial banks will now be required to hold a greater percentage of their domestic deposits in stipulated securities.
31Oct2017
Central Bank Review of Barbados' Economic Performance for Jan-Sept 2017 Acting Governor Cleviston Haynes delivers the Central Bank of Barbados' Review of Barbados Economic Performance for the first nine months of 2017 and takes questions from members of the media.
30Oct2017
Central Bank of Barbados Annual Report 2016 The Central Bank of Barbados has published its 2016 Annual Report.
30Oct2017
Issue of $50,000,000 Barbados Government 6.375% Treasury Note 2024 Applications are invited for subscription to this Treasury Note opening on Monday, October 30, 2017 for issue November 1, 2017.
30Oct2017
Issue of $50,000,000 Barbados Government 7.25% Debentures 2030 Applications are invited for subscription to this Debenture opening on Monday, October 30, 2017 for issue November 1, 2017.
23Oct2017
The Changing Dynamics of Foreign Exchange Regulations: Balancing Stakeholder Expectations Against Barbados' Economic Realities Ian Collymore, Director (Ag.) Foreign Exchange and Export Credit at the Central Bank of Barbados says that any further liberalization of exchange controls will depend on the performance of the Barbadian economy.
03Oct2017
“Financial Evolution – Exploring the Shift” In her remarks at the recent BITT Fintech Forum: Central Bank Meets Blockchain, Acting Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Barbados, Michelle Doyle-Lowe spoke about the possibilities, challenges and unknowns related to the rapid emergence of financial technology.
27Sep2017
Issue of $100,000,000 Barbados Government 6.25% Treasury Note 2023 Applications are invited for subscription to this Treasury Note opening on Wednesday, September 27, 2017 for issue October 1, 2017. The Treasury Note will be issued at par with a fixed interest rate of 6.25% payable on March 31 and September 30 of each year. The interest due to Pensioners 60 years and over residing in Barbados will not be subject to withholding tax.
28Aug2017
Foreign Exchange Fee on Card Transactions Takes Effect From September 1 The fee was previously implemented on purchases of foreign cash, drafts and wire transfers on July 17, 2017.
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