Managing Caribbean Economies in an Era of Many Crises Watch the March 2023 edition of the Central Bank of Barbados' Caribbean Economic Forum
2023’s First Caribbean Economic Forum to Examine the Multiple Crises Impacting the Region "Managing Caribbean Economies in an Era of Multiple Crises" takes place on Wednesday, March 22 at 8:00 p.m.
Call for Papers: Central Bank of Barbados' 43rd Annual Review Seminar The deadline for submitting abstracts is June 2, 2023.
Updated List of Select Bank Fees The Central Bank of Barbados has updated its list of select fees charged by the island's commercial banks.
Meet Central Bank of Barbados Governor Dr. Kevin Greenidge Dr. Greenidge, the Bank's eighth Governor, took office on March 1.
Labour Market Developments Barbados’ labour force is small and concentrated in the services sector. The labour market composition mirrors the main drivers of economic activity, with services accounting for about 86 percent of the 125,800 employed persons.
The IMF Has Concluded its February Visit to Barbados The visit was the first since Barbados entered into a second arrangement under the Enhanced Fund Facility (EFF) and first programme under the Resilience and Sustainability Facility (RSF).
Investing in a Sustainable Future The 2022 Barbados Economic Recovery and Transformation (BERT) programme calls for an acceleration of public and private sector investment in the transition to a green economy.
Alwyn Jordan to Act as Central Bank of Barbados Governor Jordan has been the Bank's Deputy Governor since 2019.
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