Credit Cards are Loans. And Debt on Them is Increasing The number of credit cards in Barbados increased by more than 40% in two years.
IMF Executive Board Approves Barbados’ Economic Recovery Plan The approval will give Barbados access to US $49 million immediately
Final Week for Bank’s Information Sessions for Domestic Creditors The Central Bank of Barbados is extending its information sessions for all holders of existing Government Treasury Bills, Treasury Notes, Debentures and any other outstanding Government debt.
Public Notice: Treasury Bills, Treasury Notes and Debentures As part of its Debt Restructuring Programme, Government is offering to exchange Existing Treasury Notes, Treasury Bills and Debentures for New Instruments. The deadline for accepting the Offer is October 5, 2018, 5:00p.m.
Savings Bonds are not included in the Debt Restructuring The Central Bank of Barbados today clarified that Savings Bonds are not included in the Debt Exchange Offer.
Acting Deputy Governor Michelle Doyle Lowe, explains the Debt Exchange Offer
Debt Exchange Forum FOR HOLDERS OF TREASURY BILLS, TREASURY NOTES AND DEBENTURES Courtney Blackman Grande Salle, Monday, September 24 to Saturday, September 29 -- 9:00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. daily
Vacancies – Eastern Caribbean Partial Credit Guarantee Corporation The Board of Directors of the Eastern Caribbean Partial Credit Guarantee Corporation is inviting suitably qualified persons to apply for positions at the soon to be established Eastern Caribbean Partial Credit Guarantee Corporation.
A Tale of Two Cities – Lessons for Economic Recovery As Barbados prepared to enter an IMF-supported programme, it can learn from the experiences of two other small nations, Antigua and Barbuda and the Seychelles.
The Impact of IFRS9 on Barbados’ Financial System The implementation of IFRS 9 could pose a number of challenges to Barbados' financial institutions.
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