Acting Governor Haynes Announces the Renaming of the Grande Salle in Honour of Sir Courthey Blackman The Acting Governor revealed plans to honour the Central Bank of Barbados' first Governor during his welcome remarks at the Bank's 45th Anniversary Awards Ceremony and Gala.
The Central Bank Announces a Tightening of its Monetary Policy Effective June 15, 2017, commercial banks will be required to hold 15% of their domestic deposits in stipulated securities.
Press Conference on Barbados' Current Economic Performance Acting Governor, Cleviston Haynes spoke with the media about Barbados' economic performance in the first quarter of 2017.
More than 800 Run and Walk to Help Sufferers of Alzheimer’s The event was part of the Central Bank's 45th Anniversary celebrations.
Acting Governor Haynes' Welcome Remarks at the 2017 Domestic Financial Institutions Conference "Changes in technology are changing the way that financial institutions interact with their customers and we must adapt to these changes while satisfying ourselves that appropriate safeguards are in place to manage the inevitable risks presented by these new developments."
Central Bank to Hold Charity 5K All proceeds from the event, which takes place on Sunday, May 7 at 4:00 p.m., will go to the Barbados Alzheimer's Association.
ECCB Governor to Speak at Domestic Financial Institutions Conference Governor Timothy Antoine will deliver an address on the topic "Imperatives for Financial Sector Development” at the May 4 conference.
Sheldon Shepherd is "Humbled and Inspired" After Winning Central Bank Scholarship The 26-year old final year Economics and Finance student received an $8,000 cash prize and will also complete a three-month internship at the Central Bank.
Register for the CBB Charity 5K Fun Run and Walk Proceeds from the event, which will be held on Sunday, May 7 at 4:00 p.m. will go to the Barbados Alzheimer's Association.
We’re Living in a Low Interest Rate World During a presentation to the Financial Services Commission, Dr. Patrick Honohan, the Central Bank's 4th Distinguished Visiting Fellow, revealed that there is a global trend of low interest rates but noted that certain factors can push countries' rates higher. He also sought to explain the often-discussed disparity between interest rates on loans and on deposits.
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