26Apr2022
25Apr2022
Understanding Credit Reporting – Part 1 What is credit reporting? Why is new credit reporting legislation being introduced? And how will the information being collected be used? These questions and more are answered in the first of a three-part series that examines Barbados’ new Fair Credit Reporting Act....
19Apr2022
Five Things You Should Know About Credit Reporting Barbados' new credit reporting legislation, the Fair Credit Reporting Act, has been proclaimed....
14Apr2022
2020 Regional Financial Stability Report The report, which is published by the Regional Financial Stability Coordinating Council (FRSCC), is produced in collaboration with the region's central banks....
13Apr2022
How Money Circulates in Barbados Will the introduction of new polymer banknotes increase the amount of notes in circulation?...
11Apr2022
New Children-Friendly Video Series About the Central Bank of Barbados The series targets primary school students between seven and 11 years old....
07Apr2022
ISSUE OF $125,000,000 BARBADOS GOVERNMENT 4.25% TREASURY NOTE 2027 Applications are invited for subscription to this Treasury Note opening for issue on April 7, 2022....
04Apr2022
Four Ways We Can Act on Climate Change Three experts weigh in....
29Mar2022
Climate Change is More Than Just a Weather Phenomenon “Very often we reduce climate to a weather phenomenon or agricultural phenomenon, but it is our water, our energy bill, insurance rates, health and the outbreaks of dengue. When we fail to recognise this inherent sensitivity, we fail to recognise what climate is doing to it.” ...
24Mar2022
Barbados’ New Banknotes: Your Questions Answered Central Bank of Barbados Governor Cleviston Haynes recently announced that Barbados will switch to polymer banknotes in December 2022....
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