14Oct2016
Commercial Banks are Between a Rock and a Hard Place The de-risking phenomenon, which has had a severe impact on the Caribbean region, was high on the agenda at the recently concluded Annual Meetings of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank....
13Oct2016
Central Bank Hosts Leadership Seminar for Students Sixty prefects from the Ellerslie School recently took part in a one-day leadership seminar sponsored by the Central Bank of Barbados....
04Oct2016
Central Bank Delegation Visits Canada The team, which was headed by Central Bank of Barbados Governor Dr. DeLisle Worrell and Randy Graham, CEO of the Financial Services Commission, held meetings with the Governor and Deputy Governor of the Bank of Canada, officials from the Canadian government, and the staffs of the Barbados High Commission and the Barbados Consulate in Toronto....
29Sep2016
One New Treasury Note and Two New Debentures are Now Available The opening date for applications for all three securities is Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. ...
29Sep2016
Central Bank of Barbados Hosts Independence Essay Competition The winning student will receive an all expenses paid trip for two to London, England....
23Sep2016
Euromoney Has Published its 2016 Barbados Guide

The 20-page guide reports on several aspects of the island's economy.

16Sep2016
Central Bank of Barbados Launches New Non-Technical Magazine Barbadians looking to develop a better understanding of the economy and how it works now have an additional resource from which to draw. It comes in the form of Economic Insight.bb, the Central Bank of Barbados’ new bi-annual magazine, which was launched on September 16....
13Sep2016
Welcome Remarks by Governor, Dr. DeLisle Worrell at the Opening of the Domestic Financial Institutions Conference One aspect of our interdependence with the global economy is the fact that we are subject to international rules that are designed for countries with characteristics and circumstances very different from our own. Barbados plays by the rules, as we always have. It is a strength of our financial sector, and one of the factors that makes our country internationally competitive. But it is clear that the application of these rules indiscriminately to all countries, regardless of size and economic circumstances, results in anomalies which may have undesirable consequences. ...
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