09Mar2020
05Mar2020
High Bank Fees Have the Potential to Reduce Financial Inclusion “We could be faced with a situation where persons withdraw from the financial system either because they literally cannot afford to have a bank account, or because they are not willing, as I have heard said, to ‘pay banks to keep their money’.”...
02Mar2020
The Impact of the Debt Restructuring Barbados' credit rating his increased, and the debt to GDP ratio has fallen....
28Feb2020
Fighting Money-Laundering is Not Incompatible with Financial Inclusion Central Bank of Barbados Governor Cleviston Haynes says financial institutions must find ways comply with Know Your Customer requirements without excluding legitimate customers. ...
25Feb2020
Changes to Security Council ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee Sanctions List Two entities have been added and two have been removed....
24Feb2020
Strengthening Capacity Through Safeguards Assessments Remarks by Central Bank of Barbados at the IMF Safeguards Assessment Conference....
21Feb2020
Financial Inclusion and the Financial Sector Remarks by Central Bank of Barbados Governor Cleviston Haynes to members of the Barbados Association of Insurers and Financial Advisors (BARAIFA)...
14Feb2020
Central Bank of Barbados Announces Further Ease of Exchange Controls The new guidelines go into effect February 17, 2020....
11Feb2020
Additional Guidelines for Credit Risk, Basel ll and AML/CFT The Basel II roadmap page has been revised and now provides a central location for guidelines issued as part of the Central Bank of Barbados’ Basel II Implementation. ...
11Feb2020
Security Council ISIL (Da’esh) and Al-Qaida Sanctions Committee Adds One Entry to Its Sanctions List On 4 February 2020, the Security Council Committee pursuant to resolutions 1267 (1999), 1989 (2011) and 2253 (2015) concerning ISIL (Da’esh)......
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