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Nunes: Buyers in the market "actively pursuing" Barbados Government's Series F bonds

A top investment banker in Barbados expects the government bonds to grow in popularity with now that they are being traded on the local stock exchange, but at present, it's the Series F bonds which are most in demand.
Company News

Jamaican insurer and Bajan entrepreneur buy 40% of Carilend

Carilend Caribbean Holdings Ltd. has announced that Victoria Mutual Investments Ltd. of Jamaica and Barbadian entrepreneur Kailash Pardasani have acquired separate stakes in the business.

Sutherland: Gov't looking at credit unions' options post-CarIFS

The Barbados Government is looking for an alternative platform to CarIFS, focussing on how it can assist the credit union movement with an ICT solution for customer payments.

FTC says it can't tell banks what to charge

The ongoing complaints about what some critics have called excessive fees charged by the commercial banks operating in Barbados has led to a response from the Fair Trading Commission.
Commentary & Analysis

Banking for the rest of us

There was a time when branch banking was promoted as proof of a bank spreading its wings out into the community.

Conservative impairments reduce Consolidated Finance's profits 2018

Income before the write-offs was $4.7 million, and and tax credit of $4.8 million left the company with a small profit of just under half a million dollars for the fiscal year.

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