Tag Archives: Bank

Meeting Of The Council Of The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank Tomorrow

Prime Minister Dr. Ralph Gonsalves will be among other Regional Heads attending the 81st Meeting of the Council of the Eastern Caribbean Central bank, ECCB tomorrow. During the meeting, the Council will receive the report on monetary and credit conditions in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union from the Governor of the ECCB, Sir Dwight Venner…. Continue Reading →

Chamber of Industry and Commerce And First Caribbean International Bank Luncheon

The Chamber of Industry and Commerce in conjunction with First Caribbean International Bank will host a luncheon at the Paradise Beach Hotel on Thursday February 12th. The Accounting Firm of KPMG will present an overview of the recently presented 2015 Parliamentary budget. The purpose of the presentation will be to highlight aspects of the budget… Continue Reading →

The CDB Approves Loan US $19,000,000 For The Redevelopment Of St. Lucia’s Water Supply System

The project will provide an efficient, reliable, climate resilient and sustainable supply of potable water to Vieux Fort and its Environments by December 2018. Included in this will be the provision of 15 kilometers of new transmission mains and three new pumping stations. There will also be a treatment plant consisting of sedimentation tanks and… Continue Reading →

First Caribbean International Bank Gives Assistance To The Ministry Of Health In The Form Of Medical Equipment

The Ministry of Health will receive a range of Medical Equipment today from the First Caribbean International Bank. The equipment, valued at approximately 20-thousand US dollars, was purchased by the Bank for use at the Milton Cato Memorial Hospital, as a consequence of the 2013 December Floods. The equipment will be presented to Minister of… Continue Reading →

CARCIP Implementation Progresses Smoothly

The Ministry of Telecommunications says the implementation of the Caribbean Regional Communications Infrastructure Program (CARCIP) has intensified and is progressing smoothly. CARCIP is a 25-million US dollars Regional Program, funded by the International Development Association (IDA) of the World Bank. The project is designed to bridge the gaps in the national and regional information and… Continue Reading →