Tag Archives: ECCB

ECCB PRESENTATION UPDATE

Issues relating to Banking and Financial Sector Stability in St Vincent and the Grenadines will be discussed here this week. These issues were to be discussed in a presentation by Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, ECCB, Timothy Antoine. The presentation which was slated for tomorrow, Friday June 15th at 5:30 p.m. at the… Continue Reading →

BETTER COMMUNICATION

A call has been made for Economists and other Policy Makers to make a greater effort to provide valuable information to the public The call came from Director of Economic Planning Laura Anthony Browne who was a panelist at a Panel Discussion this week at the Methodist Church Hall. The Panel Discussion spearheaded by the… Continue Reading →

Small Business Management Seminar

The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank in collaboration with the Center for Enterprise Development Inc. are giving local business operators an opportunity to sharpen their skills and learn more about the benefits of operating a small business. The second phase of the Small Business Management Seminar, which forms part of the ECCB’s public service programme within… Continue Reading →

The Eastern Caribbean One And Two Cents Coins Will Be A Thing Of The Past

Vincentian media workers and others in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union have been sensitized on a plan by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) to phase out the use of the one and two cent coins across the sub-region. The plan was launched during a video conference held on Tuesday, which was addressed by Director… Continue Reading →

The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Sir Dwight Venner has said that the year 2013 was yet another challenging year for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union

The Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB), Sir Dwight Venner has said that the year 2013 was yet another challenging year for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU). He made this statement last evening while he delivered the ECCB’s Annual Report. Sir Dwight said members countries of the ECCU are still grappling with… Continue Reading →