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The Bank of Guyana  
The bank of Guyana is the central bank of Guyana founded in the year 1965. Since then the bank has been functioning with an objective of maintaining an overall stability in the country. According to Bank of Guyana Act No.19 of 1998 the Central Bank of Guyana is an autonomous body. The role of the Bank Of Guyana is to act as the Central Bank Of Guyana. Its primary purpose is to formulate and implement monetary policy so as to achieve and maintain price stability. The other major purpose is to foster a sound, progressive and an effective financial system.

Demerara Bank  
The Demerara Bank was incorporated as a private limited liability company under the Provision of the Companies Act, and was licensed to carry on the bussiness of banking on October 31st, 1994. The bank offers a complete range of banking and financial services and operates under the Provision of the Financial Institutions Act(I of 1995).

National Bank of Industry and Commerce Ltd  
NBIC is your source for affordable financial and banking solutions in Guyana - including personal loans and revolving credit lines across Guyana. They empower individuals, organizations and businesses by providing unique up-to-date information. Their dedicated team of professionals strives to gather the most relevant content for our users.

Guyana Bank for Trade & Industry Ltd.  
The Guyana Bank for Trade & Industry Ltd. (GBTI) has a rich and successful history of over 160 years that began with the establishment of the first commercial bank in British Guiana, the Colonial Bank in 1836; continuing with the operations of Barclays PLC. Today GBTI has a network of eight branches spanning the country and offers its clients a full range of modern banking services including ATM and Point of Sale facilities and Telephone Banking. A large network of correspondent banks facilitates international business transactions.

Banks DIH Limited  
Banks DIH Limited is now a multi-billion dollar company and is headed by Mr. Clifford Barrington Reis, CCH, who was appointed Chairman/Managing Director after the death of Mr. Peter S. D'Aguiar thereby heralding the dawn of a new era in the company's history.

Citizens Bank Guyana Inc. started operations in September 1994. We recorded total assets of 15.8 billion at the end of September 2005 which places us as the fourth largest bank. Our 70 employees serve a customer base of over twenty-five thousand (25,000). The Mission of Citizens Bank Guyana Inc. is to attain distinguished leadership through a team of professionals delivering innovative, superior service to customers.

Republic Bank Guyana Limited  
Republic Bank Guyana recognizes that exceptional service execution is vital to maintaining high business quality, we foresee a significant range of opportunities for integrating financial services distribution in order to maintain the leadership role for product and service quality in a competitive banking environment.

Scotiabank Guyana  
Scotiabank Guyana is one of Guyana’s leading financial institutions. Our energies are focused on individual customers, employees, shareholders, and on building a strong community presence. Scotiabank provides innovative financial products and services to individuals, small and medium-size businesses, and corporations across the country.

The Mission of Bank of Baroda is to be a top ranking National Bank of International Standards committed to augmenting stake holders' value through concern, care and competence. Their wide network of foreign branches, offices and Correspondent Relations at convenient business locations all round the world will ensure a smooth and safe banking experience.


Its services include international correspondent banking, international trade financing, cambio/foreign exchange, deposit taking, loans and all other related banking. Upon privatization, the business of GNCB shall be reconstituted as a limited liability company under the Companies Act 1991 with the restructured balance sheet showing net assets or equity of approximately US$10.5 million. GNCBgncb audited accounts indicate an asset base at December 31, 2000 of over US$90 million.

In May, 1971, the Guyana National Co-operative Bank established a Trust Department to carry out the various Trust Services which was incorporated as the GNCB Trust Company Limited on the 28th December, 1971, a wholly owned subsidiary of the G.N.C.B., with its own Board of Directors. The bank's mission is to complement the services provided by other institutions, the sum of which is the improvement of the quality of life of the people of our community.

NBS has always demonstrated good corporate citizenship by giving back to the communities to benefit Guyanese of all walks of life. The following are some of the major contributions-: NBS' Hall of Residence at UG, building at UG Berbice Campus, Queens College Restoration Fund, the Camp St 2000 Project, the Guyana Red Cross and Guyana Relief Council to assist victims in the recent devastating floods, sinking of a well at the Shelter Belt, distribution of 500,000 exercise books to school children, rehabilitation of Linden Centre for Handicapped Children, six new vehicles to the Guyana Police Force to assist in fighting crime and donations to many other charitable institutions.

Globe Trust opened its doors to the public in April 1991, and after its initial period of operations, recorded profits from December 31st, 1992 until December 31st, 1999. In year 2000, the problems associated with its non-compliance with the terms of the FIA, especially those pertaining to non-performing loans began to take effect. In December 2002, the Bank of Guyana appointed an Administrator charged with the responsibility of managing the day-to-day affairs of the Company and preparing a re-organisation plan to return the Company to profitability.