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Banque de la République d'Haïti  
The Bank of the Republic of Haiti (BRH) is a public body having legal personality and financial autonomy. Its headquarters are in Port-au-Prince, it may have agencies or branches to places designated by the Board of Directors. So far, the branch of the Banque Nationale de Credit (BNC) in the provinces are responsible for the performance of certain tasks on behalf of the BRH.

Inter-American Development Bank  
The Inter-American Development Bank, the oldest and largest regional bank in the world, is the main source of multilateral financing for economic, social and institutional development in Latin America and the Caribbean. Its loans and grants help finance development projects and support strategies to reduce poverty, expand growth, increase trade and investment, promote regional integration, and foster private sector development and modernization of the State.

Capital bank  
Capital Bank is a limited liability company operating under the auspices of the Law of 28 November 1980 regulating banking operations in Haiti. Initially Savings Bank and Housing operating under the trade name and Credit Bank (BCI), the institution opens its doors on January 23, 1986. On 1 December 1996, the institution adopts its new trade name, Capital Bank SA

The UNIBANK was inaugurated on July 19, 1993 and has become, within 47 months, the 2nd bank Haiti. She revolutionized the Haitian banking market through its new products, its concern for the quality of customer service, its contribution to the Community. It now offers its services on three fronts serving three geographic segments: the Metropolitan Region of Port-au-Prince, that of the Province, that of compatriots overseas.

Banque de l’Union Haïtienne (BUH)  
The bank empowers individuals, organizations and businesses with our unique services. Diversification being our core strategy; they specialize in Master Card , Travel , Computer Notebooks and an array of other services. Their mission is to provide quality resources.

Scotiabank is one of North America's leading financial institutions and Canada's most international bank. Although our reach is global, our energies are focused on individual customers, employees, and shareholders, and on building a strong community presence. The Bank of Nova Scotia, already showing its strong presence in the Caribbean, opened its first branch in Haiti in November 1972. Scotiabank is proud to be the only Canadian bank operating in Haiti. Through 4 branches, we are pleased to offer a range of retail and commercial services.

Société Générale Haïtienne de Banque d’Épargne et de Logement S.A. (Sogebel)  
The bank was founded on May 24, 1988. An account of Sogebel is a safe investment because the funds used to finance building projects carefully. The accounts at the Sogebel are no service charges if the minimum amount of openness is maintained. Funds are also available for all companies wishing to invest in the acquisition or construction of buildings for commercial or industrial.

Banque Nationale de Crédit  
In recent years, the Banque Nationale de Crédit has climbed and kept at the 3rd largest Banking Institutions in Haiti. This performance reflects the teamwork and collaboration that animates the entire staff, a common vision and a constant concern of the Board members, to present a positive image of the BNC: that of a team that wins. Today, BNC has 37 branches and is based on an organizational structure suited to the requirements of the transfer in progress.