Central Bank of Liberia
The Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) was established on October 18, 1999 by an Act of the National Legislature of the Republic of Liberia. It became functional in 2000 and succeeds the National Bank of Liberia (NBL).
International Bank (Liberia) Limited
The International Bank (Liberia) Limited (IB) came into existence out of International Trust Company (ITC) of Liberia. The International Trust company of Liberia was created in 1948 by act of the Liberian Legislature to operate the Liberian Corporate and Maritime programs. In 1960 the ITC cognizant of the need to contribute to the sustainability of the Liberian economy opened a commercial banking department with a commitment to handling customer’s accounts, money transfer, loans and letters of credits.
Global Bank Liberia
Global Bank Liberia Limited was Licensed by the Central Bank of Liberia on Febraury 10, 2005. The Bank majority shareholders are Europeans who have investment interest in Africa and have substantial investment in Liberia.
Liberian Bank for Development & Investment
Mission Provide increased goods and services for the rapidly growing consumption requirements of the economy. Make more profitable use of the bountiful natural and human resources of the country; Provide opportunities for the productive utilization of the savings of the people. Facilitate creation and expansion of Small and Medium scale