CAB CEO and Director Forum on De-Risking
Against the background of the events that had taken place around the issue of de-risking by Correspondent Banks, the Board of Directors of the CAB felt it was necessary to bring members together under one forum to plan the way forward for dealing with the De-risking issue. While there had been advocacy at various levels ranging from CAB, CARICOM, OAS, the World Bank, FATF, and similar bodies, this clear and present danger called for a different response by Respondent banks.
The first CEO Forum meeting on De-Risking took place in April 2016, in Miami. CEO’s, Directors, and Compliance Professionals from regional banks together with Technical Service Providers, a US Legal Representative and a potential provider of Correspondent Banking services came together, to explore potential solutions and develop a set of actions in response to this threat.
CAB Scholarship Program
As part of its strategic purpose to strengthen the Caribbean’s financial services sector, the CAB launched its Banking Scholarship Program to the employees of its members at its 39th AGM & Conference in Jamaica, on 14th November 2012. The scholarship entailed a UWI scholarship in BSc. Banking and Finance, valued at US$10,000, to be undertaken at the UWI Open Campus…learn more
CAB CEO Ms. Wendy Delmar chats with some of the women making strides in the Caribbean financial services sector. Lady Leadership is a CAB interview series highlighting the work of Caribbean women in banking, and providing deep insights into their lives, how they continue making a difference to their organisations, and to the communities in which they live and work.