CAB IS On The Move

The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) Inc., the recognised voice for the region’s banking and financial services industry, today announced that their secretariat will be moving to a new location. Effective 1 August 2021, the organisation will have its physical headquarters at Bella Rosa, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia. All other contact information remains unchanged.

The move places CAB closer to the head offices for several of the local banks, which fall under its umbrella. The new CAB headquarters will also be in proximity to most of the island’s hotels. With planning already underway for CAB Conference 2021, this will help ease the process of managing logistics for the region’s biggest annual gathering of financial services professionals.

Said CAB CEO, Ms. Wendy Delmar:

“We are excited to relocate to our new offices. This move represents a significant milestone for our organisation. The new space better accommodates our hard-working team and more readily enables us to provide industry-leading support and service to our clients throughout the region. The additional space will help drive innovation and allow us to keep pace with the needs of member banks. This will also further support our objectives in providing additional services such as private meetings and a dedicated training space for members.”

The transition is expected to be seamless, and CAB members and partners will continue to have access to the secretariat throughout. The new address for the CAB secretariat will be reflected on its website, as well as its Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube pages.

Caribbean Association of Banks Inc.
P.O. Box CP 5404
Bella Rosa, Gros Islet, Saint Lucia

Tel: +1 758 4522877
cab@candw.lc

For more information, contact Ms. Wendy Delmar via email at cab@candw.lc

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The Caribbean Association of Banks, Inc. is the representative body and recognized voice for banks and other financial institutions in the Caribbean. We seek to influence policies and legislation which impact the sector by advocating on our members’ behalf and participating in the global network of similar institutions.

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