ACB Caribbean is Here – Simply Smarter Banking

St. John’s, Antigua, Friday March 19th, 2021: Today, customers can step into the new look Antigua Commercial Bank (ACB) now trading as ACB Caribbean.

The 65 year old financial institution has unveiled its Brand Evolution to the people of Antigua & Barbuda. In spite of the modern and fresh new image, the organization has not lost sight of its long standing legacy of deeply rooted Corporate Responsibility. The financial institution has generously contributed $100,000 XCD to the ongoing Vaccination Programme of the Government of Antigua & Barbuda.

In a handover ceremony at the Office of the Prime Minster on Friday March 19th, ACB Caribbean’s General Manager, Ms. Joanna Charles, remarked: ”ACB Caribbean is an indigenous financial powerhouse with years of generating wealth for the citizens of Antigua & Barbuda. We are known for our versatile and customized products and services, and our ongoing commitment to those we serve. In keeping with that legacy, I am proud to present the Government of Antigua & Barbuda with a cheque for $100,000.00 XCD today.”

The Honourable Prime Minster Gaston Browne, received the donation and expressed thanks and congratulations to Ms. Charles and the Management and Staff of ACB. “It is with thanks I accept this generous donation from ACB Caribbean. It is a significant contribution towards our efforts in keeping the people of Antigua & Barbuda safe during the pandemic. ACB Caribbean is an example for all corporate citizens in Antigua & Barbuda, showing that their focus is not solely on corporate profitability, but also giving back to the communities in which they operate. Congratulations to you on your timely Brand Evolution as you expand into the OECS with the acquisition of the assets of RBC in Antigua & Barbuda and shareholding interest in RBTT Grenada.”

The Bank’s goal is to take ACB Caribbean into the next century by using cutting-edge technology to drive its digital Banking mandate with a responsive and innovative suite of services, including online banking and a cutting edge website. These changes allow the organisation to adapt to the changing times and continuously provide Simply Smarter Banking solutions.

This brand refresh will expand to ACB Mortgage & Trust Company Limited and the soon to be acquired Royal Bank of Canada/ RBTT operations in Antigua and Grenada.

ABOUT ACB Caribbean

Antigua Commercial Bank Ltd., now trading as ACB Caribbean as at March 22, 2021, is the largest indigenous commercial bank in Antigua & Barbuda, with an asset base of over one billion Eastern Caribbean Dollars.

Incorporated on October 20, 1955, Antigua Commercial Bank Ltd. became the country’s first indigenous financial institution and public company and has since cemented its leading position within the Banking Industry of Antigua and Barbuda.

The Bank’s operations started on January 3, 1956, at its first location on Newgate Street in St. John’s and has expanded to its Head Office location on Thames & St. Mary’s Streets, St. John’s, modern facilities, that stand as a symbol of strength within the community.

Established in 1987, its wholly owned subsidiary, ACB Mortgage & Trust Company Limited, continues to be the leading mortgage company operating within the State, known for its commitment to excellent customer service. Other service facilities include the ACB Loans Centre, Village Walk Branch and Barbuda Agency.

ACB Caribbean, with its 65 years of distinguished service, is a proud corporate citizen, and is actively involved in the development of culture, sports, community development and education in the communities in which we operate.

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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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