BATT & Ro’dey educate 226 primary school students on becoming financially responsible.-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT), in collaboration with the National Financial Education Committee, marked the globally celebrated, Global Money Week 2021 from 22 – 25 March which this year celebrated the theme “Take care of yourself, take care of your money”.00
Update on Customer Facilitation of Exchange of Polymer $100 Note-
BATT remains committed to ensuring the most efficient transition over this period and to providing our clients with the best service possible.
The New Polymer $100 Note-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad & Tobago (BATT) member banks have noted the plan of the Central Bank of Trinidad and
Tobago and the Government to demonetise the existing TTD100 note and transition to a new polymer note.
BATT helps more than 1000 families after flooding-
Following the heavy rains and floods in the month of October, which caused significant damage to communities in south and north-east Trinidad,…
BATT Turns 20-
The Association held its 20th Anniversary at the Trinidad Hyatt Regency Hotel on November 1, 2017. BATT would like to…
Code of Banking Launched-
On Monday 30th October, 2017 the Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago launched a revised version of the Code of…
Bankers Told To Make Public Aware Of Changes To Their Systems-
A call is being made for bankers to ensure while changes are being made to their system, the public is made aware how to use it.
Bankers Association congratulates Anya Schnoor on her new appointment-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) congratulates Anya Schnoor on her new appointment as Executive Vice-President..
Foreign Exchange situation is not improving-
CNC 3 Business Watch: Bankers Association says foreign exchange situation is not improving The Bankers Association is saying it doesn’t…
BATT Annual Report 2017/2018-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago held its 19th Annual General Meeting on 10th August, 2017. Our Annual Report…