Introducing Electronic Cheque Clearing-
Trinidad and Tobago upgrades to a more efficient exchange.00
BATT responds to 2023 National Budget-
The Bankers’ Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) commends the government in its efforts to close the deficit gap, in FY2022 and more so in FY2023.
De-risking of the Caribbean Banks-
De-risking of the Caribbean banks has been a long-standing and serious issue for the region. The Bankers Association of Trinidad…
Normal Banking hours on Carnival Monday and Tuesday-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad & Tobago (BATT) wishes to advise the public that the banks will operate under normal…
BATT endorses budget’s focus on strengthening resilience for recovery and growth-
The Bankers’ Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) views the 2022 national budget’s focus on institutional building, key sectors’ enablement,…
BATT welcomes its new President- Mr. Richard Downie-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) congratulates Mr. Richard Downie on his appointment as President of the Association,…
BATT works with businesses and customers to bring relief-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) advises that all of its constituent banks continue to work with all customers and acknowledges the difficulties facing all during this very challenging period.
BATT Advisory on withdrawal, redemption & demonetization of $1, $5,$10, $20-
The BATT notes the announcement issued by the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago (CBTT) that with effect from 1st July 2021, it will be calling in the following currency notes- $1, $5, $10, $20 and $50 that bear series dates prior to 2020 (essentially the cotton notes), for the purpose of withdrawing them from circulation.
BATT responds to 2020/2021 National Budget-
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago (BATT) found the 2020/2021 national budget to be responsive towards the challenges facing Trinidad and Tobago, tabled as it was against extraordinarily challenging times.
BATT wishes to advise the public of the unauthorised use of the bank logos of its member banks on the advertisements of “FX operators via social media platforms.
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