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First Citizens Bank (Trinidad and Tobago)

For the bank headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, see First Citizens BancShares. For the bank headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, see First Citizens Bank of South Carolina.

First Citizens is a bank based in Trinidad and Tobago. First Citizens has assets of over TT$38 billion, 25 branches in Trinidad and three in Tobago and five in Barbados. It also has a representative office in Costa Rica, which handles its Latam business. It wholly owns First Citizens (St. Lucia) Limited, which it established as an offshore financial vehicle for the Bank and its subsidiaries and also to conduct selected banking and financial service operations in the Caribbean Region. The Group's Chief Executive Officer is Karen Darbasie and the office of Group Chief Financial Officer is held by Shiva Manraj. There are two deputy CEO's, Jason Julien (Business Generation) and Sterling Frost (Operations and Administration). Lindi Ballah Tull is the Group's Corporate Secretary and head of the legal department.

History[edit]

The Birth of First Citizens Bank[edit]

On September 13, 1993 the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago merged three government-owned entities, National Commercial Bank (NCB), the Trinidad Co-operative Bank (TCB), and the Workers' Bank to form First Citizens Bank.

  • NCB formally commenced business in 1970. Bank of Montreal sold its branch and operations in Trinidad and Tobago, which it had acquired from Bank of London and Montreal, to the government, which used the acquisition as the foundation for National Commercial Bank. National Commercial Bank was the first truly locally owned, controlled and operated commercial bank in Trinidad and Tobago. It eventually grew its branch network to cover the entire country.
  • TCB, founded in 1914 as a co-operative savings and loans institution, pioneered the provision of consumer finance and home mortgages for the then working-class of Port of Spain.
  • Workers Bank, which commenced operations in 1971, had its roots in the trade union and credit union movements, and helped develop the home mortgage market.

In a strange twist of fate, all three institutions ran into severe financial difficulties to varying degrees between 1986 and 1992 resulting in a Government takeover of all three entities. In what was considered a bold, even absurd move[according to whom?], in 1993 the Government of Trinidad and Tobago merged all three banks into one, and First Citizens Bank was born.

The Early Years[edit]

Given the history of the previous three entities, not many people gave First Citizens Bank much hope of survival and felt that it was only a matter of time before the institution folded. However, by its first birthday, the Bank was able to declare a consolidated profit and had reduced the loan portfolio in arrears to 33% by August 1994 (it had been 62% in September 1993). Other significant initiatives in its early years were:

  • The Bank pioneered the Visa Gold International Credit Card and implemented the first phase of an information technology system which would push the Bank ahead in customer service.
  • Despite the internal troubles, the Bank was making progress. The operating income of the group grew, all 24 ATM machines were replaced, the Bank introduced the country’s only real-time corporate cash management system (MIDAS) and eight branches were renovated and the staff complement was reduced from 1300 to 950.
  • In 1996, against the backdrop of a growing economy, the Bank continued to improve in performance. In 1995 it made a loss of $11M and in 1996 it made a profit of $18M. In 1997 the figure was $40M. In the public’s mind however, First Citizens was the Bank that had been created from three failed institutions. In 1997 the Bank underwent a transformation program to overhaul its management procedures and culture.
  • Between 1996 and 2003 the Bank increased its profits from $40M to $233M, dramatically reduced its non-performing loan portfolio, slashed overhead ratios, pioneered and upgraded electronic technology and gained international accolades. Step by step, management rebuilt and strengthened the organisation. After 10 years, the Bank had doubled its asset base to US$1B and grown its profits by 1000 percent.
  • By 2004, it had overtaken Scotiabank, the third largest Bank in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2006 the Bank had shrunk its non-performing loans to 0.8%, the lowest in the sector.
  • In May 2012, Butterfield Bank announced that it reached an agreement to sell its wholly owned Barbados subsidiary, Butterfield Bank (Barbados) Limited, to First Citizens Bank. Pending regulatory approval, the sale is expected to be finalized in the third quarter of 2012.

First Citizens Group[edit]

Established in 1993, the First Citizens Group comprises:

  • First Citizens Bank Limited
  • First Citizens Asset Management Limited
  • First Citizens Trustee Services Limited
  • First Citizens (St. Lucia) Limited
  • First Citizens Financial Services (St. Lucia) Limited
  • First Citizens Securities Trading Limited
  • First Citizens Investment Services Limited
  • First Citizens Investment Services (Barbados) Limited

The First Citizens Asset Management team manages a range of mutual funds and several major pension fund plans, with funds under management at approximately $11.1 billion. Another subsidiary, the Trustee Services Company increased its revenue generating capability and also increased its fee income from $21.0 million in 2010 to $22.3 million in 2011.

Financials[edit]

For the financial year ended September 30, 2011, the First Citizens Group showed an increase in profit after tax of $718.2 million. The Group’s Asset base increased from $29.5 billion to $31.2 billion and in spite of the general deceleration in the local economy, the Group’s gross loan base grew from $8.8 billion to $9.0 billion. In the year under review the Group successfully issued a US$175 million bond on the international capital market which was significantly oversubscribed. Standard & Poor's and Moody’s also re-affirmed First Citizens investment grade ratings of BBB+/A2 and Baa1/A1 respectively.

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Источник: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Citizens_Bank_(Trinidad_and_Tobago)

SECRETARY BLINKEN:  Good morning, everyone.  Thank you very much, Vice President Koroma.  Thank you for the very kind introduction, but thank you especially for your leadership here at ECOWAS – not just today, but every single day.  And it’s very good to be here at ECOWAS, which makes vital contributions across the region to economic integration, security, democracy, climate, health, and more.

And it’s great to be back in Abuja on, indeed, my first trip to sub-Saharan Africa as U.S. Secretary of State.

The “Giant of Africa” is an apt nickname for Nigeria, because this country looms large.

Your strengths are undeniable – a dynamic democracy, a robust economy, and a very powerful civil society.

The challenges you face are undeniable as well – including the disruption and insecurity caused by terrorism and armed groups.

Then there’s Nigeria’s cultural influence.

People everywhere listen to afrobeats; they read Wole Soyinka and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; they watch Nollywood movies; they cheer for Nigerian athletes; they eat jollof rice.  (Laughter.)

Now, I know there’s a fierce rivalry among West African countries about who makes the best jollof – well, I’m a diplomat, so I’m going to steer very clear of that one.  (Laughter.)

But in short, what happens here in Nigeria is felt around the world.

And that – in a nutshell – is why I’ve come to Abuja.

The United States knows that, on most of the urgent challenges and opportunities we face, Africa will make the difference.  We can’t achieve our goals around the world – whether that’s ending the COVID-19 pandemic, building a strong and inclusive global economy, combating the climate crisis, or revitalizing democracy and defending human rights – without the leadership of African governments, institutions, and citizens.

Countries like Nigeria are not just global leaders, they are increasingly prominent around the world beyond this region, and they’re deserving of a prominent seat wherever the most consequential issues are discussed.

Institutions like the African Union, ECOWAS, SADC, IGAD should play a larger role – and they should have a greater voice in global debates.

The United States firmly believes that it’s time to stop treating Africa as a subject of geopolitics – and start treating it as the major geopolitical player it has become.

The facts speak for themselves.

This is a continent of young people – energized, innovative, hungry for jobs and opportunity.  By 2025, more than half the population of Africa will be under age 25.  By the year 2050, one in four people on Earth will be African.  And Nigeria will surpass the United States as the third most populous country in the world.

Africa is poised to become one of the world’s most important economic regions.  When the 54-country African Continental Free Trade Area is fully implemented, it will comprise the fifth-largest economic bloc in the world, representing a huge source of jobs, consumers, innovation, and power to shape the global economy.

As we work to end the COVID-19 pandemic and strengthen global health security, we must work closely with the countries of Africa to build public health systems here that can prevent, detect, and respond to future emergencies – because as these past two years have taught us, none of us are completely protected unless all of us are protected.

As the urgency of the climate crisis grows, our focus will increasingly be on Africa – to solve an emergency that threatens our collective security, our economies, and our health.  Here, where the potential for renewable energy is greater than anywhere else on the planet, we see not only the stakes of this crisis but also – also its solutions.

At this moment of testing for democracy around the world, we see across Africa a microcosm of what democracies can achieve – as well as the challenges that they must overcome.

And as we debate how to govern the use of technologies to ensure they strengthen democracies – not undermine them – the choices that governments, industries, and innovators make here will affect people’s rights and freedoms everywhere for a long time to come.

For all these reasons and more, I believe Africa will shape the future – and not just the future of the African people but of the world.

That’s why I’m here this week, visiting three countries that are democracies, engines of economic growth, climate leaders, drivers of innovation.

We’ve just come from Kenya, where we announced a new initiative to help more people get vaccinated against COVID-19; committed for the first time to join negotiations on a global agreement to combat ocean plastic pollution; and launched a project with National Geographic to empower young people across Africa fighting against the climate crisis.

Here in Nigeria, we marked the signing of a $2.1 billion development assistance agreement that supports our collaboration in the fundamentals: in health, in education, agriculture, good governance.  Later today, I’ll visit the “Innov8” start-up hub, to meet some of the inventors and founders who embody Nigeria’s entrepreneurial drive.

And then in Senegal, I will join four U.S. companies signing agreements to collaborate with the Senegalese Government on infrastructure projects; visit the Institut Pasteur de Dakar, which is working toward COVID vaccine production with American support and investment; and meet with women tech and business leaders, because women are a powerful force for growth and innovation – in Senegal and everywhere.

My trip reflects the breadth and depth of our partnerships in Africa – how we’re working together to find innovative solutions to new challenges, and how we’re investing in long-term sources of strength, rather than short-term fixes.

Now, I know I’m hardly the first American secretary of state to come to Africa and promise different and better engagement.  Too many times, the countries of Africa have been treated as junior partners – or worse – rather than equal ones.  Too often, we ask our partners to help uphold and defend an international system that they don’t feel fully reflects their needs and aspirations.  And we’re sensitive to centuries of colonialism, slavery, exploitation that have left painful legacies that endure today.

I also know that many countries across the region are wary of the strings that come with more engagement, and fear that in a world of sharper rivalries among major powers, countries will be forced to choose.  So I want to be clear – the United States doesn’t want to limit your partnerships with other countries.  We want to make your partnerships with us even stronger.  We don’t want to make you choose.  We want to give you choices.

Together, we can deliver real benefits to our people, on the issues that matter most to them.

To start, here today I want to address five areas of common interest: global health, the climate crisis, inclusive economic growth, democracy, and peace and security.

First, we must end the COVID-19 pandemic and “build back better” before the next global health emergency.

The United States is making good on our commitment to provide COVID vaccines to the world.

This week, we hit a new milestone: 250 million doses delivered worldwide.  By next spring, that number will be well over 1 billion donated doses.  We’ve also announced that we’ll significantly ramp up our vaccine manufacturing capacity, to meet global need.

We’ve provided more than 50 million doses to 43 African countries, and more are on the way – all of this – all of this with no political strings attached.

We’ve given more than $1.9 billion in COVID-related assistance, for urgent needs like emergency food and other humanitarian support.

And the new public-private partnership, the Global COVID Corps, will connect American businesses with countries that need logistical help with the so-called “last mile” – turning vaccine doses into actual shots in arms.

Kenya will be the first country to partner with the Global COVID Corps, and we plan for it to be the first of many.

We’re following the lead of the African Union.  When the numbers of vaccines coming to Africa didn’t come close to meeting the need, the African Union stepped forward.  It made a plan to buy and distribute doses – and the United States supported it.

We’re also supporting countries like South Africa and Senegal in their work to manufacture vaccines themselves, and we want to invest more in efforts like these, because increasing vaccine production in Africa makes it easier to distribute them, which saves lives.

Likewise, the Africa CDC has been a vital partner throughout the pandemic.  And we hope other regions will see the success of the Africa CDC and create their own centers for disease control, because a global network of regional CDCs would put the world on stronger footing for the future.

This pandemic has revealed how vulnerable all of us are.  We have to seize the opportunity to strengthen global health security.  On this, the United States and the countries of Africa are uniquely well-positioned to lead, because we’ve spent decades working together to improve health across the continent.

PEPFAR, for example, has saved millions of lives, brought the world to the edge of the first AIDS-free generation – and transformed public health infrastructure, including here in Nigeria, where the investments we made years ago in labs and clinics formed the backbone of this nation’s COVID response.

We know how to do this work together.  Let’s take on the challenge of global health security – for the sake of our countries and countries around the world that will be safer if we act and we lead.

Second, we have to step up our response to the climate crisis.

Its catastrophic impacts are evident across the continent – in drought, deforestation, failing crops, floods, advancing deserts, food insecurity, competition for resources, economic losses, migration.  Lake Chad was a vital source of water, food, livelihoods for people for centuries.  Now it’s almost gone – shrunk to one-twentieth the size that it was 60 years ago.  If you look at the satellite photographs, they’re dramatic.

And the fact that Africa is bearing this burden despite being responsible for only a small fraction of the emissions that caused the crisis in the first place makes it critical that developed countries – including the United States – do much more to support Africa against this threat.

Now, a few weeks ago, President Biden launched the President’s Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience.  He’ll work with our Congress to allocate $3 billion every year by 2024 to finance climate adaptation projects around the world.  It’s the largest commitment ever made by the United States to reduce the impact of climate change on those most endangered by it.

As part of this plan, we will support the Africa Adaptation Initiative – launched by heads of state across Africa six years ago – and especially their accelerator program, which aims to plan and finance infrastructure that’s energy-efficient and resilient to climate change.

We’ll continue our work with the African Union and other regional partners on climate-smart investments in agriculture, protecting forests, and improving climate education.

And to reduce emissions – while also creating jobs and increasing access to affordable energy – the United States and our partners across Africa are making major strides in clean energy.

Through our Power Africa program, we’ve connected more than 25 million homes and businesses across the continent to electricity, 80 percent of which is based on renewables.  We’re helping advance the Mega Solar partnership to develop Africa’s largest solar farm – a joint project by Botswana and Namibia, along with international finance institutions.  Our own Development Finance Corporation supports renewable energy across Africa, including a solar project here in Nigeria, wind farms in Senegal and Kenya.

These ventures could be just the start of our partnerships in so-called “green tech” – the industries and infrastructure of a low-carbon, climate-resilient future – everything from solar panels to electric bikes and cars to sustainable shipping.

It’s a huge opportunity to boost economic competitiveness, to strengthen supply-chain resilience, to create jobs, to drive innovation.

Just look at what Nigeria has done in “financial tech” – with electronic payments, cryptocurrency, digital banking.  And imagine what we could achieve together in building our green economic future.

Vanessa Nakate, the Ugandan climate activist, gave an urgent plea in Glasgow last week to world leaders, when she said that young people don’t believe our climate promises anymore.

“Prove us wrong,” she urged.  Well, let’s meet that challenge together.

Third, we must build a more stable and inclusive global economy.

The COVID-19 pandemic is not only a health crisis; it’s an economic crisis as well.  We must rebuild – and we must build back better.

The United States has supported Africa’s economic resilience throughout the pandemic – for example, by backing the suspension of debt for 32 African countries to date and getting more capital flowing to your economies.

Looking ahead, we want to help create the kind of opportunity that doesn’t benefit only the well-off but creates good jobs for people at every income level and lays the foundation for more inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth for years to come.

That’s why we admire the African Union’s Green Recovery Action Plan, particularly its emphasis on climate finance.

The Prosper Africa initiative aims to increase two-way trade and investment.  Our Africa Growth and Opportunity Act – known as AGOA – provides duty-free access to American markets, and we’re working to make sure African countries take full advantage of it.

We welcome the African Continental Free Trade Area, because we want to see Africa’s economic power in the world grow.  More consumers should gain access to African goods and services.  More jobs must be created for Africa’s young people – the global workforce of the future.

And together, we can help shape the rules of the world economy – to ensure that the benefits of trade are widely shared and do a better job of protecting our workers, our innovation, and our planet.  The Global Minimum Tax, which 130 countries have agreed to, is a strong step in the right direction; it will raise billions in revenues for countries and end the global race to the bottom that had corporations moving from one place to another to pay as little in taxes as they could.

Finally, our commitment to inclusive growth is behind our Build Back Better World initiative, which aims to help close the global infrastructure gap.

The need is staggering – it’ll cost trillions of dollars a year to close that gap.  But we have to act, because infrastructure needs are holding back growth and opportunity in too many places.  By meeting those needs, we can improve people’s lives, strengthen economies, and protect the planet at the same time.

Now, just as important as the “what” is the “how.”

Our approach will be sustainable, it will be transparent, it will be values-driven.

We want to create local jobs and benefit local communities.  We support anti-corruption and transparency measures, so leaders and citizens can evaluate whether deals made on their behalf really are worth it.  And we want to protect workers and the environment.

Too often, international infrastructure deals are opaque, coercive; they burden countries with unmanageable debt; they’re environmentally destructive; they don’t always benefit the people who actually live there.

We will do things differently.

Now, anyone who spends time in Lagos, the Western Cape, Nairobi, knows that optimism,  innovation, and the sheer drive of people across Africa, especially young people, is plain to see.

Americans know something about that kind of ambition and that kind of ingenuity.

That’s why I think we’re natural economic partners – and why we should take our engagement much further.

Fourth, we must strengthen democracy.

This is a critical moment.

Authoritarianism is on the rise around the world.  Technology is being used to silence dissent and prosecute citizens – and democracies must answer the call to fight back against disinformation, stand up for internet freedom, reduce the misuse of surveillance technology, establish standards of responsible conduct in cyberspace.

Meanwhile, governments are becoming less transparent.  Corruption is growing.  In many places, elections are flashpoints for violence.  And the pandemic has accelerated many of these trends.

We see this happening across Africa – leaders ignoring term limits, rigging or postponing elections, exploiting social grievances to gain and maintain power, arresting opposition figures, cracking down on the media, and allowing security services to enforce pandemic restrictions with brutality.

Many Africans are now living under at least partially authoritarian governments.

And militaries have taken over civilian governments four times this year; that’s the highest number in four decades.

There are good news stories about democracy in Africa, too.

Niger, which had its first-ever peaceful transfer of power this year.  Or Zambia, where the opposition party won elections, something few believed would be allowed to happen.  Citizens there woke up long before dawn, some sleeping all night at polling stations, to make sure that they could vote.  And even in places where democracy is under duress, it’s inspiring to see people courageously raising their voices and calling for change – like the citizens marching in the streets in cities across Sudan to restore the civilian-led transition.

Still, the recession of democracy in many places in Africa cannot be denied.  And it is not – it is not the will of the people.  Survey after survey in countries across the continent show that the people of Africa – be they Ghanaian or Zambian or Ugandan or Tanzanian – support democracy.

When given the choice between multiparty elections or strong-man rule, one-party states, or military control, they choose multiparty elections.

That makes it all the more important that leaders show leadership and stop the democratic backsliding that is wiping away their citizens’ aspirations.

Now, I want to emphasize that democratic backsliding is not just an African problem.  It’s a global problem.  My own country is struggling with threats to our democracy.  And the solutions to those threats will come as much from Africa as from anywhere.

We need countries from every part of the world to share best practices, to make public pledges, to hold each other accountable.  And we need to show how democracies can deliver what citizens want, quickly and effectively.  When we fail to do that, people lose their trust in the democratic model, and that fuels the arguments that authoritarian governments make – that their system is better.

Now, that’s exactly the idea behind the Summit for Democracy that President Biden will host next month, and we very much look forward to Nigeria’s participation.

Together, we must vow to fight what former President Obama called “the cancer of corruption,” which drains billions of dollars from economies while undermining people’s dignity and gutting their faith in the system.

We have to protect free and flourishing civil societies, which give citizens a peaceful means to express grievances and to push for change.

And we have to relentlessly defend human rights, which are the foundation of free, just, and stable societies.

Americans and Africans share a yearning to live in places where their rights are respected, their voices are heard, their governments answer to them and deliver for them.  Working together, we can support democracy, in our countries and around the world.

Fifth, we must advance lasting security and peace.

We know that instability and insecurity are at the top of nearly every Nigerian’s mind.  The same can be said for people in Ethiopia, Somalia, Mozambique, Cameroon, Mali, Niger, and other countries across the continent.  The threats posed by violent extremists, by criminals, internal armed conflict – these threats are very real, and so present in people’s lives.  So is their potential to destabilize nations and regions, to undermine development, to ignite humanitarian disasters.

Part of the answer is effective and professional security forces and local law enforcement that can protect citizens while respecting human rights.  And many of our partners across Africa want to build their capacities in these areas.

But tackling the root causes of conflict is just as important – maybe even more important.  Not everything can be solved with more or better-equipped armed forces.  And attempts to address violent extremism have at times had the perverse effect of violating people’s rights, contributing to grievances, and furthering cycles of violence.

We urge governments to contribute to and commit to criminal justice and security sector approaches that respect rights, as well as greater accountability for abuses, which is critical for earning the public’s trust.

We think we can achieve better results in confronting insecurity if we work together to expand economic opportunity, especially for young people and others who might be drawn into criminal activity out of desperation, out of a feeling that they have no other choice.

And to resolve conflicts, we stand ready to support swift and sustained diplomacy with national leaders; with regional organizations; with international allies and partners’ citizens – including women, who must always be at the table when peace is negotiated; and also with international institutions, including the United Nations.

That’s what’s happening right now with the crises and conflicts in Ethiopia, Sudan, and Somalia.  African leaders and institutions have stepped up to steer the diplomatic response.  African diplomats are leading engagement at the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the African Development Bank.  The United States is using our diplomacy in all the ways we can to support these efforts.

So I’ve covered a little bit of ground.  But everything I’ve said can be boiled down to this: the United States wants to strengthen our partnerships across Africa in ways that serve your interests, our interests, and the interests of people worldwide whose lives and futures depend in part on what we can achieve together.

And as a sign of our commitment to our partnerships across the continent, President Biden intends to host the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit to drive the kind of high-level diplomacy and engagement that can transform relationships and make effective cooperation possible.

I said at the start that Africa is a continent of young people.  I’ve met a few of them on this trip.  Many of the issues I’ve mentioned today will help unleash their potential, by creating new opportunities for them to lead, to learn, to build careers, to serve their communities, to achieve their dreams.

One of my favorite examples of partnership between the United States and Africa is YALI – the Young African Leaders Initiative.  It creates educational exchanges and networking opportunities for extraordinary young people across Africa.  I’ve been lucky enough to meet with many YALI fellows and alumni – and I always walk away dazzled.

They’re starting social enterprises, helping people get vaccinated, studying agriculture and counseling at-risk teenagers, working in governments and writing for newspapers, creating art and using it to forge connections in Africa and around the world.

They are – quite simply – unstoppable.

Our charge now is to take a page from their book.

Let’s channel their optimism and their energy as we meet today’s challenges and opportunities together.

Let’s build the future that young people in all of our countries want and deserve.

Thank you so very much for listening.  (Applause.)

Источник: https://www.state.gov/the-united-states-and-africa-building-a-21st-century-partnership/

A Closer Look at Digital-Forward Bank Customers and Digital Laggards

The following is an excerpt from our paperCreating More Digital-Forward Customers, written to help financial institutions improve digital adoption among customers.

A bank customer's TrueDigital Quotient is the measure of their success in completing the desired action through digital means. Knowing this number for each customer is essential to being able to meet their needs.

But that's just part of the picture when it comes to digital adoption. Your customers -- even those with similar TrueDigital Quotients -- aren't all the same. Their individual behaviors, particularly how they engage with your digital offerings and tools, can be observed and used to sort them into groups or digital segments.

It's in knowing both a customer's TrueDigital Quotient and their digital segment that financial institutions are able to elevate the service provided and meet each customer exactly where they are to help enable digital adoption.

The 3 Broad Digital Segments

There is significant variation in the types of actions and transactions customer groups carry out via digital channels. Some customers only use online or mobile banking for basic actions, such as checking an account balance, making a mobile check deposit or transferring money, but they generally prefer to interact with their bank via human channels. Gallup calls these customers, along with customers who never interact digitally, digital laggards.

On the other end of the spectrum, digital-forwardcustomers turn to digital channels as their first choice for all of their basic banking and the majority of their complex banking, such as opening or closing an account, applying for a loan, or resolving a problem or issue. Digital-forward customers typically only use human channels if they can't complete their intended action in a digital channel.

The remaining customers in the middle of the spectrum tend to use digital for many of their basic and complex banking needs but tend to turn to human channels as the complexity of their needs or actions increases.

  1. Digital laggards: Customers who never interact digitally or only use digital occasionally for basic banking and prefer human channels for most actions.
  2. Digital-forward customers: Those who use digital channels for basic and complex actions and rarely use human channels.
  3. Middle customers: Those who use a mix of digital and human channels for their basic and complex actions.

Two-thirds of customers at banks in the top quartile of digital adoption are digital-forward -- nearly none are digital laggards. Banks in the bottom quartile of digital adoption, however, average 13% digital-forward customers and 18% digital laggards. Across the industry, the typical bank or credit union has a significant opportunity to increase digital use with seven in 10 customers.

Custom graphic. Among industry leaders, 80% of customers are digital forward. Among top-quartile financial institutions, 66% are digital forward. Among average institutions, 31% are digital forward, and among bottom-quartile financial institutions, 13% are digital forward.

Not every digital-forward, middle or laggard customer looks the same. Gallup partners with its clients to break down those three broad categories into more nuanced customer segments to help leaders prioritize their focus and actions.

Banks should know what percentage of their customers are in each segment and focus on eliminating digital laggards and shifting customers' behavior toward greater digital utilization.

So how should banks go about creating more digital-forward customers? First, let's discuss the challenges that leaders and banks must overcome.

Common Challenges That Prevent Human Channels From Optimizing Digital Adoption

Gallup's work with banking clients has uncovered six areas in which banks struggle to accelerate digital adoption through human channels: culture, change leadership, infrastructure, analytics, decision-making and journeys/proficiency.

1. Culture

  • Common challenges: underuse of employees to drive digital adoption; lack of alignment among leaders and business units
  • Insights: human ("touch") channels are three times more effective in driving digital awareness than direct; four in 10 employees know what their company stands for and what makes the brand different from competitors

2. Change leadership

  • Common challenges: significant variation in digital adoption between markets/key segments; expectations, scorecards and incentives don't support digital adoption
  • Insights: focus should be on how there's often a 20% to 30% difference in digitally active customers between markets

3. Infrastructure

  • Common challenges: reliably creating core digital and feature adoption at scale; lack of a digital enablement organization to connect digital with lines of business and divisions
  • Insights: less than half of banking customers say their bank made them aware of the digital tools they could use; only 39% said their bank communicated how to use the tools

4.Analytics

  • Common challenges: knowing which customers can and will adopt digital offerings; quantifying the value of a digitally engaged customer (cost and lifetime value)
  • Insights: top banks in digital adoption have more than twice the number of digital-forward customers than average banks do

5. Decision-making

  • Common challenges: unclear decision-making authority; competing priorities along with misalignment between digital and other lines of business
  • Insights: six in 10 employees say they don't have the materials and equipment they need to do their job right (e.g., decision-making authority, access to knowledge or resources, expertise)

6. Journeys/Proficiency

  • Common challenges: focus on attempts but not proficiency; inconsistent experience between channels
  • Insights: customers complete three in four complex actions through human channels; only 17% of banking customers are extremely satisfied with all the channels they use

Based on our client engagements in financial services, Gallup recommends that banks create their Digital Culture and Enablement Infrastructure by implementing four pillars to accelerate digital adoption through human channels. Gallup helps banks operationalize each pillar and optimize the collaboration within and across pillars to achieve real scale and impact:

  • governance
  • change leadership and execution
  • digital enablement
  • analytics and impact

Learn more about the four pillars and how to navigate common challenges to drive digital adoption:

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Anson Vuong is a Senior Managing Consultant at Gallup.

Andrew Robertson is a Managing Consultant at Gallup.

Jessica Schatz contributed to this article.

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On October 25, Nigeria became the first country in Africa to introduce a digital currency, with the launch of the eNaira. It has been touted as a “game changer” that will transform commerce in the continent’s largest economy. Users can access the eNaira through a mobile app, which offers a digital wallet that connects to a user’s bank account. Transactions are primarily completed by sharing and scanning QR codes or a short payment code that is unique for each transfer. Users without a bank account can register for an eNaira wallet, but they are restricted to a maximum of 50,000 naira ($120) worth of transactions daily — banked users can go up to 500,000 naira ($1,200). 

While the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been championing the naira’s new incarnation — which has the same value as the regular currency — its introduction has not been smooth, and local financial industry insiders have questioned the practical need for a digital currency in a currently struggling economy. More significantly, senior officials at CBN and in the Nigerian presidency, who spoke to Rest of World on condition of anonymity, have privately expressed some of the same concerns. 

Serious talk of a central bank digital currency (CBDC), which would go on to be called the eNaira, started barely three months after the CBN banned cryptocurrency trading in February. When he announced it on May 26, Godwin Emefiele, governor of the CBN, said the eNaira will improve access to financial services for many of the country’s unbanked population — 55% of adult Nigerians. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was also designed to simplify payments of government stimulus packages to struggling citizens and improve the process of receiving international remittances, while reducing the cost of transactions. 

But analysts and market watchers who spoke to Rest of World said the key advantage a digital currency might have had for moving funds in and out of Nigeria is undermined with the eNaira by a lack of transparency in the multi-rate foreign exchange system managed by the central bank, even as the national currency steadily loses value against the U.S. dollar. These issues with multiple exchange rates have put several companies in distress and pushed Nigerians to use informal cash-based transactions and increasingly rely on cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and stablecoins.

“The only reason to use the eNaira over cryptocurrency would be trust in the government, and that trust has been eroded for many,” said Adedeji Owonibi, CEO of Convexity, a blockchain consultancy in a research paper published last month by Chainalysis.

Nigeria is among seven countries, and the first outside the Caribbean, to have launched a central bank–issued digital currency. Over 80% of the world’s central banks are looking into some form of CBDC; 17 are now in the pilot stage with their digital currencies.

But many Nigerian central bank officials are still deeply divided over the eNaira. There are concerns about its implementation so far and even questions about the need for its existence, according to two CBN officials who spoke to Rest of World

The CBN chose a little-known technical partner from Barbados to develop the eNaira. Emefiele said in mid-September that the company, Bitt Inc., was selected after a “rigorous selection process” in line with Nigeria’s procurement laws. He added that 10 companies were evaluated as part of the process.

Bitt similarly told Rest of World via email that it went through “multiple stages of presentations, solution walk-throughs, the provision of a demo system, a detailed technical evaluation, and thorough vetting of company personnel” before being offered the contract.

One advantage Bitt may have over competitors is that its system is designed to build digital currencies using blockchain technology, an executive at a North American CBDC company told Rest of World. The company, which had also been interested in bidding for the eNaira project, according to the executive, had not been made aware of a formal “request for proposal” process from CBN.

“The selection process was not transparent,” said the rival executive, who declined to be named, to protect his company. “It seemed to me they had already decided on a technology partner before the process ever began.” 

The selection of Bitt was further called into question after a September 17 press briefing held by Emefiele, where he said CBN would hold “a substantial stake” in the tech company and mandate its incorporation in Nigeria. The governor did not give any further details as to how this would work.  

Bitt has raised $31 million in total funding over the course of its eight-year existence. It completed an $11.5 million series B round on October 1 and another $8 million round three weeks later. CBN was neither listed as the lead investor nor a participating investor in the round. The company did not respond to questions about plans to incorporate in Nigeria, but it said, via email: “The CBN is not an investor and does not have a major stake in Bitt.”


Meanwhile, the eNaira’s launch ran into several hurdles. Its planned October 1 rollout was postponed just 24 hours before it was supposed to go live. At the time, a source at a fintech company, with knowledge of the eNaira’s implementation, said many banks had yet to integrate their systems with the digital currency’s mobile wallet.

Then, just two days after the eNaira launched on October 25, CBN officials were alerted that the currency’s app had been taken down from the Google Play store for an undisclosed policy violation. The app had racked up some 100,000 downloads on Android, with over 2,000 reviews and a 2.0-star rating. It was back up in the store the next day, after frantic messages were exchanged between Nigeria’s regulators and Google Play store managers.

Since then, three weeks after the rollout of the digital currency, the eNaira app is now reported to have been installed over 450,000 times, and users had completed over 12,000 transactions worth 62 million naira ($150,100). But it’s a far cry from what was hoped.

The eNaira’s lackluster start stands in stark contrast to the rising popularity of cryptocurrency in Nigeria over the past two years. 

An internal report from one of the country’s big fintech firms, ahead of the eNaira launch, and seen by Rest of World, estimates that eNaira transaction volume will top $20 million by the end of the year and reach $100 million by Q3 2022. At the currency’s official launch, Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, said digital money could add $29 billion to the country’s GDP over the next 10 years.

The eNaira’s lackluster start stands in stark contrast to the popularity of cryptocurrency in Nigeria over the past two years. Crypto has become especially popular for moving funds in and out of the country, circumventing a convoluted forex system. Nigeria has been one of the most active markets for crypto trade globally in the last couple of years. But in February, CBN banned cryptocurrency trading in the country and has tried to clamp down on individual bank accounts involved in peer-to-peer transactions. 

Elsewhere, industry insiders are concerned that the real-time nature and speedy transfers propositions of the eNaira are moot, since the Nigerian financial system has had instant and digital payments for the last decade. “How is it superior to the existing money and payments system?” the CEO of a leading Nigerian bank asked in a message to Rest of World.

Leaders at local fintech startups also question why the banking regulator hastily launched the app rather than fully leveraging partnerships with banks and fintechs to have a better chance of achieving financial inclusion.

Though transaction fees for payments have fallen, in large part thanks to CBN regulation, a senior CBN official believes that they are still too high. He believes that this discourages many of Nigeria’s unbanked population from adopting digital payment solutions. The eNaira would reduce that friction for this segment, said the official.

Despite this uncertainty, digital currency is set to grow, as the CBN tracks and clamps down on bank customers involved in cryptocurrency transactions. But from all indications, the eNaira is here to stay.

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SECRETARY BLINKEN:  Good morning, everyone.  Thank you very much, Vice President Koroma.  Thank you for the very kind introduction, but thank you especially for your leadership here at ECOWAS – not just today, but every single day.  And it’s very good to be here at ECOWAS, which makes vital contributions across the region to economic integration, security, democracy, climate, health, and more.

And it’s great to be back in Abuja on, indeed, my first trip to sub-Saharan Africa as U.S. Secretary of State.

The “Giant of Africa” is an apt nickname for Nigeria, because this country looms large.

Your strengths are undeniable – a dynamic democracy, a robust economy, and a very powerful civil society.

The challenges you face are undeniable as well – including the disruption and insecurity caused by terrorism and armed groups.

Then there’s Nigeria’s cultural influence.

People everywhere listen to afrobeats; they read Wole Soyinka and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie; they watch Nollywood movies; they cheer for Nigerian athletes; they eat jollof rice.  (Laughter.)

Now, I know there’s a fierce rivalry among West African countries about who makes the best jollof – well, I’m a diplomat, so I’m going to steer very clear of that one.  (Laughter.)

But in short, what happens here in Nigeria is felt around the world.

And that – in a nutshell – is why I’ve come to Abuja.

The United States knows that, on most of the urgent challenges and opportunities we face, Africa will make the difference.  We can’t achieve our goals around the world – whether that’s ending the COVID-19 pandemic, building a strong and inclusive global economy, combating the climate crisis, or revitalizing democracy and defending human rights – without the leadership of African governments, institutions, and citizens.

Countries like Nigeria are not just global leaders, they are increasingly prominent around the world beyond this region, and they’re deserving of a prominent seat wherever the most consequential issues are discussed.

Institutions like the African Union, ECOWAS, SADC, IGAD should play a larger role – and they should have a greater voice in global debates.

The United States firmly believes that it’s time to stop treating Africa as a subject of geopolitics – and start treating it as the major geopolitical player it has become.

The facts speak for themselves.

This is a continent of young people – energized, innovative, hungry for jobs and opportunity.  By 2025, more than half the population of Africa will be under age 25.  By the year 2050, one in four people on Earth will be African.  And Nigeria will surpass the United States as the third most populous country in the world.

Africa is poised to become one of the world’s most important economic regions.  When the 54-country African Continental Free Trade Area is fully implemented, it will comprise the fifth-largest economic bloc in the world, representing a huge source of jobs, consumers, innovation, and power to shape the global economy.

As we work to end the COVID-19 pandemic and strengthen global health security, we must work closely with the countries of Africa to build public health systems here that can prevent, detect, and respond to future emergencies – because as these past two years have taught us, none of us are completely protected unless all of us are protected.

As the urgency of the climate crisis grows, our focus will increasingly be on Africa – to solve an emergency that threatens our collective security, our economies, and our health.  Here, where the potential for renewable energy is greater than anywhere else on the planet, we see not only the stakes of this crisis but also – also its solutions.

At this moment of testing for democracy around the world, we see across Africa a microcosm of what democracies can achieve – as well as the challenges that they must overcome.

And as we debate how to govern the use of technologies to ensure they strengthen democracies – not undermine them – the choices that governments, industries, and innovators make here will affect people’s rights and freedoms everywhere for a long time to come.

For all these reasons and more, I believe Africa will shape the future – and not just the future of the African people but of the world.

That’s why I’m here this week, visiting three countries that are democracies, engines of economic growth, climate leaders, drivers of innovation.

We’ve just come from Kenya, where we announced a new initiative to help more people get vaccinated against COVID-19; committed for the first time to join negotiations on a global agreement to combat ocean plastic pollution; and launched a project with National Geographic to empower young people across Africa fighting against the climate crisis.

Here in Nigeria, we marked the signing of a $2.1 billion development assistance agreement that supports our collaboration in the fundamentals: in health, in education, agriculture, good governance.  Later today, I’ll visit the “Innov8” start-up hub, to meet some of the inventors and founders who embody Nigeria’s entrepreneurial drive.

And then in Senegal, I will join four U.S. companies signing agreements to collaborate with the Senegalese Government on infrastructure projects; visit the Institut Pasteur de Dakar, which is working toward COVID vaccine production with American support and investment; and meet with women tech and business leaders, because women are a powerful force for growth and innovation – in Senegal and everywhere.

My trip reflects the breadth and depth of our partnerships in Africa – how we’re working together to find innovative solutions to new challenges, and how we’re investing in long-term sources of strength, rather than short-term fixes.

Now, I know I’m hardly the first American secretary of state to come to Africa and promise different and better engagement.  Too many times, the countries of Africa have been treated as junior partners – or worse – rather than equal ones.  Too often, we ask our partners to help uphold and defend an international system that they don’t feel fully reflects their needs and aspirations.  And we’re sensitive to centuries of colonialism, slavery, exploitation that have left painful legacies that endure today.

I also know that many countries across the region are wary of the strings that come with more engagement, and fear that in a world of sharper rivalries among major powers, countries will be forced to choose.  So I want to be clear – the United States doesn’t want to limit your partnerships with other countries.  We want to make your partnerships with us even stronger.  We don’t want to make you choose.  We want to give you choices.

Together, we can deliver real benefits to our people, on the issues that matter most to them.

To start, here today I want to address five areas of common interest: global health, the climate crisis, inclusive economic growth, democracy, and peace and security.

First, we must end the COVID-19 pandemic and “build back better” before the next global health emergency.

The United States is making good on our commitment to provide COVID vaccines to the world.

This week, we hit a new milestone: 250 million doses delivered worldwide.  By next spring, that number will be well over 1 billion donated doses.  We’ve also announced that we’ll significantly ramp up our vaccine manufacturing capacity, to meet global need.

We’ve provided more than 50 million doses to 43 African countries, and more are on the way – all of this – all of this with no political strings attached.

We’ve given more than $1.9 billion in COVID-related assistance, for urgent needs like emergency food and other humanitarian support.

And the new public-private partnership, the Global COVID Corps, will connect American businesses with countries that need logistical help with the so-called “last mile” – turning vaccine doses into actual shots in arms.

Kenya will be the first country to partner with the Global COVID Corps, and we plan for it to be the first of many.

We’re following the lead of the African Union.  When the numbers of vaccines coming to Africa didn’t come close to meeting the need, the African Union stepped forward.  It made a plan to buy and distribute doses – and the United States supported it.

We’re also supporting countries like South Africa and Senegal in their work to manufacture vaccines themselves, and we want to invest more in efforts like these, because increasing vaccine production in Africa makes it easier to distribute them, which saves lives.

Likewise, the Africa CDC has been a vital partner throughout the pandemic.  And we hope other regions will see the success of the Africa CDC and create their own centers for disease control, because a global network of regional CDCs would put the world on stronger footing for the future.

This pandemic has revealed how vulnerable all of us are.  We have to seize the opportunity to strengthen global health security.  On this, the United States and the countries of Africa are uniquely well-positioned to lead, because we’ve spent decades working together to improve health across the continent.

PEPFAR, for example, has saved millions of lives, brought the world to the edge of the first AIDS-free generation – and transformed public health infrastructure, including here in Nigeria, where the investments we made years ago in labs and clinics formed the backbone of this nation’s COVID response.

We know how to do this work together.  Let’s take on the challenge of global health security – for the sake of our countries and countries around the world that will be safer if we act and we lead.

Second, we have to step up our response to the climate crisis.

Its catastrophic impacts are evident across the continent – in drought, deforestation, failing crops, floods, advancing deserts, food insecurity, competition for resources, economic losses, migration.  Lake Chad was a vital source of water, food, livelihoods for people for centuries.  Now it’s almost gone – shrunk to one-twentieth the size that it was 60 years ago.  If you look at the satellite photographs, they’re dramatic.

And the fact that Africa is bearing this burden despite being responsible for only a small fraction of the emissions that caused the crisis in the first place makes it critical that developed countries – including the United States – do much more to support Africa against this threat.

Now, a few weeks ago, President Biden launched the President’s Emergency Plan for Adaptation and Resilience.  He’ll work with our Congress to allocate $3 billion every year by 2024 to finance climate adaptation projects around the world.  It’s the largest commitment ever made by the United States to reduce the impact of climate change on those most endangered by it.

As part of this plan, we will support the Africa Adaptation Initiative – launched by heads of state across Africa six years ago – and especially their accelerator program, which aims to plan and finance infrastructure that’s energy-efficient and resilient to climate change.

We’ll continue our work with the African Union and other regional partners on climate-smart investments in agriculture, protecting forests, and improving climate education.

And to reduce emissions – while also creating jobs and increasing access to affordable energy – the United States and our partners across Africa are making major strides in clean energy.

Through our Power Africa program, we’ve connected more than 25 million homes and businesses across the continent to electricity, 80 percent of which is based on renewables.  We’re helping advance the Mega Solar partnership to develop Africa’s largest solar farm – a joint project by Botswana and Namibia, along with international finance institutions.  Our own Development Finance Corporation supports renewable energy across Africa, including a solar project here in Nigeria, wind farms in Senegal and Kenya.

These ventures could be just the start of our partnerships in so-called “green tech” – the industries and infrastructure of a low-carbon, climate-resilient future – everything from solar panels to electric bikes and cars to sustainable shipping.

It’s a huge opportunity to boost economic competitiveness, to strengthen supply-chain resilience, to create jobs, to drive innovation.

Just look at what Nigeria has done in “financial tech” – with electronic payments, cryptocurrency, digital banking.  And imagine what we could achieve together in building our green economic future.

Vanessa Nakate, the Ugandan climate activist, gave an urgent plea in Glasgow last week to world leaders, when she said that young people don’t believe our climate promises anymore.

“Prove us wrong,” she urged.  Well, let’s meet that challenge together.

Third, we must build a more stable and inclusive global economy.

The COVID-19 pandemic is not only a health crisis; it’s an economic crisis as well.  We must rebuild – and we must build back better.

The United States has supported Africa’s economic resilience throughout the pandemic – for example, by backing the suspension of debt for 32 African countries to date and getting more capital flowing to your economies.

Looking ahead, we want to help create the kind of opportunity that doesn’t benefit only the well-off but creates good jobs for people at every income level and lays the foundation for more inclusive and environmentally sustainable growth for years to come.

That’s why we admire the African Union’s Green Recovery Action Plan, particularly its emphasis on climate finance.

The Prosper Africa initiative aims to increase two-way trade and investment.  Our Africa Growth and Opportunity Act – known as AGOA – provides duty-free access to American markets, and we’re working to make sure African countries take full advantage of it.

We welcome the African Continental Free Trade Area, because we want to see Africa’s economic power in the world grow.  More consumers should gain access to African goods and services.  More jobs must be created for Africa’s young people – the global workforce of the future.

And together, we can help shape the rules of the world economy – to ensure that the benefits of trade are widely shared and do a better job of protecting our workers, our innovation, and our planet.  The Global Minimum Tax, which 130 countries have agreed to, is a strong step in the right direction; it will raise billions in revenues for countries and end the global race to the bottom that had corporations moving from one place to another to pay as little in taxes as they could.

Finally, our commitment to inclusive growth is behind our Build Back Better World initiative, which aims to help close the global infrastructure gap.

The need is staggering – it’ll cost trillions of dollars a year to close that gap.  But we have to act, because infrastructure needs are holding back growth and opportunity in too many places.  By meeting those needs, we can improve people’s lives, strengthen economies, and protect the planet at the same time.

Now, just as important as the “what” is the “how.”

Our approach will be sustainable, it will be transparent, it will be values-driven.

We want to create local jobs and benefit local communities.  We support anti-corruption and transparency measures, so leaders and citizens can evaluate whether deals made on their behalf really are worth it.  And we want to protect workers and the environment.

Too often, international infrastructure deals are opaque, coercive; they burden countries with unmanageable debt; they’re environmentally destructive; they don’t always benefit the people who actually live there.

We will do things differently.

Now, anyone who spends time in Lagos, the Western Cape, Nairobi, knows that optimism,  innovation, and the sheer drive of people across Africa, especially young people, is plain to see.

Americans know something about that kind of ambition and that kind of ingenuity.

That’s why I think we’re natural economic partners – and why we should take our engagement much further.

Fourth, we must strengthen democracy.

This is a critical moment.

Authoritarianism is on the rise around the world.  Technology is being used to silence dissent and prosecute citizens – and democracies must answer the call to fight back against disinformation, stand up for internet freedom, reduce the misuse of surveillance technology, establish standards of responsible conduct in cyberspace.

Meanwhile, governments are becoming less transparent.  Corruption is growing.  In many places, elections are flashpoints for violence.  And the pandemic has accelerated many of these trends.

We see this happening across Africa – leaders ignoring term limits, rigging or postponing elections, exploiting social grievances to gain and maintain power, arresting opposition figures, cracking down on the media, and allowing security services to enforce pandemic restrictions with brutality.

Many Africans are now living under at least partially authoritarian governments.

And militaries have taken over civilian governments four times this year; that’s the highest number in four decades.

There are good news stories about democracy in Africa, too.

Niger, which had its first-ever peaceful transfer of power this year.  Or Zambia, where the opposition party won elections, something few believed would be allowed to happen.  Citizens there woke up long before dawn, some sleeping all night at polling stations, to make sure that they could vote.  And even in places where democracy is under duress, it’s inspiring to see people courageously raising their voices and calling for change – like the citizens marching in the streets in cities across Sudan to restore the civilian-led transition.

Still, the recession of democracy in many places in Africa cannot be denied.  And it is not – it is not the will of the people.  Survey after survey in countries across the continent show that the people of Africa – be they Ghanaian or Zambian or Ugandan or Tanzanian – support democracy.

When given the choice between multiparty elections or strong-man rule, one-party states, or military control, they choose multiparty elections.

That makes it all the more important that leaders show leadership and stop the democratic backsliding that is wiping away their citizens’ aspirations.

Now, I want to emphasize that democratic backsliding is not just an African problem.  It’s a global problem.  My own country is struggling with threats to our democracy.  And the solutions to those threats will come as much from Africa as from anywhere.

We need countries from every part of the world to share best practices, to make public pledges, to hold each other accountable.  And we need to show how democracies can deliver what citizens want, quickly and effectively.  When we fail to do that, people lose their trust in the democratic model, and that fuels the arguments that authoritarian governments make – that their system is better.

Now, that’s exactly the idea behind the Summit for Democracy that President Biden will host next month, and we very much look forward to Nigeria’s participation.

Together, we must vow to fight what former President Obama called “the cancer of corruption,” which drains billions of dollars from economies while undermining people’s dignity and gutting their faith in the system.

We have to protect free and flourishing civil societies, which give citizens a peaceful means to express grievances and to push for change.

And we have to relentlessly defend human rights, which are the foundation of free, just, and stable societies.

Americans and Africans share a yearning to live in places where their rights are respected, their voices are heard, their governments answer to them and deliver for them.  Working together, we can support democracy, in our countries and around the world.

Fifth, we must advance lasting security and peace.

We know that instability and insecurity are at the top of nearly every Nigerian’s mind.  The same can be said for people in Ethiopia, Somalia, Mozambique, Cameroon, Mali, Niger, and other countries across the continent.  The threats posed by violent extremists, by criminals, internal armed conflict – these threats are very real, and so present in people’s lives.  So is their potential to destabilize nations and regions, to undermine development, to ignite humanitarian disasters.

Part of the answer is effective and professional security forces and local law enforcement that can protect citizens while respecting human rights.  And many of our partners across Africa want to build their capacities in these areas.

But tackling the root causes of conflict is just as important – maybe even more important.  Not everything can be solved with more or better-equipped armed forces.  And attempts to address violent extremism have at times had the perverse effect of violating people’s rights, contributing to grievances, and furthering cycles of violence.

We urge governments to contribute to and commit to criminal justice and security sector approaches that respect rights, as well as greater accountability for abuses, which is critical for earning the public’s trust.

We think we can achieve better results in confronting insecurity if we work together to expand economic opportunity, especially for young people and others who might be drawn into criminal activity out of desperation, out of a feeling that they have no other choice.

And to resolve conflicts, we stand ready to support swift and sustained diplomacy with national leaders; with regional organizations; with international allies and partners’ citizens – including women, who must always be at the table when peace is negotiated; and also with international institutions, including the United Nations.

That’s what’s happening right now with the crises and conflicts in Ethiopia, Sudan, and Somalia.  African leaders and institutions have stepped up to steer the diplomatic response.  African diplomats are leading engagement at the United Nations, the World Trade Organization, the African Development Bank.  The United States is using our diplomacy in all the ways we can to support these efforts.

So I’ve covered a little bit of ground.  But everything I’ve said can be boiled down to this: the United States wants to strengthen our partnerships across Africa in ways that serve your interests, our interests, and the interests of people worldwide whose lives and futures depend in part on what we can achieve together.

And as a sign of our commitment to our partnerships across the continent, President Biden intends to host the U.S.-Africa Leaders Summit to drive the kind of high-level diplomacy and engagement that can transform relationships and make effective cooperation possible.

I said at the start that Africa is a continent of young people.  I’ve met a few of them on this trip.  Many of the issues I’ve mentioned today will help unleash their potential, by creating new opportunities for them to lead, to learn, to build careers, to serve their communities, to achieve their dreams.

One of my favorite examples of partnership between the United States and Africa is YALI – the Young African Leaders Initiative.  It creates educational exchanges and networking opportunities for extraordinary young people across Africa.  I’ve been lucky enough to meet with many YALI fellows and alumni – and I always walk away dazzled.

They’re starting social enterprises, helping people get vaccinated, studying agriculture and counseling at-risk teenagers, working in governments and writing for newspapers, creating art and using it to forge connections in Africa and around the world.

They are – quite simply – unstoppable.

Our charge now is to take a page from their book.

Let’s channel their optimism and their energy as we meet today’s challenges and opportunities together.

Let’s build the future that young people in all of our countries want and deserve.

Thank you so very much for listening.  (Applause.)

Источник: https://www.state.gov/the-united-states-and-africa-building-a-21st-century-partnership/

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First Citizens Bank (Trinidad and Tobago)

For the bank headquartered in Raleigh, North Carolina, see First Citizens BancShares. For the bank headquartered in Columbia, South Carolina, see First Citizens Bank of South Carolina.

First Citizens is a bank based in Trinidad and Tobago. First Citizens has assets of over TT$38 billion, 25 branches in Trinidad and three in Tobago and five in Barbados. It also has a representative office in Costa Rica, which handles its Latam business. It wholly owns First Citizens (St. Lucia) Limited, which it established as an offshore financial vehicle for the Bank and its subsidiaries and also to conduct selected banking and financial service operations in the Caribbean Region. The Group's Chief Executive Officer is Karen Darbasie and the office of Group Chief Financial Officer is held by Shiva Manraj. There are two deputy CEO's, Jason Julien (Business Generation) and Sterling Frost (Operations and Administration). Lindi Ballah Tull is the Group's Corporate Secretary and head of the legal department.

History[edit]

The Birth of First Citizens Bank[edit]

On September 13, 1993 the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago merged three government-owned entities, National Commercial Bank (NCB), the Trinidad Co-operative Bank (TCB), and the Workers' Bank to form First Citizens Bank.

  • NCB formally commenced business in 1970. Bank of Montreal sold its branch and operations in Trinidad and Tobago, which it had acquired from Bank of London and Montreal, to the government, which used the acquisition as the foundation for National Commercial Bank. National Commercial Bank was the first truly locally owned, controlled and operated commercial bank in Trinidad and Tobago. It eventually grew its branch network to cover the entire country.
  • TCB, founded in 1914 as a co-operative savings and loans institution, pioneered the provision of consumer finance and home mortgages for the then working-class of Port of Spain.
  • Workers Bank, which commenced operations in 1971, had its roots in the trade union and credit union movements, first citizens bank barbados opening hours helped develop the home mortgage market.

In a strange twist of fate, all three institutions ran into first citizens bank barbados opening hours financial difficulties to varying degrees between 1986 and 1992 resulting in a Government takeover of all three entities. In what was considered a bold, even absurd move[according to whom?], in 1993 the Government of Trinidad and Tobago merged all three banks into one, and First Citizens Bank was born.

The Early Years[edit]

Given the history of the previous three entities, not many people gave First Citizens Bank much hope of survival and felt that it was only a matter of time before the institution folded. However, by its first birthday, the Bank was able to declare a consolidated profit and had reduced the loan portfolio in arrears to 33% by August 1994 (it had been 62% in September 1993). Other significant initiatives in its early years were:

  • The Bank pioneered the Visa Gold International Credit Card and implemented the first phase of an information technology system which would push the Bank ahead in customer service.
  • Despite the internal troubles, the Bank was making progress. The operating income of the group grew, all 24 ATM machines were replaced, the Bank introduced the country’s only real-time corporate cash management system (MIDAS) and eight branches were renovated and the staff complement was reduced from 1300 to 950.
  • In 1996, against the backdrop of a growing economy, the Bank continued to improve in performance. In 1995 it made a loss of $11M and in 1996 it made a profit of $18M. In 1997 the figure was $40M. In the public’s mind however, First Citizens was the Bank that had been created from three failed institutions. In 1997 the Bank underwent a transformation program to overhaul its management procedures and culture.
  • Between 1996 and 2003 the Bank increased its profits from $40M to $233M, dramatically reduced its non-performing loan portfolio, slashed overhead ratios, pioneered and upgraded electronic technology and gained international accolades. Step by step, management rebuilt and strengthened the organisation. After 10 years, the Bank had doubled its asset base to US$1B and grown its profits by 1000 percent.
  • By 2004, it had overtaken Scotiabank, the third largest Bank in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2006 the Bank had shrunk its non-performing loans to 0.8%, the lowest in the sector.
  • In May 2012, Butterfield Bank announced that it reached an agreement to sell its wholly owned Barbados subsidiary, Butterfield Bank (Barbados) Limited, to First Citizens Bank. Pending regulatory approval, the sale is expected to be finalized in the third quarter of 2012.

First Citizens Group[edit]

Established in 1993, the First Citizens Group comprises:

  • First Citizens Bank Limited
  • First Citizens Asset Management Limited
  • First Citizens Trustee Services Limited
  • First Citizens (St. Lucia) Limited
  • First Citizens Financial Services (St. Lucia) Limited
  • First Citizens Securities Trading Limited
  • First Citizens Investment Services Limited
  • First Citizens Investment Services (Barbados) Limited

The First Citizens Asset Management team manages a range of mutual funds and several major pension fund plans, with funds under management at approximately $11.1 billion. Another subsidiary, the Trustee Services Company first citizens bank barbados opening hours its revenue generating capability and also increased its fee income from $21.0 million in 2010 to $22.3 million in 2011.

Financials[edit]

For the financial year ended September 30, 2011, the First Citizens Group showed an increase in profit after tax of $718.2 million. The Group’s Asset base increased from $29.5 billion to $31.2 billion and in spite of the general deceleration in the local economy, the Group’s gross loan base grew from $8.8 billion to $9.0 billion. In the year under review the Group successfully issued a US$175 million bond on the international capital market which was significantly oversubscribed. Standard & Poor's and Moody’s also re-affirmed First Citizens investment grade ratings of BBB+/A2 and Baa1/A1 respectively.

See also[edit]

Website[edit]

References[edit]

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European households’ battery storage capacity forecast to reach 12.8GWh by 2025

Annual residential battery storage installations in Europe passed the 100,000 mark for the first time ever in 2020, reaching a cumulative total of 3GWh capacity. 

The upward trajectory is set to continue and accelerate, according to SolarPower Europe, with a combination of economic and non-economic drivers propelling a 400% growth over five years. The European trade association’s latest annual report into the market forecasts installed residential capacity of 12.8GWh across the continent by 2025.  

Uptake in Germany, Europe’s biggest national market for household batteries, was initially spurred on by environmental concerns and a desire for more energy independence. Yet the economics have also now become favourable: German households with solar and storage systems have a levelised cost of electricity of nearly a third less than those without, at €0.122 (US$0.137)/kWh. 

Around 60% of new solar PV systems in Germany are being installed together with battery storage. High retail power prices are a direct driver in this uptake. 

In 2020, around 140,000 systems with more than 1GWh combined capacity were installed in Europe. Not only was that the first time there were more than 100,000 installs in a year, it was also the first time the gigawatt-hour threshold was surpassed. 

“As the popularity of residential solar increases, more households are realising that domestic storage systems will maximise the value of their solar PV systems,” SolarPower Europe CEO Walburga Hemetsberger said. 

“While Europe is increasingly affected by gas-related energy price shocks, solar and storage is the clear answer to volatile energy prices.”

For 2021, SolarPower Europe is forecasting more of the same, with the cumulative capacity to reach 4.4GWh.  

Perhaps less positive was the fact that market interest remains largely concentrated in a few countries. Germany, Italy, the UK, Austria and Switzerland together accounted for a 93% market share and Germany alone for 70% of the 2020 total. SolarPower Europe said that at present, this is likely to remain unchanged and even by 2025 those same five countries are likely to hold an 88% share. 

More attention needs to be paid to ‘immense potential’

Policymakers need to focus a lot more of their attention on enabling the deployment of batteries as a complementary technology to solar, the group argued. 

In order to meet the Paris Agreement’s climate goals and have a chance of limiting global warming to 1.5°C, SolarPower Europe said solar deployment targets in 2030 National Energy Climate Plans (NECPs) have to be more than doubled. Battery storage has gigantic potential to enable the integration of that clean energy source. 

“Combining solar & storage is key to achieving a climate-neutral EU by 2050. Not only will it first citizens bank barbados opening hours the EU to increase the share of renewables, but importantly, solar & storage will supply reliable, clean and cost-effective energy to homes and businesses during peak times,” First citizens bank barbados opening hours Europe’s Walburga Hemetsberger said. 

“National policymakers must recognise this immense potential and significantly feature distributed storage in the revision of their National Energy and Climate Plans.”

Implementation of the European Union’s Clean Energy Package has also been far too slow, the trade association argued. The Clean Energy Package includes guidelines to creating regulations to enable prosumer and self-consumption business models — i.e. allowing homeowners to consume their own solar-generated energy or sell it to each other rather than sending it back to the grid — but only a few EU member states have so far adopted it into their national legislation. 

Some existing policy frameworks around Europe are actively delaying battery storage uptake, such as net metering policies in the Netherlands, the group said. Ways to leverage batteries to play a bigger role in the electricity system, such as virtual power plants (VPPs) should also be supported. 

As Germany has shown, subsidy schemes are not needed anymore in mature markets where economic drivers are strong, but in other markets, pokemon tcg 1st edition booster box support schemes to kick start market interest could fedex tracking with account number desirable, according to the report. 

“The EU Clean Energy Package offers Member States clear solutions to facilitate a Europe-wide BESS rollout. If we want to see the residential battery market develop beyond the first few key countries, and help protect citizens from rising energy prices, more European governments need to move faster to fully implement the Clean Energy Package,” SolarPower Europe’s head of market intelligence, Michael Schmela, said. 

Supportive regulatory and policy frameworks that allow the potential benefits of first citizens bank barbados opening hours batteries to be realised could drive cumulative installs by 2025 to an upper forecast of 14.6GWh. Although even in the most pessimistic scenario modelled by the trade group the market will grow, in that case 2025 installs would only reach 10.2GWh. 

The value of the industry to Europe — both economically as well as environmentally — also needs to be captured through things like a “future-proof EU Battery Regulation,” SolarPower Europe’s senior policy analyst Raffaele Rossi said. 

This would support the competitiveness of “strategic industrial sectors,” while avoiding overburdening manufacturers or dissuading investors, Rossi said. 

“It is crucial to establish sustainability and quality frameworks for battery requirements – but any framework must avoid distortive effects on markets.”

The SolarPower Europe annual ‘European market outlook for residential battery storage 2021-2025’ can be downloaded from the group’s website, here. 

Earlier this year, fellow trade association European Association for Storage of Energy (EASE) found that by the end of 2020, cumulative installs across all market segments in Europe reached 5.26GWh, implying that residential storage constitutes a big slice of the continent’s overall market. 

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On October 25, Nigeria became the first country in Africa to introduce a digital currency, with the launch of the eNaira. It has been touted as a “game changer” that will transform commerce in the continent’s largest economy. Users can access the eNaira through a mobile app, which offers a digital wallet that connects to a user’s bank account. Transactions are primarily completed by sharing and scanning QR codes or a short payment code that is unique for each transfer. Users without a bank account can register for an eNaira wallet, but they are restricted to a maximum of 50,000 naira ($120) worth of transactions daily — banked users can go up to 500,000 naira ($1,200). 

While the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has been championing the naira’s new incarnation — which has the same value as the regular currency — its introduction has not been smooth, and local financial industry insiders have questioned the practical need for a digital currency in a currently struggling economy. More walmart smart tv sale, senior officials at CBN and in the Nigerian presidency, who spoke to Rest of World on condition of anonymity, have privately expressed some of the same concerns. 

Serious talk of a central bank digital currency (CBDC), which would go on to be called the eNaira, started barely three months after the CBN banned cryptocurrency trading in February. When he announced it on May 26, Godwin Emefiele, governor of the CBN, said the eNaira will improve access to financial services for many of the country’s unbanked population — 55% of adult Nigerians. In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, it was also designed to simplify payments of government stimulus packages to struggling citizens and improve the process of receiving international remittances, while reducing the cost of transactions. 

But analysts and market watchers who spoke to Rest of World said the key advantage a digital currency might have had for moving funds in and out of Nigeria is undermined with the eNaira by a lack of transparency in the multi-rate foreign exchange system managed by the central bank, even as the national currency steadily loses value against the U.S. dollar. These issues with multiple exchange rates have put several companies in distress and pushed Nigerians to use informal cash-based transactions and increasingly rely on cryptocurrencies, including bitcoin and stablecoins.

“The only reason to use the eNaira over cryptocurrency would be trust in the government, and that trust has been eroded for many,” said Adedeji Owonibi, CEO of Convexity, a blockchain consultancy in a research paper published last month by Chainalysis.

Nigeria is among seven countries, and the first outside the Caribbean, to have launched a central bank–issued digital currency. Over 80% of the world’s central banks are looking into some form of CBDC; 17 are now in the pilot stage with their digital currencies.

But many Nigerian central bank officials are still deeply divided over the eNaira. There are concerns about its implementation so far and even questions about the need for its existence, according to two CBN officials who spoke to Rest of World

The CBN chose a little-known technical partner from Barbados to develop the eNaira. Emefiele said in mid-September that the company, Bitt Inc., was selected after a “rigorous selection process” in line with Nigeria’s procurement laws. He added that 10 companies were evaluated as part of the process.

Bitt similarly told Rest of World via email that it went through “multiple stages of presentations, solution walk-throughs, the provision of a demo system, a detailed technical evaluation, and thorough vetting of company personnel” before being offered the contract.

One advantage Bitt may have over competitors is that its system is designed to build digital currencies using blockchain technology, an executive at a North American CBDC company told Rest of World. The company, which had also been interested in bidding for the eNaira project, according to the executive, had not been made aware of a formal “request for proposal” process from CBN.

“The selection process was not transparent,” said the rival executive, who declined to be named, to protect his company. “It seemed to me they had already decided on a technology partner before the process ever began.” 

The selection of Bitt was further called into question after a September 17 press briefing held by Emefiele, where he said CBN would hold “a substantial stake” in the tech company and mandate its incorporation in Nigeria. The governor did not give any further details as to how this would work.  

Bitt has raised $31 million in total funding over the course of its eight-year existence. It completed an $11.5 million series B round on October 1 and another $8 million round three weeks later. CBN was neither listed as the lead investor nor a participating investor in the round. The company did not respond to questions about plans to incorporate in Nigeria, but it said, via email: “The CBN is not an investor and does not have a major stake in Bitt.”


Meanwhile, the eNaira’s launch ran into several hurdles. Its planned October 1 rollout was postponed just 24 hours before it was supposed to go live. At the time, a source at a fintech company, with knowledge of the eNaira’s implementation, said many banks had yet to integrate their systems with the digital currency’s mobile wallet.

Then, just two days after the eNaira launched on October 25, CBN officials were alerted that the currency’s app had been taken down from the Google Play store for an undisclosed policy violation. The app had racked up some 100,000 downloads on Android, with over 2,000 reviews and a 2.0-star rating. It was back up in the store the next day, after frantic messages were exchanged between Nigeria’s regulators and Google Play store managers.

Since then, three weeks after the rollout of the digital currency, the eNaira app is now reported to have been installed over 450,000 times, and users had completed over 12,000 transactions worth 62 million naira ($150,100). But it’s a far cry from what was hoped.

The eNaira’s lackluster start stands in stark contrast to the rising popularity of cryptocurrency in Nigeria over the past two years. 

An internal report from one of the country’s big fintech firms, ahead of the eNaira launch, and seen by Rest of World, estimates that eNaira transaction volume will top $20 million by the end of the year and reach $100 million by Q3 2022. At the currency’s official launch, Nigeria’s president, Muhammadu Buhari, said digital money could add $29 billion to the country’s GDP over the next 10 years.

The eNaira’s lackluster start stands in stark contrast to the popularity of cryptocurrency in Nigeria over the past two years. Crypto has become especially popular for moving funds in and out of the country, circumventing a convoluted forex system. Nigeria has been one of the most active markets for crypto trade globally in the last couple of years. But in February, CBN banned cryptocurrency trading in the country and has tried to clamp down on individual bank accounts involved in peer-to-peer transactions. 

Elsewhere, industry insiders are concerned that the real-time nature and speedy transfers propositions of the eNaira are moot, since the Nigerian financial system has had instant and digital payments for the last decade. “How is it superior to the existing money and payments system?” the CEO of a leading Nigerian bank asked in a message to Rest of World.

Leaders at local fintech startups also question why the banking regulator hastily launched the app rather than fully leveraging partnerships with banks and fintechs to have a better chance of achieving financial inclusion.

Though transaction fees for payments have fallen, in large part thanks to CBN regulation, a senior CBN official believes that they are still too high. He believes that this discourages many of Nigeria’s unbanked population from adopting digital payment solutions. The eNaira would reduce that friction for this segment, said the official.

Despite this uncertainty, digital currency is set to grow, as the CBN tracks and clamps down on bank customers involved in cryptocurrency transactions. But from all indications, the eNaira is here to stay.

Источник: https://restofworld.org/2021/the-inside-story-of-nigerias-shaky-launch-of-africas-first-e-currency/

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Cultivating on a monthly average; some 70 acres of agricultural land for small farm production, the 1st national bank greeley Tractor Cultivation Scheme of BADMC provides affordable access to: To request our Tractor Cultivation services, please contact the Technical Officer – MTCS and Farm Plot or call (246) 535-6830. UPLANDS FACTORY YARD, ST. JOHN. If you are interested in buying or selling land in Barbados, we would love to speak with you. Find your perfect property with 7th Heaven Properties Owners of agricultural land who are interested in leasing their lands to the public are asked to contact the Barbados Agricultural Development and Marketing Corporation (BADMC) as soon as possible. LLP farm enterprises run the gamut – from market vegetable, orchard, livestock (cow, sheep, pig, poultry, rabbit) farming to non-traditional activities like horticulture (flowers), aquaculture (fish) and apiculture (bee-keeping). 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Cariblist is not involved in the the sale of any listed item nor do we guarantee any sales. Some of these lands come with features such as fruit trees, oceanic view, hilly terrain, vacant area and much more. Do you know what parish you prefer to be in? Serious investors with a solid background in agro-business will find Barbados open, eager, and willing to invest in the future of agriculture. Whether you are looking for a rich green country pasture or land near a breathtaking Barbados beach, we have land … We provide Internet advertising for property owners or their agents. Copyright and Powered by Yello Barbados © 2020 All Rights Reserved. Looking for Agriculture land to lease ? Contact an agent to see what projects are republic bank lexington ky locations … agricultural land barbados. Your property could reach thousands of potential interests locally and overseas online. ft of Agricultural land. The world’s population is exploding, and because of this, society needs vast amounts of food and other natural resources. Spring Hall Land Lease Project, Spring Hall, St. Lucy Ellerslie Park, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, Sterling Glades, Red Hills, Kingston St Andrew, San Fernando, St Joseph Village, Trinidad, 2 story house for sale in St Elizabeth with Magnificent Ocean view, Newly built exquisitely designed home in Richmond for sale, Resort-style living or an investor’s dream, luxurious 4 bedroom, 4 bath home, Mediterranean style property for sale in Ellerslie Park Trinidad and Tobago, 7 bedrooms house in Sterling Glades, Red Hills with breathtaking views, 3 Story House in the upscale St Joseph Village for rent or sale. Lease a farm land ₵ 200. only$750,000 Mullins Terrace St. Peter SEE DETAILS. In keeping with Government’s drive to promote diversification and increased production in the agricultural sector, Minister of Tradeking short selling fees, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries, Hon Audley Shaw, has committed an additional 200 amazon prime promo code 2020 of land for lease to Dencon … With Point2, you can compare up to 4 first citizens bank barbados opening hours lots side-by-side, view property details and choose the one that is right for you. Email: farmshops@badmc.org, BADMC Farm Shop – North Distributing some 2,000,000 cubic meters of non-potable well and spring water to 650 farm connections daily, BADMC’s team of Irrigation Extension specialists maintains Barbados’ largest crop irrigation system, which spans some 14 farming districts from Spring Hall in St. Lucy to Gibbon’s Boggs in Christ Church. Our Agricultural Services Division provides Government-subsidised land lease, motor tractor cultivation and web-based agricultural data collection and extension advisory services, as well as access to affordable seeds, agro-chemicals and equipment to farmers in 15 districts across Barbados. Seaside Realty features Barbados Real Estate for Sale in St John, St Thomas, St James, St Lucy, Christ Church, St George, St Joseph, St Michael, St Peter, and St Phillip. . 43,577 sq. Lease: Five Cents ($0.05) PSF. Some 215 farmers enjoy Government-subsidised access (through lease and, most recently, 12-month renewable license) to over 1,300 transfer money from bank of america to td canada trust of arable land vested in BADMC, as well as qualified private land-owners through the Land Lease Programme (officially called ‘The Land for the Landless Programme’). Owner is asking $30,000 a year Deposit required. Let’s talk… 981 square meter land farm located at San Julian Norte, Agoo La Union Average size (59.45m length x 16.5m wide) The land is more than 100m away from the road We are experts in the Barbados real estate industry, and as such, we can give you great advice about first citizens bank barbados opening hours, financing, surveying, insurance, and valuations. Land Farm for Rent / Lease! Our Barbados real estate properties include houses for sale Barbados, land for sale, houses for rent, Barbados villas, luxury Barbados vacation rentals, beach front properties and more. Site also within a few miles of Freeway, Fast Food(McDonalds, Jack in the Box), Market, Fuel etc. at Sanford St.Phillip available immediately 3 acres of land. Agricultural land. To apply for a new Irrigation Extension connection or request assistance with your existing connection, please contact BADMC’s Officer in Charge, Irrigation Extension Unit or call (246) 535-6830. FOR LEASE. Tel. Letchworth Complex The Garrison, St. Michael Barbados Tel: +000-000-0000. CALCULATOR. Land for lease in Barbados can be found in popular locations such as Christ Church, Saint Andrew, Saint George, Saint James, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, Saint Michael, Saint Peter, Saint Philip, Saint Thomas and others. Take a look at this current list of Barbados land for sale. Land is plentiful on this little piece of paradise and comes in all sizes, shapes and with/ without planning permission. Castle Close Complex: Sam Lord's Castle: St. Philip BB 18071: BARBADOS: Tel: (246) 423-6800 / (246) 423-6215: Fax: (246) 423-9935: Email: inquiries@ronstoute.com Find Agricultural Land for Rent in Ireland. : (246) 535-6830 Land for agricultural use is designated as such and you will need to check before your sale or lease agreement goes through to confirm the property is designated for such use. HOME. For product pricing and availability, please contact us: BADMC Farm Shop – South only$169,000 Maynards St. Peter SEE DETAILS. . U.S Dollar = approx two (2) Barbados Dollars * Subscribe for FREE Updates! All rights reserved. Land foreclosures and land for sale in all parishes in Barbaodos. Buy or rent affordable luxury villa holidays, townhouses, condos, vacation homes and apartments from one of our real estate agents. Agricultural land for lease in Barbados are leased by private owners, real estate agents, developers and also by companies such as Inter-American Development Bank Barbados, Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited, Central Bank of Barbados, First Citizens Bank (Barbados) Ltd., Caribbean Development Bank, Royal Bank of Canada and more. Development-Agriculture-Private Estate 89.74 Acres of flat to gently rolling with great access via 5 lane paved and gravel public road. To report a water outage or burst pipe, contact the Irrigation Extension Unit or call (246) 535-6830. . All prices quoted are in Barbados Dollars. BADMC also holds the national distributor for the herbicide Broadtril and the insecticide Caprid. Learn more. How late is kroger pharmacy open today is maintained at a high standard. Agricultural economics refers to economics as it relates to the "production, distribution and consumption of [agricultural] goods and services". Search 18 Agricultural Land for rent on Daft.ie now. Agriculture represents 3.6% of the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) sectors and is one […] To report a water outage or burst pipe, contact the Irrigation Extension Unit on (246) 535-6830. According to a BADMC official, suitable lands for the programme should have no incumbencies and must not be greater than 10,725 square feet or a 1/4 acre. The Agricultural Services Division includes the: Disclaimer. . 6,622 sq. Our service is provided on a commission free basis. COMMERCIAL PROPERTY. To apply for a Land License or request assistance with your existing Land Lease or License, please contact the BADMC’s Technical Officer – LLP or call (246) 535-6830. With two branches located in close proximity to farming communities in the north and south of the island, BADMC Farm Shops research, source and sell a wide range of fruit and vegetable seeds, agro-chemicals (fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides and fungicides), equipment and supplies to crop farmers across Barbados. House and land packages, land development, house sales, rentals, real estate services in Barbados. Looking for vacant land for sale in Barbados? Copyright © 2018 - 2020 PropertyCozy.com. The Agricultural Services Division provides services for farmers including subsidised land lease, motor tractor cultivation, agricultural data and extension advisory services, as well as access to crop seeds, agro-chemicals and farm equipment. Show More Our Agricultural Services Division provides Government-subsidised land lease, motor tractor cultivation and web-based agricultural data collection and extension advisory services, as well as access to affordable seeds, agro-chemicals and equipment to farmers in 15 districts across Barbados. Get complete details of property specifications & related amenities. Agricultural land for lease in Barbados can be found in popular locations such as Christ Church, Saint Andrew, Saint George, Saint James, Saint John, Saint Joseph, Saint Lucy, Saint Michael, Saint Peter, Saint Philip, Saint Thomas and others.

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