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GBTI’S JUBILEE ROUNDUP

GBTI’S JUBILEE ROUNDUP

This year Guyana celebrated 50 years as an Independent nation and GBTI ensured it played a valuable part in the Jubilee celebrations. The Bank made a donation of 350 souvenirs and memorabilia to the Ministry of Education through the Department of Culture, Youth and Sports on Friday 13th May, 2016. The donation which comprised mugs, t-shirts and pens were handed over to the Hon. Nicollette Henry, Minister of Education who graciously thanked GBTI for their thoughtful contribution.

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GBTI, IFC COLLABOARTE ON RISK MANAGEMENT INITIATIVE

GBTI on January 30 became the beneficiary of a two-year financial risk management project from the International Financial Corporation (IFC), to aid in the development and sustainability of more client-focused approaches for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs).

The project is partly funded by the Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, and aims to strengthen the long-term growth of the financial institution.

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2013 in Recap

The year 2013 proved to be quite eventful in the area of promotional activities and marketing for GBTI.

The Bank again sponsored the Children’s Dramatic Poetry Competition to cover both Regional and National matches as part of the Country’s 43rd Mashramani Activities. This is the third year GBTI has participated in this initiative. The Bank remains steadfast in its belief in the importance of the art of poetry to the development of young minds.

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2013-03-18 - GBTI Opens Port Kaituma Branch
(GINA, March 16, 2013) The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) continues to expand its services across the country. The bank opened a new branch in Port Kaituma, Region One, the first banking institution in the North West District.

Housed in a building that is also home to the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) and the Guyana Gold Board (GGB) branches, the GBTI Port Kaituma branch was commissioned today before Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, the bank's executives and residents of the community.
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GBTI Opens Port Kaituma Branch

(GINA, March 16, 2013) The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) continues to expand its services across the country. The bank opened a new branch in Port Kaituma, Region One, the first banking institution in the North West District.

Housed in a building that is also home to the Guyana Geology and Mines Commission (GGMC) and the Guyana Gold Board (GGB) branches, the GBTI Port Kaituma branch was commissioned today before Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, the bank’s executives and residents of the community.

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