GBTI continues to signal its strong support for the nurturing of young talent and cultural affiliation in Guyana more so with its renewed focus on retail and commercial banking.
GBTI Lethem Branch recently hosted its annual football competition and Tabatinga Football Club emerged victorious over Massara Strikers at the St Ignatius Sports Ground.
Staff, customers and friends of GBTI showed up in their numbers on Wednesday June 13, 2018 to show their care and love for others by donating blood at GBTI’s Blood Drive held at its Water Street Branch.
GBTI today launched its 2019 Calendar under the theme of its recently changed tagline “We see Guyana through your eyes.”
GBTI continues to give back to the community through its various Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives.
In its continuing evolution as an indigenous bank serving the needs of Guyanese from all walks of life, GBTI has developed an expansive social initiative project that is well embodied in its new tag line: “We see Guyana through your eyes.”
GBTI on Sunday hosted an evening of Dance, Songs and Music at its recreational Centre in Bel Air.
Staff of GBTI make their contribution to the President of the Guyana Cancer Foundation Ms Bibi Hassan and Ms Cheryl Caines and Miriam Williams of the Periwinkle Club
Our Port Mourant Team recognizes hard work. Ms. Shazeeda Razack presents the Best Graduating Economics Student of Corentyne Comprehensive Secondary Ms. Jonnel Reynolds, with a GBTI sponsored Trophy.
The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited (GBTI Ltd) once again hosted its Annual Early Savers Summer Camp from 10th July to 14th July, 2017 at the Bank’s Recreational Centre, in Bel Air Park. The Camp catered for two age groups; 7-10 years old for which sessions are conducted in the morning, and 11-15...