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What You Need to Know about Women’s Football in Guyana
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What You Need to Know about Women’s Football in Guyana

The Guyana Football Federation (GFF), which oversees the management and administrative aspects of football in the country, works to promote the sport as an activity that provides social, physical, and educational benefits to young people and adults alike. On the international level, the GFF is responsible for selecting the senior men’s team as well as...

How to Save for Retirement When You Got a Late Start
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How to Save for Retirement When You Got a Late Start

Saving for retirement is emphasized almost from the moment we enter the workforce. However, some people don’t or are unable to get started early when it comes to retirement savings, and they can easily feel discouraged about their financial future. According to the most recent Retirement Confidence Survey, over one-third of people aged 45 to...

How to Save for Retirement When You Got a Late Start
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How to Save for Retirement When You Got a Late Start

Saving for retirement is emphasized almost from the moment we enter the workforce. However, some people don’t or are unable to get started early when it comes to retirement savings, and they can easily feel discouraged about their financial future. According to the most recent Retirement Confidence Survey, over one-third of people aged 45 to...

A Look Back at a Brilliant Summer with GBTI
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A Look Back at a Brilliant Summer with GBTI

The summer of 2019 was a busy one for GBTI. From special promotions to fun summer activities for kids, Guyana’s leading bank had plenty of things on the go. Read on to see what we’ve been up to over the last few months. Annual summer camps Every summer, GBTI hosts a week-long summer camp for...

What You Need to Know about Indigenous Women in Guyana
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What You Need to Know about Indigenous Women in Guyana

In September 2007, the UN General Assembly adopted the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Declaration was, and remains, the most comprehensive international instrument concerned with the rights of indigenous peoples, and its adoption was a vital step forward in the global struggle for indigenous justice. Since that time, nations all...

GBTI Hurricane Fund musters close to $2M for Bahamas Relief
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GBTI Hurricane Fund musters close to $2M for Bahamas Relief

The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited has generated almost Two Million Dollars through the GBTI Hurricane Relief Fund – Bahamas which was initiated shortly after Hurricane Dorian ravaged sections of the Bahamas early in September. The Bank immediately committed a substantial three million dollars and encouraged its customers, staff and members of the...

Renika Anand emerges first GBTI/BRAINCENTRAL Olympiad Champ
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Renika Anand emerges first GBTI/BRAINCENTRAL Olympiad Champ

Renika Anand of Marian Academy, Saturday emerged the first GBTI/BrainCentral Math and English Online Olympiad Champ. Anand was among the top 10 selected after the preliminary round on Thursday. The others students mainly from Marian and School of the Nations were Peter Abai, Nekacia Clementson, Azalia Fontenelle, Nathan Jackson, Sangeeta Lilman, Dougal Mc Turk, and ...

GBTI rewards VISA Card Customers in Summer Promotion
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GBTI rewards VISA Card Customers in Summer Promotion

Three lucky VISA Card customers will treat themselves and a special guest at various venues as GBTI concluded its VISA-Cation Credit Card promotion. The lucky customers are Mr. Talish Nauth of Leguan, Ms. Monalisa Sammy-Persaud of Kitty, Georgetown and Ms. Towana Bowen of Sophia, Georgetown. Mr. Nauth who just concluded studies at the University of...