Since 2004, GBRW has been developing the Caribbean financial sector

The Caribbean financial sector is integral to the future social and economic development of the region.

The Caribbean faces a unique set of challenges in building scale and regional integration in banking and financial services, particularly due to geographical separation and cultural divergence. However, substantial improvements in economic governance raise major opportunities for existing and new market players. The region's proximity to major economies in both north and south america also represent significant potential.

GBRW has consistently worked with governments, and local and international Development Finance Institutions to improve access to finance. A particular focus has been on building financial services infrastructure and start-up banks, as well as training and development for local bankers.


Caribbean News

Mike Coates

GBRW Selected Again to Deliver Training for Banco Central de Cuba

16th October, 2019

Mike Coates

Corporate Governance Training for Banco Central de Cuba

7th May, 2019

Mike Coates

GBRW Delivers Commodities Derivatives Training for Central Bank of Cuba

24th November, 2017

Mike Coates

GBRW Supports Establishment of the National Bank of Belize

26th September, 2013

Caribbean Assignments

Introduction to Sustainable Finance Seminar Series

Assessment of Optimal Structures to Finance the Private Sector by the Caribbean Development Bank

Training Bank Executives on Strengthening Governance in Banks for the Banco Central de Cuba

Principles of Finance and Financial Markets Training for Banco Central de Cuba