Current and prospective Supervised Financial Institutions (SFIs) of the Central Bank of The Bahamas ("the Central Bank") are often required to make applications to the Bank Supervision Department of the Central Bank.
Bahamas Government Securities Depository
SMALL COUNTRY INTERFACES WITH THE WORLD'S FINANCIAL RULE-MAKERS
On 1st February 2018, the Central Bank of The Bahamas ('Bank') adjusted the buy and sell rate of the Investment Currency Market rate to 5% and 2½ % respectively from 12 ½ % buy and 10% sell rate.
Governor John Rolle describes the acceptable methods of identifying individuals under the Financial Transactions Reporting Act (FTRA) and associated Regulations.
Please note that the $55 Million Initial Public Offering of Bahamas Registered Stocks facilitated by the Central Bank on behalf of the Government of The Bahamas closed on July 11, 2018 at 3:00 p.m. and was fully subscrib...
As part of broader plans to modernize the domestic market for Government securities, the Central Bank of The Bahamas, in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance, will implement a competitive bidding process for Bahamas...
The Central Bank of The Bahamas wishes to advise that while Bahamas Banknotes are some of the most secure banknotes in the world, counterfeiters continue in their attempts to defraud unsuspecting members of the public.
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This report summarises results of the Central Bank of The Bahamas' survey on commercial bank fees and customer satisfaction feedback in relation to certain banking services.
New Central Bank and City of Nassau urban plan under development as "Nassau Reimaged" project steps up
The Central Bank of The Bahamas will host a BIS-CEMLA regional conference during the period Tuesday - Wednesday, 15th - 16th May, 2018.
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE COMMONWEALTH OF THE BAHAMAS BAHAMAS REGISTERED STOCK 2019 ISSUE OF B$75,000,000 ISSUED UNDER THE BAHAMAS REGISTERED STOCK ACT
ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR BAHAMIAN ECONOMIC GROWTH
T. BASWELL DONALDSON MEMORIAL LECTURE & RESEARCH PRIZE (2018) RESEARCH COMPETITION