Republic Bank Announces Changes To Operations

Port of Spain, Friday May 14, 2021 – Effective immediately and until further notice, Republic Bank will be implementing several changes to its operations amid ongoing COVID-19 concerns. These changes are outlined below.


Cash Withdrawals and Deposits
  • Cash withdrawals under TTD5,000 will be facilitated via ABMs only.
  • Cash deposits under TTD10,000 will be facilitated via ABMs or in-branch Express Deposit services only.
  • Cash deposits will be facilitated via the Night Safe service only.

Cheque Deposits
  • Cheque deposits will be facilitated at ABMs or in-branch Express Deposit services only.

Application for Manager’s Cheques, Foreign Drafts and Wire Transfers
  • These requests are to be made using RepublicOnline, email or by reaching out to respective Account Managers via telephone. In-person requests will not be accepted.

Bill and Credit Card Payments
  • Bill and credit card payments will only be facilitated via RepublicOnline, RepublicMobile, ABM and in-branch Express Deposit services.

Digital Services
Clients can sign up for RepublicMobile and RepublicOnline at These services can be used to:
  • View account balances and statements
  • Transfer TTD funds between RBL accounts
  • Transfer TTD funds to other local banks
  • Pay bills including Credit Cards

• VISA Debit and OneCards can be used at Point-of-Sale Terminals for payments up to TTD10,000 daily.

• Cardless Cash can be used to transfer up to TTD1,500 daily to anyone with a mobile phone. Funds can then be withdrawn from any of the Bank’s nationwide ABM machines.

Clients are urged to limit their in-branch visits as much as possible and utilise the services outlined above to do their banking transactions. Clients can send all enquiries to

As the Bank continues to comply with government-mandated restrictions, the national community is encouraged to follow all health protocols implemented by the Government of Trinidad and Tobago.

Stay at home. Wear a mask. Physically distance. Wash your hands. Sanitize.

May 17, 2021
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