Press Releases

Several Grenadian Students Benefit from the Republic Bank Bursary Programme

St. George’s, Grenada; January 21, 2021:Republic Bank is proud to support 18 deserving students with financial assistance, as they pursue higher learning, under its Bursary Programme.

Friday 22 January 2021

One Grenadian Student Continues to Receive Financial Support under the Republic Bank Scholarship Programme

St. George’s, Grenada; January 21, 2021: Republic Bank Scholarship recipient Gideon George continues to receive financial support as he chases his academic dream of becoming an actuary.

Friday 22 January 2021

Republic Bank Valpark/Grand Bazaar Donates Devices to Three Primary Schools

January 13, 2021, Port of Spain – Heeding the call by Government to ensure that “No Child is Left Behind”, the Management and staff of Republic Bank’s Valpark and Grand Bazaar Branches donated learning devices to three primary schools.

Thursday 14 January 2021

Republic Bank Signs $80m Loan Agreement With Turks And Caicos Government

December 17, 2020, Port of Spain- Republic Bank is pleased to announce that it has negotiated a US$80m Revolving Credit Facility (RCF) with the Government of the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Friday 18 December 2020

Power to Make a Difference 2020-2021 Virtual Launch

If ever there was a time we were called to ‘Make a Difference’, it was the year 2020.

Wednesday 09 December 2020

NH and Republic Bank Announces $280 Million Public Private Partnership Loan to Construct Ministry of Health Headquarters

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November 26, 2020, Port of Spain– Republic Bank and NH International (Caribbean) Limited, through a wholly owned subsidiary, Asclepius Holdings Limited, announced that a $280 Million Term Loan will be used exclusively for the construction of the new Ministry of Health Headquarters and multistorey carpark at Queens Park East, Port of Spain.

Thursday 26 November 2020

Our Life, Our Story: Jo-Anne Mouttet-Persad

“Do you ever cry, Jo-Anne?”

“Not really. The only time I really cried was when I had to be admitted to the nursing home for infusion of my last two chemotherapy cycles which required supervision. This was a result of my injectable port being removed prematurely because it was compromised. My doctors were more worried about my husband. [laughs] He has been such great support,” Jo-Anne said.

Tuesday 24 November 2020


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