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Executives of The Caribbean Association of Banks (CAB) recently paid a courtesy call on Bank of The Bahamas to discuss plans for CAB’s upcoming Conference to be held in The Bahamas later this year. Mary Popo, General Manager, CAB and her colleagues met with Vanessa Taylor, Chief Operating Officer to provide more information about the Association and invite BOB’s support for the conference.

Established in 1974 and based in St. Lucia, CAB is managed by an elected Board of Directors and supported by a secretariat of five. Currently CAB represents 76 member institutions across 20 countries with an asset base in excess of $US 41 Billion as at December 2016. The Association’s vision is “To be the collective voice that promotes, protects and strengthens the regional banking sector” and its mission is “To proactively influence matters of interest to financial institutions through education and advocacy”.


Pictured from left to right: Donald Thompson, Director, CAB (ST. Kitts); Mary Popo, General Manager, CAB; Vanessa Taylor, Chief Operating Officer, BOB; Moya Leiba-Barnes, Chairman, CAB Conference Committee; and Keith A. Johnson, Vice Chairman, CAB Conference Committee.