The International Bank Association is the representative body and recognized voice for banks and other financial institutions in the Caribbean and Internationally. We seek to influence the regulatory environment which impact the sector by advocating on our members’ behalf and participating in a global network of similar institutions.
With unparalleled access to government, policy-makers & regulators the IBA collects, aggregates & represents the Banks’ views and opinions to help shape the political & regulatory agenda in the interest of the Financial Sector Regionally and Internationally.
We anticipate relevant industry trends and analyze technical, market data and intelligence. We provide opportunities for discussion on issues impacting the financial services community, sharing of information, experiences and networking.
The IBA values are based on achieving and maintaining a highly skilled personnel within the Banking Industry, training and updating our Members’ HHRR with updated vital regulatory information.
We want to foster dialogue and experience exchange amongst Banks and its Regulatory Bodies. We pursue our mission through involving member organizations and relevant stakeholders in thought leadership on innovation, helping our members to understand and implement regulation and by supporting the development of sustainable market practices.
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