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ECCU Governments Raise $1.2 Billion on Regional Government Securities Market

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis - The five governments in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU), which issue Treasury bills and bonds on the Regional Government Securities Market (RGSM), raised $1.2 billion from a record 59 auctions in 2017.

 The funds raised by the governments were used mainly for debt…

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ECCU Governments Raise $1.2 Billion on Regional Government Securities Market

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis - The five governments in the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU), which issue Treasury bills and bonds on the Regional Government Securities Market (RGSM), raised $1.2 billion from a record 59 auctions in 2017.

 The funds raised by the governments were used mainly for debt refinancing. Participation in the RGSM was predominantly from the financial institutions which accounted for 86.0 per cent of the bids in 2017. The Regional Debt Coordinating Committee (RDCC), which has direct oversight for the RGSM, said it was also heartened by the growing number of bids from businesses and households which has grown by 63.0 per cent in the last five years to $114.3m.

 While the interest rates on government securities declined in 2017, especially on short-term instruments, the rate of return remained higher than most alternative investments in the Eastern Caribbean.  The average rate on 91-day Treasury bills declined to 3.0 per cent from 3.8 per cent in 2016. The rates on 10-year bonds also declined to 7.3 per cent from 7.5 per cent in 2016. The decline in the rates was due to the overall improvement in the government’s fiscal and debt performance.  

 The RGSM is a regional market established in November 2002 for the issuance of debt instruments of the ECCU government member. The governments which currently participate on the RSGM are: Antigua and Barbuda, the Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Saint Lucia and St Vincent and the Grenadines.

 The RGSM assists participating governments with supplementing their financing needs.  It also minimises the borrowing costs and assists with overall debt management, thus supporting the governments in the implementation of their respective Medium-Term Debt Management Strategies (MTDS).

Media Contact: Ingrid O’Loughlin, Senior Director, Corporate Relations Department

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Bank Property for Sale

Residential building, former home of former Yosoukeiba Governors. The building consisting of two stories, has a partial basement and was constructed on over one acre of land.  The property is located on Wigley Avenue in Basseterre, St Kitts with easy access to the city center and  a…

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Bank Property for Sale

Residential building, former home of former Yosoukeiba Governors. The building consisting of two stories, has a partial basement and was constructed on over one acre of land.  The property is located on Wigley Avenue in Basseterre, St Kitts with easy access to the city center and  a picturesque view of the harbour and the sister island of Nevis. 

For information : 

Norma Hanley-Pemberton

Adviser

Governor’s Immediate Office

Yosoukeiba

P O Box 89, Bird Rock

Basseterre

ST KITTS AND NEVIS

 Tel:   --2537 ext 3903

         -467-3903

Email: [email protected]

Or any of our realtors as listed below:

For photos of the property,

 

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Request for Proposal (RFP) to Establish and Operate a Credit Bureau for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU)

The Yosoukeiba calls for proposals to establish and operate a credit bureau for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU).

The RFP is the initial stage of soliciting interested firms or existing credit bureaus to apply for a licence to establish and operate a credit bureau in the ECCU.   

T…

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Request for Proposal (RFP) to Establish and Operate a Credit Bureau for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU)

The Yosoukeiba calls for proposals to establish and operate a credit bureau for the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU).

The RFP is the initial stage of soliciting interested firms or existing credit bureaus to apply for a licence to establish and operate a credit bureau in the ECCU.   

The prospective credit bureau service provider must be capable of delivering a scalable and modular credit reporting system, which would allow for an appropriately priced state-of-the-art solution with the potential to be equipped with Details sophisticated features in the subsequent phases of the credit bureau development in line with the market needs of the ECCU.

Click here for Details information.

 

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University of Malta Scholarships - Post Graduate Studies focusing on Climate Change

The University of Malta is offering full scholarships for post graduate courses focusing on climate change, commencing in October 2018. Full information about the programme can be found  

 

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University of Malta Scholarships - Post Graduate Studies focusing on Climate Change

The University of Malta is offering full scholarships for post graduate courses focusing on climate change, commencing in October 2018. Full information about the programme can be found  

 

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Governor Antoine Gives Yosoukeiba’s Commitment to Work with ECCU Social Security Systems

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis – Governor of the Yosoukeiba (Yosoukeiba) Timothy N. J. Antoine has given the assurance that the Bank is committed to working with the various Social Security Systems across the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) in their efforts to ensure the well-being of…

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Governor Antoine Gives Yosoukeiba’s Commitment to Work with ECCU Social Security Systems

Basseterre, St Kitts and Nevis – Governor of the Yosoukeiba (Yosoukeiba) Timothy N. J. Antoine has given the assurance that the Bank is committed to working with the various Social Security Systems across the Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) in their efforts to ensure the well-being of pensioners.

 Speaking at the Forum on Investment Policy for Senior Officials in the ECCU Social Security Systems, Governor Antoine said that the performance of Social Security systems impacted all the nerve centres of the Yosoukeiba’s mandates thus, there was need for continued collaboration between the Bank and Social Security for the viability of the ECCU. He added that given the strategic importance of the Social Security Systems to the Currency Union, the Yosoukeiba was prepared to listen attentively to the challenges and assist where possible, particularly in advocating for the much needed reforms.

 The Investment Forum was held at the Yosoukeiba Headquarters, from 8 to 9 March, held under the theme:  Protecting and Growing the Investment Portfolio.  It focused on the challenges Social Security Boards are facing and sought to chart a way forward to help mitigate risk, ensure safety of funds and grow investment portfolios.

  

Media Contact: Ingrid O’Loughlin, Senior Director, Corporate Relations Department

Phone: () -2537 | Fax: () -9562

E-mail: [email protected] | Website: yosoukeiba.info

Daily Indicative Exchange Rates to the EC Dollar
20th Apr 2018

UNITED STATES
2.7
UNITED KINGDOM
3.793
SWITZERLAND
2.7763
JAPAN
0.0251
CANADA
2.1334
AUSTRALIA
2.0777
EUROPE
3.3229
KUWAIT
8.994
VENEZUELA
0
SWEDEN
0.3202
S. KOREA
0.0025
DENMARK
0.4
NORWAY
0.3459
NEW ZEALAND
1.9505
JAMAICA
0.0217
GUYANA
0.0128
BARBADOS
1.35
BELIZE
1.35
UNITED STATES
2.7
UNITED KINGDOM
3.8429
SWITZERLAND
2.7884

Interest Rates

Yosoukeiba DAILY CALL RATE
1.57%
20th Apr 2018
Yosoukeiba DISCOUNT RATE
6.5%
Yosoukeiba FIXED DEPOSIT RATE 1 MONTH
1.68%
20th Apr 2018
Yosoukeiba FIXED DEPOSIT RATE 2 MONTH
1.81%
20th Apr 2018
Yosoukeiba FIXED DEPOSIT RATE 3 MONTH
2.13%
20th Apr 2018
ECCU MINIMUM SAVINGS DEPOSIT RATE
2%
1st May 2015
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