Description:Nearly 75 years after the first seeds of indigenous banking were sown, it is perhaps easy to forget that Saint Lucia did not always have its own national bank and that for many, banking, even simple saving of their hard earned pennies, was a privilege denied to them to that point. From the politically and socially fertile soils of change at the time, the St. Lucia Cooperative Bank Limited opened its doors for business in January 1938 on Mongiraud Street in a backstore of Carasco and Son – an established business house. A place where the savings and investment culture on which the nation’s back-bone would be built, took root.
Type:Private and Corporate Banking
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