Belize Bank Limited is interested in establishing operations in Guyana.
This was highlighted by the bank’s Executive Chairman, Lyndon Guiseppi when he paid a courtesy call on Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo.
The Executive Chairman was accompanied by Phillip Osborne, Company Secretary of Caribbean Investment Holdings Limited, of which Guiseppi is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
Osborne disclosed that their interest was sparked by the imminent production of oil and the promotion of Guyana as the potential fastest growing economy in the world. He added that their banking portfolio in Belize and other Caribbean states concentrates on agricultural sector investment.
While acknowledging the investor’s confidence in Guyana, the Prime Minister encouraged them to pursue their interest with the relevant authorities. (DPI)
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