Trinidad and Tobago governor looks to empower ombudsman


The governor of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Jwala Rambarran, on August 28 set out plans to improve financial literacy and extend the scope of the country's financial services ombudsman.

Speaking at the Caribbean Conference on Financial Inclusion in Port of Spain, Rambarran highlighted the importance of the Financial Services Ombudsman, which facilitates the resolution of complaints from individuals and small businesses with respect to banking services and the insurance industry in

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