Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

Brief History

The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago was established on December 12th, 1964 under an Act of Parliament after gaining political independence in 1962 from Great Britain. The Bank took over functions of the Eastern Caribbean Currency Authority in Trinidad and Tobago. Legislation was last revised in 1994.

Governor

Alvin Hilaire
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Terms of appointment: 5 years; term began on 23 December 2015; appointed by the President of the Republic of Trinidad and

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