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Access Bank

UNITED BANK OF AFRICA (LIBERIA) LTD

Central Bank of Liberia (CBL)

ECOBANK – LIBERIA

First International Bank Liberia Limited

GT Bank Liberia

Global Bank Head Office Branch  International Bank Liberia Limited

Liberian Bank for Development and Investment

 


Access Bank

 

Head Office

20th Street, Sinkor, Tubman Boulevard
P.O. Box 1230
1000 Monrovia, 10
Liberia

info@accessbank.com.lr

www.accessbank.com.lr


UNITED BANK OF AFRICA (LIBERIA) LTD

 

CONGO TOWN                                            

MONROVIA, LIBERIA

http://www.ubagroup.com/ubaliberia/a/about_us


Central Bank of Liberia (CBL)


Corner of Warren and Carey Street
Monrovia, Liberia
West Africa

Postal Address:

Central Bank of Liberia (CBL)
P. O. Box 2048
Corner of Warren and Carey Street
Monrovia, Liberia
West Africa

Tel: (231) 226-991 / 225-685 / 229-728
Fax: + (231) 226-114
Telex: 44215

www.cbl.org.lr


ECOBANK – LIBERIA

 

ASHMUN & RANDALL STREET

P.O. BOX 4825

1000 MONROVIA, 10 LIBERIA

Email: madepoju@ecobank.com

www.ecobank.com


First International Bank Liberia Limited

 

Luke Building Broad Street, Opposite Sport Commission

Monrovia, Liberia

Phone: +231 77026241, +231 77045101

Fax: +231 77059608

Efax: 16615540260

Email: info@fib-lib.com

www.ibliberia.com


GT Bank Liberia

 

Guaranty Trust Bank (Liberia) Limited
United Nations Drive,
Clara Town, Bushrod Island,
P. O. Box 0382
Monrovia, Liberia
Tel: + 231 77499992
Fax: +231 77499995

www.gtbanklr.com


Global Bank Head Office Branch


Corner of Ashmun and Mechlin Street
P. O. Box 2053
Cell: +231-6515743
+231-6517720

Website http://www.globalbankliberia.com


International Bank Liberia Limited


64 Broad Street
P.O. Box 292
Monrovia, Liberia

customercare@ibliberia.comcustomercare@ibliberia.com

www.ibliberia.com
(231) 226092
(231) 226505


Liberian Bank for Development and Investment

 

www.lbdi.net


 

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Latest News


AfDB approves US $120-million corporate loan to Ghana Airports Company - First private sector investment in Ghana’s transport sector

01/10/2015 - On September 30, 2015, the Board of Directors of the African Development Bank (AfDB) approved a US $120-million corporate loan to support Ghana Airports Company Limited’s (GACL) capital investment programme. The programme entails the construction of a new terminal at Kotoka International Airport (KIA) in Accra, and rehabilitation of other airports managed by GACL including Kumasi, Tamale, Ho and Wa Airports. The loan is the first private-sector investment that the AfDB has financed in Ghana’s transport sector.


Benin, Côte d’Ivoire and Ethiopia to benefit from African Trade Insurance (ATI) Membership Programme

23/09/2015 - The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group has approved a combined US $30 million soft loan to Benin, Côte d'Ivoire and Ethiopia to be utilized for membership subscriptions in the African Trade Insurance Agency (ATI). This is a critical step and a prerequisite for ATI to commence its operations within these countries. Under the approvals, Benin and Ethiopia will each receive US $7.50 million, whilst Côte d'Ivoire will receive US $15.0 million


Banks Positively Reassessing Liberia

There has been a rising stream of good news coming out of the Republic of Liberia. The country recently celebrated a ten year milestone of peace. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, elected in 2005 as the first elected female head of state in Africa was re-elected to a second term in 2011. The President was jointly awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2011. Other Liberian accomplishments include:

• Corporations
• Election to the UN’s IMO (International Maritime Organization) council
• White listed by OECD Global Forum
• Leading country in extractive industry transparency Initiative
• World’s largest quality Ship Registry

The treatment of Liberian business entities has not always kept pace with the changes in the country. There is a misconception internationally that there are sanctions against Liberia. There are no International nor US Treasury sanctions against Liberia. UN, EU and US Sanctions all specifically target the associates of former President Taylor and his administration. In fact, US Treasury sanctions state:

Title 31 Part 593 of the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations: “The sanctions set forth in E.O. 13348 and implemented in the Regulations are targeted sanctions directed at the regime of former President Charles Taylor. The sanctions are not directed against the country of Liberia, the Government of Liberia, or the Central Bank of Liberia. They do not prohibit the provision of banking services to Liberia, including the maintenance of correspondent banking relationships with Liberian banks, unless the bank in question is a person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to the Regulations.” (Link: PDF Sanction Overview)

International and US Treasury sanctions do not target Liberian corporations. In fact there are no sanctioned Liberian nonresident corporations or Liberian-flag vessels.

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About WABA


     
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Our Mission and Objectives

 

What We Do at WABA
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The West African Bankers Association's mission is "to develop, promote, generate, coordinate and drive cross border banking and financial transactions that will enhance regional trade, economic and financial integration and development." ...read more

WABA creates avenues for the revision and exchange of information on banking practices in the sub-region in particular and in Africa in general, and a forum for the discussion of common problems. The enhancement of the promotion and strengthening of ...read more

WABA comprises 3 organs namely; The Secretariat, The Executive Council and the General Assembly, including the Executive Management, and the Board of Directors. The Secretariat is run by the Secretary General who is the Chief Executive Officer. ...read more

 
 
 
 
 
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