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CEO and Managing Director, Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited, Ian De Souza (left) and Lavere Thompson, Head - Republic Mortgage and Premium Banking Centre (right) tell Mrs. Wavney Nicholls, Retail Manager - Retail Banking “well done” during her retirement function on Wednesday evening.
Bank committed: Organisation continues on mission to make home ownership accessible to more Barbadians
BARBADIANS have been assured that there will be no let up by Republic Bank (Barbados) Limited in ensuring that they continue to have access to mortgages.

Ian De Souza, CEO and Managing Director of the Bank, gave this assurance while making a presentation at the retirement function for Mrs. Wavney Nicholls, who has called it a day after 20 years with Republic Mortgage and Premium Banking Centre, formerly the Barbados Mortgage Finance Corporation.

The CEO said that with Republic Bank Limited having made the investment in what was then the Barbados National Bank, it has brought additional investment and management capability and with the work of the employees, will contribute to further growth in the future.

“The organisation therefore will continue with the mission of ensuring that as many Barbadians as can afford it have access to a home and as many Barbadians as can afford it h...

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