As part of its activities for (FIM) Financial Information Month 2020, the Bankers Association of Saint Lucia has been active in educating the general public and giving back to the poor and elderly. Last week, representatives from the various banks came to together to pay a special visit and make a donation to the Villa St. Jospeh Home for the Elderly.
In these trying times, the Bankers Association of Saint Lucia is here to support you and your family. Our objective is to help you to concentrate on what is important – remaining in good health, supporting your loved ones, and of course, taking care of your finances. Our Association members are offering our valued customers, moratoriums on bank debts in an attempt to cushion the economic blow dealt by the COVID-19 Pandemic. To assist with your concerns on moratoria we have prepared a list of answers for some frequently asked questions.
The Bankers Association of Saint Lucia shall resume limited banking operations effective April 7th, 2020 following the announcement by Honourable Prime Minister Allen Chastanet on April 5th regarding the end of the 24-hour curfew. Financial institutions are mindful of the continued threat posed by COVID-19 and will be opening their doors to the public from 8:00 am to 12 noon until further notice. We shall also be implementing special measures for social distancing.
The Bankers Association of Saint Lucia has confirmed that adjustments will be made to the banking services available to the public in keeping with the Hon. Prime Minister Allen Chastanet’s announcement of a partial scale down of all non-essential economic and social services from Monday, March 23, 2020 to Sunday, April 5, 2020. The following measures are in keeping with the implementation of the Heightened Protocol and Social Distancing Regime as part of a national response to the COVID-19 pandemic:
The Bankers Association of Saint Lucia has been monitoring the global and regional developments as it relates to the novel Corona Virus (COVID-19) and we continue to do so with heightened awareness following the announcement of Saint Lucia’s first COVID-19 case on Friday March 13th, 2020.