Teller Services To Resume From April 7th
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 following banking services will be available to the general public:
-Over the counter teller services for personal and business customers
-Full ATM services
-Processing of urgent temporary credit facilities
-Night depository services
Heightened Protocol and Social Distancing Measures
The Association’s members will be implementing social distancing markers in the banking halls to ensure that every customers will be six feet apart from each other. Priority will be given to the elderly. In addition, the areas outside of the banks will be demarcated to allow customers to stand at least six (6) feet apart from each other. Members of the Royal Saint Lucia Police Force and other security personnel will be on hand to ensure compliance with these measures.
The Association advises that members of staff will be wearing masks and customers are strongly encouraged to do likewise for the protection of all.
Use of non-branch channels
In order to limit the number of visits to our branches, the Association is encouraging the general public to utilize digital channels such as online and mobile banking, ABMs and debit and credit cards as far as possible. Customers are also encouraged to contact their banks by email and telephone when making inquiries or for initiating certain transactions.
1st National Bank St. Lucia Limited
Bank of Saint Lucia Limited
Capita Financial Services Inc.
CIBC FirstCaribbean International
Financial Investment And Consultancy Services Limited
RBC Royal Bank
Republic Bank EC Limited
Sagicor Finance Inc.
Saint Lucia Development Bank