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FirstCaribbean International Bank

Turks and Caicos

CIBC FirstCaribbean Bank is the largest bank in the Turks and Caicos Islands (2022 total assets). FirstCaribbean offers financial services including personal banking, corporate banking, wealth management services, credit cards, and investment banking.

The bank has 3 branches in the Turks and Caicos, one in Grand Turk (Front Street in Cockburn Town) and two on Providenciales (Leeward Highway and Grace Bay at the Saltmills Plaza).

The Saltmills Plaza, Grace Bay branch of FirstCaribbean International Bank.

History

CIBC FirstCaribbean can trace its roots back to the first Barclays bank opening in the Turks and Caicos in 1981. In 2002, FirstCaribbean International Bank was formed as a merger of operations of Barclays in the Caribbean and the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). The local branches of Barclays were renamed FirstCaribbean.

In 2006, CIBC bought Barclays’ 43.7% share of FirstCaribbean for $988 million, and in 2011 the bank was renamed to CIBC FirstCaribbean, to more closely align with the CIBC brand.

In November 2019, CIBC sold its 66.73% of shares to GNB Financial Group, an entity run by Colombian billionaire Jaime Gilinski for $797 million.

ATMs

FirstCaribbean operates the largest number of ATMs in the country: 8 (as of 2022). One is located in North Caicos (Bottle Creek), two in Grand Turk (the bank on Front Street and the Cruise Center), and five in Providenciales (the bank branches on Leeward Highway and Grace Bay, Graceway Smart, Graceway Gourmet, and the Providenciales International Airport (PLS)).

Locations

Saltmills Plaza Branch (Providenciales)
Leeward Highway Branch (Providenciales)
Front Street Branch (Grand Turk)