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Jun

The Board of Directors of the Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank is pleased...

Sep

The recently approved $10 million dollar Line of Credit for Agriculture from the Government of Dominica, with resources earned from the Citizen by Investment Programme (CBIP), is being shared equally between the pork and poultry industries and crops, other livestock, fishing and general agriculture enterprises.

Sep

A 3% special Tourism Loan Facility is now available at the AID Bank, for the purpose of expansion and upgrade of hotel and restaurant plants.

This EC$15 million special facility, funded with resources from the Citizenship by Investment programme (CBIP) was recently signed between the Government of Dominica and the AID Bank, to improve the tourism infrastructure on island.

Aug

The Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank has increased its sensitization to stakeholders within the Agriculture Sector with respect to the $10 million dollar Line of credit from the Government of Dominica.

Since the recent signing of the Agriculture Loan Agreements, there have been increased consultations with the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries, individual farmers and other key stakeholders within the sector.

Jul

The Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank is officially a sponsor of Buy Dominica Month 2016.

This year’s campaign activities are being organized by the collaborative efforts of the Dominica Manufacturers association (DMA), the Dominica Coalition of Service Industries, along with the Dominica Export Import Agency (DEXIA) and the Ministry of Commerce.

Jul

On Wednesday 6th July 2016, The Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank attended the Isaiah Thomas Secondary School enrolment ceremony at the school’s grounds.

16 new students pledged to conform to the rules of the Dominica Cadet Corps and to be good citizens of the Commonwealth of Dominica. AID Bank sponsored one of the young recruits, Mathy Bernard.

Jul

Financial Data Systems Limited (FDSL) is a software company set up by five Development Banks in the OECS - including the AID Bank - to develop, maintain and market “DPAC”, a loans management software package, which provides users with a high level of customer service and support.

The AID Bank was voted to chair FDSL, when it met with other current shareholders - namely, St. Kitts Development Bank, Grenada Development Bank, Antigua Development Bank and Bank of St. Lucia, at FDSL’s Annual General Meeting in Jamaica recently.

Jul

The AID Bank has made a number of contributions towards graduation ceremonies of four educational institutions in various parts of the island, the Business Training Centre College, The Bense Primary School, the Warner Primary School, and the Goodwill Secondary School. These sponsorships were made towards the plaques to be awarded to students or teachers who have earned merit for their performance.

Jul

The Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank attended and made presentations at a Workshop hosted by the Division of Agriculture - North East Agricultural Region from 2:00pm on 16th June 2016, at the Calibishie Resource Centre. The purpose for attending this workshop was to sensitize farmers in the region about the importance of record keeping and the bank’s funding opportunities in agriculture.

May

For the third time this year, the AID Bank is publicly recognized.  The Ministry of Education, Human Resource Development’s Library and Information Service recognised the Dominica Agricultural Industrial and Development Bank for its “outstanding contribution and support to the Dominica Library and Information Service”.

May

AID Bank is sponsoring the live broadcast of Tourism Youth Congress 2016 which is scheduled for 10:00 am today 5th May 2016 at Alliance Francaise Building. The aim of the congress is to stimulate greater excitement and awareness among young people by allowing them to research and be acquainted with various aspects of the tourism sector and share their ideas and vision on the future direction of tourism.

About eight Secondary schools will be represented by one student each. Students will be given three minutes to express their views on a prepared topic from the following list: