National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB)
The National Commercial Bank Jamaica Ltd. (NCB) had its genesis over 175 years when in 1837 the Colonial Bank of London, England, opened its doors on Harbour Street in Kingston. Through a series of mergers and acquisitions, the Bank eventually became known, in 1977, as National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited.
Today trading on both the Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago Stock Exchange, NCB has grown to become Jamaica’s largest financial services provider with 40.0% market share by assets of the commercial banking sector (as at September 2011). NCB provides a wealth of financial services through its network of 42 locations and over 170 ATMs islandwide. These services include chequing and savings accounts, credit card facilities, personal and commercial loans, insurance, and wealth management
With an asset base of $225B as at March 2010, NCB is a leading Jamaican conglomerate committed to creating financial prosperity, while instilling social consciousness through its nation building activities.
The N.C.B. Foundation serves as the philanthropic arm of the organization.See more