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Central Bank to host information sessions for creditors


Added 23 September 2018


FILE Central Bank Barbados

The Central Bank of Barbados, will be hosting a debt exchange forum exclusively for holders of treasury bills, treasury notes and debentures outstanding as of September 30, 2018.

The debt exchange forum will be held from Monday September 24 to Saturday September 29, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily at the Courtney Blackman Grande Salle, at the Central Bank.

The sessions are intended to help creditors understand the terms and conditions of the Debt Exchange Offer under Government’s Debt Restructuring Programme. The Bank’s   representatives will be on hand to answer creditors’ queries, and to explain the Offer.

Creditors will have the opportunity to get their questions and concerns addressed. (PR)






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