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50th Anniversary Address
by the Chief Executive Officer

CEO XMAS.jpg As the ADB celebrates 50 years of existence a reflection into its history reveals that the development of the Bank is closely linked to the advancement in society over time. The organization has its origins in the early 1800s when it was known as the Agricultural Bank. In 1945, the name of the Bank was changed to the Agricultural Credit Bank as its powers were expanded to allow it to provide funding for the purchase of land. In 1965, the name of the Bank was again changed to the Agricultural Development Bank when the ADB Act was created; this Statute was enacted in 1968.

Today, the Bank boasts of a network of five (5) branches, strategically located in key geographic areas in Trinidad and Tobago. The organization has grown to an asset size in excess of $680Mn with a loan portfolio of $380Mn. Over the years, the Bank has been served by a cadre of Directors who were responsible for charting the strategic direction of the organization. Its growth has also been enabled by its various staff members who have provided yeoman service to this date. Read More
45 years of growing the nation
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