50th Anniversary Address by the Chief Executive Officer
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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.  
Christmas Message from our Chief Executive Officer
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As 2017 draws to a close it is time to reflect on what has been a challenging year at the ADB. Despite the many hurdles, I am proud of what we have achieved as a team for the period. I am humbled and very appreciative of all the hard work put in by staff in support of the  Bank and by extension the sector.  
ADB at CARIRIs World Food Day Event
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On Saturday 23rd September, 2017 the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) participated via Bronze Sponsorship at CARIRI’s World Food Day event at the Centre of Excellence, Macoya.
ADB responds to the effects of Tropical Storm Bret
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In the aftermath of Tropical Storm, Bret, the Bank attempted to contact its 1,719 clients to determine whether they were affected and to ascertain the assistance and/or relief that could be provided by the ADB.  All of the clientele were contacted with 280 clients confirming that they were negatively impacted by the weather conditions.  
 
Platinum Sponsor at UWI techAgri Expo 2017
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The Faculty of Food and Agriculture (FFA) at UWI hosted a 3-day exhibition (March 24th - 26th ,2017) entitled “techAgri Expo2017: Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Commercialization” in which the Agricultural Development Bank (ADB) was a Platinum Sponsor.