Press Releases

Republic Bank contributes to the Anglican High School Sports & Recreational Flat

October 31, 2019; Tanteen, St. George’s: The Anglican high School Sport and Recreational Flat was officially opened on October 10, 2019. Republic Bank is extremely pleased to be a partner in this unique “green” project, aimed at establishing leadership in sustainability through the concept: “Recycle, Reduce and Reuse”.

Wednesday 20 November 2019

Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited Wins ECCU inaugural Bank of the Year Award for Financial Education and Empowerment

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St. George’s, Grenada; November 13, 2019: A proud moment for Republic Bank (Grenada) Limited, having won the inaugural Eastern Caribbean Currency Union (ECCU) Bank of the Year Award for Financial Education and Empowerment.

Friday 15 November 2019

The 16th Season of the Republic Bank RightStart Cup Youth Football Tournament Kicks off in Gouyave

September 23, 2019; St. George, Grenada: Twenty–two (22) schools, 50 teams and over 1000 players are vying to top the 16th annual Republic Bank RightStart Cup Youth Football Tournament for 2019.

Thursday 26 September 2019

Congratulations to Hero CPL!

Republic Bank congratulates Hero Caribbean Premier League on its enormous success!
Monday 09 September 2019

Grenada Cancer Society Receives Mobile Cancer Screening Unit From Republic Bank

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July 30, 2019, St. George, Grenada:The Grenada Cancer Society is the proud recipient of a Mobile Cancer Screening Unit, made possible by the generous contribution of Republic Bank, through its Power to Make A Difference programme.

The unveiling of the Mobile Cancer Screening Unit represents “a message of hope that you CAN be a survivor of cancer” says Mrs. Naeisha John-Diarra, Executive of the Grenada Cancer Society, and a cancer survivor herself.

Monday 05 August 2019

Republic Bank Donates To St. Patrick’s Catholic Church (Hillsborough) Dorm Restoration Efforts

St. George’s; July 15, 2019: Almost fifteen (15) years since the passage of Hurricane Ivan over Grenada and its dependencies, some organizations continue to struggle with their rebuilding efforts.

The St. Patrick’s Catholic Church is the main parish center serving Carriacou and Petit Martinique. In 2004, the dormitory was destroyed by the hurricane and reconstruction commenced in 2006; funded primarily by fundraising activities organized by the communities. To date, they are still a long way from completing this project.

Monday 15 July 2019

Republic Bank in Full Support of Carriacou Regatta Festival

St. George’s; July 08, 2019: Each year, for more than half a century, lovers of “boats and competitive racing” converge on the sister isle to experience this uniquely preserved aspect of Carriacou’s culture, the Carriacou Regatta. Supported by boat builders, sailing enthusiasts, corporate sponsors and visitors just wanting to savour the colourful sails which adorn the hand-crafted workboats parading the pristine blue waters, Carriacou Regatta has made its name as one of the popular festivals, along the Caribbean’s southern island chain.

Wednesday 10 July 2019


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