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About the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank
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The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) was established in October 1983. It is the Monetary Authority for a group of eight island economies namely - Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Commonwealth of Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St Kitts and Nevis, St Lucia, and St Vincent and the Grenadines.

The Agreement establishing the ECCB as the monetary authority for the eight ECCB participating governments, was signed on 5 July 1983 in Trinidad and Tobago. The ECCB was officially commissioned on 1 October 1983, replacing the Eastern Caribbean Currency Authority (ECCA) which was established in March 1965.

The primary objective of the ECCB is to maintain the stability of the Eastern Caribbean Currency and the integrity of the banking system.

Agreement Signing
Signing of the ECCB Agreement 5 July 1983: L-R: Hon Lester Bird - Deputy Prime Minister, Antigua and Barbuda; Hon Maurice Bishop - Prime Minister, Grenada; Hon John Osborne - Chief Minister, Montserrat; Mr Cecil Jacobs - Governor, ECCB; Mr Vaughn Lewis - Director General - OECS; Hon Dame Eugenia Charles - Prime Minister, Commonwealth of Dominica; Hon Kennedy Simmons - Prime Minister, St Kitts and Nevis; Hon John Compton - Prime Minister, Saint Lucia; Hon Milton Cato - Prime Minister, St Vincent and the Grenadines. Anguilla became a full member of the ECCB on 1 April 1987.
Executive Committee of the ECCB
Governor Antoine Mr. Timothy N. J. Antoine
Governor
Mr Antoine, a national of Grenada, assumed duties as the third Governor of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) on 1 February 2016
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  Deputy Governor Mr. Trevor Brathwaite
Deputy Governor
Mr Brathwaite of Saint Lucia, officially took office as the Bank’s second Deputy Governor on 3 April 2006.

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    Managing Director Mrs. Jennifer Nero
Managing Director
Mrs Nero, a native of St. Kitts and Nevis, was appointed as Managing Director in December 2005. 

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Who we are and what we do Governance and Structure
Our Member Countries council Monetary Council
Our Role and Functions Board of Directors
Monetary Policy Management Team
Chronological Highlights Organisational Chart
Legal and Regulatory Framework charter Corporate Governance Charter

Revised Treaty of Basseterre
ECCB Agreement Act 1983
The New Banking Act
Transparency Practices For Monetary Policy at the ECCB
 Corporate Governance Principles for the OECS

Former Governors and Deputy Governor
Hon Sir K Dwight Venner, Governor
1989 to 2015
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Sir Cecil Jacobs, Governor - 1973 to 1989
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Mr Errol Allen, Deputy Governor - 1974 to 2005
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Join Our Team - Working at the ECCB
The offices of the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank are set in an environment where comfort, aesthetics, ergonomics principles and practices are considered. The buildings are set in beautifully landscaped grounds, enhanced by a fountain and spectacular views of the mountains and sea. The staff represents the cultural diversity of the Eastern Caribbean. Read more
Frequently Asked Questions About the ECCB - Answers to your questions
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