NCB Merchant Bank named the best private bank in T&T

NCB Merchant Bank (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited (NCBMBTT) has been recognized as the Best Private Bank in Trinidad and Tobago by leading international financial news and insight center Global Finance Magazine.

In a statement welcoming the honor, the NCBMTT said the award enhances the institution’s focus on holistic planning and customer-centric solutions, which has resonated strongly with its clientele.

Marli Creese, CEO of NCBMBTT said: “Through a purposeful transformation, we have placed a strong focus on innovation, delivering best-in-class service and creating personalized investment solutions that meet the evolving needs of our clients.

This commitment has enabled us to thrive and better serve our customers in today’s dynamic financial landscape.”

He continued: “Navigating the complex landscape of private banking has been particularly challenging in recent years, characterized by higher interest rates, tighter operating margins and significant market volatility.

However, we have demonstrated adaptability and steered our clients to stable results through a conservative yet strategic approach to portfolio management.”

Global Finance Magazine’s selection process includes evaluations based on transaction volume, extent of global coverage, customer service, competitive pricing and innovative technologies. The evaluation criteria relate to the institution’s local market expertise, global footprint and the breadth and sophistication of its investment offering.

Winning organizations were recognized at Global Finance Magazine’s annual World’s Best Private Bank Awards Ceremony, held recently at the Harvard Club of New York City in the historic Biddle Room.

About NCB Merchant Bank:

NCB Merchant Bank (Trinidad and Tobago) Limited, formerly NCB Global Finance Limited, is a Trinidad and Tobago incorporated non-bank financial institution and broker-dealer licensed and regulated by the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago and the Trinidad & Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission, respectively.