Guyana’s Top Bank for Consumers and Businesses

Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Ltd., established in 1836, provides customized financial services that are designed to benefit the individual consumer, business clients, and the larger community. As the number-one banker in Guyana, GBTI Bank offers everything from small business investment support to retail savings and lending. When GBTI Bank opened more than 180… Continue Reading

Behind the Scenes: Steel Pan Music in Guyana

Behind the Scenes: Steel Pan Music in Guyana

GBTI, Guyana’s largest indigenous bank, has a passion for supporting the unique local arts and culture of the Caribbean nation. Among the unique cultural attractions that tourists and other visitors to Guyana are interested in seeing are local steel pan groups, which play an old and unique form of music inextricably linked to the Caribbean.… Continue Reading

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GBTI waives ATM and Point of Sale Fees

GBTI has notified its customers of the bank’s waiver of fees related to the use of its Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) and Point of Sale service for the remainder of the month. 

We all know that there are concerns in every quarter about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19).

We are concerned about the safety and protection of you our valued customers as well as the safety and protection of our staff.

We have taken a number of steps to protect persons visiting our various branches and our staff, with the aim of preventing and or reducing transmission of the disease. Among these measures are the provision of hand sanitizers and wipes.

As an added measure, the Bank has taken the decision to waive all fees related to the use of your local debit cards at our ATMs and Point of Sales for the rest of this month.

We encourage our online customers to utilize the platform for basic transfers, bill payments and balance checks during this time.

Our Branch staff remain ready to assist you, while providing the option to use the ATM and Point of Sale whenever possible. 

We will continue to monitor and review the situation over the next few weeks and advise of any changes.

We encourage you to adhere to all health and safety measures outlined by the Ministry of Health and PAHO/WHO to help safeguard all of us: our families and workplaces.