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It is the first transaction of its kind between two of the leading indigenous financial institutions in the region.

NCBJ, an indigenous Jamaican institution - is the largest financial services institution in Jamaica and one of the largest in the region.

The successful completion of this transaction is subject to all necessary regulatory approvals in Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago and other relevant jurisdictions.

This transaction is a game-changer in the history of the financial services sector in the Caribbean.

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