GNCBGuyana National Cooperative Bank
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A statement from Cuba's Ministry of Foreign Trade and International Cooperation said the debt dates from an agreement signed in March 1986 between the then-Guyana National Co-operative Bank (GNCB) and Banco Nacional de Cuba.
The Government invites proposals from prospective investors for the purchase of 100% of the Guyana National Cooperative Bank (GNCB), the third largest commercial bank in Guyana with the widest branch network consisting of eight branches and one sub-agency:
Upon privatization, the business of GNCB shall be reconstituted as a limited liability company under the Companies Act 1991 with the restructured balance sheet showing net assets or equity of approximately US$10.5 million.