The Grenada Co-operative Bank Limited (GCBL) and the Royal Grenada Police Force Welfare Association have taken another step towards deepening their relationship.
At a ceremony at the bank’s Head Office on January 18, the two signed a Memorandum of Understanding which provides preferred terms and conditions to members of RGPF and their spouses when seeking credit facilities from the Bank.
Signing on behalf of Co-op Bank was Managing Director, Richard Duncan, while Acting Polic e Commissioner Winston James and Inspector Simon Douglas executed on behalf of the police force.
Commissioner James expressed his appreciation for the mutually beneficial and longstanding relationship between Co-op Bank and the RGPF, and his desire to see that relationship strengthened even further in the future.
Duncan reaffirmed his commitment to support the Police in their community initiatives and to ensure that the members meet their goals through smart financial partnerships.
Co-op Bank has supported RGPF over the years, through sponsorships, in ventures such as the Food and Cultural Festival and Christmas Brass Concert.