Deep Roots

The roots of National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited (NCB) extend over some 170 years to 1837 when the Colonial Bank of London, England opened its doors on Harbour Street in the flourishing city of Kingston Jamaica. Over the years as the face of banking of Jamaica began to change, and through a series of mergers and acquisitions, the bank eventually emerged in August 1977 as National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited.

Milestones

2016
  • World Finance Pension Funds Awards 2016
  • The Gleaner Honour Awards 2016
  • Manchester Chamber of Commerce (MCOC) Business Award and the Jamaica
  • Environment Trust – Manatee Sponsor Award.
  • Jamaica Business Leader Award Nomination (amongst top 8 companies on the island with exceptional philanthropic endeavours).
  • The Gleaner Honour Awards 2016 recipient in the category of Education for its continued support of the education sector in Jamaica.
  • Manchester Chamber of Commerce (MCOC) Business Award Presented by the MCOC in recognition of NCB’s significant contribution to education in the parish of Manchester and surrounding communities.
  • Jamaica Environment Trust – Manatee Sponsor Award Presented by the Jamaica Environment Trust in recognition of our support of the School’s Environment Programme (SEP). The programme is the largest school’s environmental programme over its 19 year run.