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The history of First Citizens begins as far back as the 19th Century, when activists were demanding reform and giving a voice to the working class. That movement, eventually gave rise to the Trinidad Co-operative Bank which opened its doors in 1914.

The journey continues in through to the 1930s crisis in the oil and sugar belts, the independence era and the Black Power movement, which accelerated the opening of National Commercial Bank in 1970 and the Worker's Bank in 1971.

First Citizens became successful through investment in revolutionary technology, tighter prudential credit policies, improved customer service, a development of a performance-oriented culture and talented leaders.



  • paper order
  • efirst
  • Point of Sale Terminal
  • Classic Credit Card “Shopping”