1Unit H102 The Regent Village Grace Bay Road Providenciales Turks and CaicosGet directions
In 1981, the bank financed local builder Evan “Storm” Missick to build Harbour House, the first modern commercial building on Grand Turk, and quite naturally became its fi
rst occupant. The bank was based there until 1997 when it moved to the Mac Law House on Duke Street, Grand Turk. In February 2002 the Board of Directors took another major step forward and opened an office in Caribbean Place, Providenciales, a reflection of the branching out of financial activities into the country’s tourism mecca. Since most of the financial services industry professionals are also based in Providenciales and a major shift in businesses has taken place to the Grace Bay area, the Bank decided in January 2011 to close the Grand Turk and Caribbean place offices and to move into modern premises at the Regent Village in the heart of the Grace Bay Resorts and shopping district.
A major achievement was the Seim family sponsorship of the Turks & Caicos National Museum, an investment of over $1 million since its establishment in 1990 and with Grethe acting as a driving force in its creation. Among many other local causes, the bank also donated funds to build the new clubhouse at Waterloo Golf Course in Grand Turk. The Bank continues to support the National Museum, Sports and Education and the staff take active roles in various community organizations. Read more......Read less