A powerful global presence within the profession, ACCA inspires its members and students towards greater success and prosperity. Caribbean members and students benefit from a wealth of valuable resources and support, delivered online and through our local centres of excellence.
Trinidad and Tobago IFC and ACCA partner on new Global Business Services Qualification for Accounting Professionals:
The American Chamber of Commerce of Trinidad and Tobago (AMCHAM T&T) represents 300 private sector companies, 25% multinational and 75% national. AMCHAM T&T's member companies represent over 90% of the foreign direct investment into Trinidad and Tobago and AmCham has, in its short 20-year history, become the de facto preferred point of private sector representation for local, US and multinational companies.
The Association of Real Estate Agents (AREA) was established in 1990, and has evolved into an organisation which is leading The Real Estate Industry and its related fields to an international level of performance and professionalism.
Established in 1966, The Association of Trinidad and Tobago Insurance Companies (ATTIC) is an association of insurance companies and its members; which includes all life insurance companies and the majority of general insurance companies. The Association also includes brokers, adjusters and other companies with a bona fide interest in the well-being of the industry who join as associate members.
The Bankers Association of Trinidad and Tobago currently comprises eight member banks, including Bank of Baroda, Citi Bank, FirstCaribbean International Bank, First Citizens, Intercommerical Bank, RBTT Bank, Republic Bank Ltd and Scotiabank.
The Institute of Banking and Finance of Trinidad and Tobago (IBF) is a not-for-profit awarding body, established in 1984, to assist the advancement of the banking and finance professions through its offerings of professional education programmes and corporate training services.
Formed by an Act of Parliament on September 17th 1970, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Trinidad and Tobago (ICATT) has been committed to its mandate of developing, promoting and regulating the accountancy profession of Trinidad and Tobago.
Since establishment on March 14th 1879, we have lobbied on behalf of our members’ interests. We feel confident that we have made a profound impact on the conduct of business and development of the national economy. To seek the interests of our members and the wider business community by forging a sustainable framework for successful business through effective advocacy, representation, facilitation and enablement of legitimate and responsible enterprise.
TTCSI is a national umbrella body that brings together all services sector organizations and associations.
Basically it is an alliance of professional services associations and organizations. It will function as a focal point to lobby; channel and address trade in services issues and services development issues, which are critical for the sector to thrive in the competitive global environment.