CBCS Stakeholders Survey
WILLEMSTAD/PHILIPSBURG - Next week, the Centrale Bank van Curaçao en Sint Maarten (CBCS) will be launching a survey among its stakeholders. This is the third survey conducted by the CBCS to gauge its stakeholders’ opinions on the execution of its tasks and regarding developments of significance to the CBCS. The survey will be conducted by research firm RE-Quest.
The latest stakeholders survey, held in 2020, yielded important insights for the CBCS's strategic agenda and activities. Among other things, it highlighted the need to prioritize the structural problems at Girobank and Ennia. Expeditiously addressing these two problem institutions was considered key to restoring confidence in the Bank’s integrity as an organization. A further concern was the need to improve the CBCS’s response time and communication. Also, more attention was called for innovation and improvement of payment systems.