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MCB Personal Banking: Effective financial services with a personal touch.

Maduro & Curiel’s Bank Group is a privately held bank, which was established in 1916 as the first commercial bank in the Dutch Caribbean and continues today to be the leading financial institution in Curaçao, Aruba, St. Maarten and the BES islands (Bonaire, Saba and St. Eustatius).

Our Bank is affiliated, since 1970, with The Bank of Nova Scotia, Canada’s most international financial institution, which serves over 10 million customers in 50 countries around the world. MCB also maintains a network of correspondent banks throughout the world, which include representation in all of the world’s money centers.

Maduro & Curiel’s Bank Group prides itself on extending personal and customized financial services to its personal and commercial clients through its branch network in Curaçao, its subsidiaries in Aruba (Caribbean Mercantile Bank N.V.), St. Maarten and St. Eustatius (The

Windward Islands Bank N.V.), and Bonaire (Maduro & Curiel’s Bank Bonaire N.V.).

Maduro & Curiel’s Bank Group believes that its clients and communities deserve to be provided continuously with the most innovative services and products in personal, private and commercial banking and in investment, insurance and trust services.

Maduro & Curiel's Bank Group provides financial services at the highest level of integrity and maintains strict guidelines for ethical business conduct which the Bank, its executives and staff comply with. These include strict adherence to principles of client confidentiality and to anti-money laundering regulations.

We are able to open accounts for you in all major international currencies at any of our 15 conveniently located Branches. We provide our Bankomatiko Smartcard (debit card), a large variety of credit cards that fit your needs, checkbooks in English, Dutch, Spanish and Papiamentu and many other services for your banking convenience.

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