The public is hereby advised that the Division of Finance and the Economy formerly known as the Division of Finance and Enterprise Development has changed its website address.

As such, persons wishing to access the site should utilise the new address below:

For further information please contact:

The Communication Unit, Division of Finance and the Economy 
Tel: (868) 639-4412
Exts. 4405-4406


  • "Finance Week" is fast approaching!!! November 13th-17th 2017. For more information, please contact the Division of Finance and the Economy’s Communications Unit at 639-4412 Ext. 4405
  • Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy Assemblyman Joel Jack addressed conference attendees at the official launch of the inaugural Tobago Information Communication Technology Summit 2017 yesterday (September 26, 2017) at the Magdalena Grand Beach Resort . The two-day Summit is being hosted by the THA's Tobago Information Technology Limited (TITL) in collaboration with Bmobile, Huawei Technologies and GINAMCO Caribbean Limited
  • Tobago House of Assembly’s (THA) Chief Secretary Kelvin Charles (left) accompanied by Deputy Chief Secretary and Secretary of Finance and the Economy Assemblyman Joel Jack (right), is greeted by Finance Minister Colm Imbert (centre) following their recent pre-budget meeting which took place at the Eric Williams Financial Complex on Friday 15th September, 2017. The meeting focused on Tobago’s budgetary submission and was held ahead of the 2018 National Budget presentation which is scheduled for Monday 02nd, October 2017.
  • Deputy Chief Secretary and Finance Secretary Joel Jack (right) presents United Nations (UN) Resident Coordinator and Resident Representative of the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) Richard Blewitt with a gift during a courtesy call at the Victor E Bruce, Financial Complex on Wednesday August 30th, 2017.
  • Deputy Chief Secretary & Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack congratulates Alex Antoine on receiving the YES Summer Internship 2017-Leadership award. He was selected as the most outstanding intern from among the 51 participants.
  • The YES Summer Interns were all geared up and eager to play their part in helping to keep the environment clean during a recent beach clean-up exercise.
Tobago Business Directory

This directory provides contact information for indigenous businesses.
The Enterprise Assistance Grant Programme (E.A.G.P.)

Providing grant funding for entrepreneurs starting small business or embarking on expansion or improvement.
The Youth Energized for Success Programme

Outreach and training initiatives aimed at empowering young persons
The Enterprise Assistance Fund

The Enterprise Assistance Fund is a loan facility for expanding the small and micro enterprise sector in Tobago.
The Emergency Medical Alert Programme

This programme is the first of its kind in the English-speaking Caribbean, and is available free of charge to the residents of Tobago.
The Emergency Social Assistance Card Programme

Providing one-off financial assistance for special cases to obtain food, medicine and other vital items.
The Fish Processing Company of Tobago Limited (FIPCOT)
Strengthening the fishing market & cultivating skills among local fishermen LEARN MORE
Eco-Industrial Development Company of Tobago Limited (E-IDCOT)
Driving economic development and transformation in Tobago. LEARN MORE
The Venture Capital Equity Fund Limited
The Tobago House of Assembly Venture Capital Equity Fund Limited... LEARN MORE
Tobago Cassava Products Limited (TCPL)
The Tobago Cassava Products is a major driver of agri-business development in Tobago. LEARN MORE
Tobago Cold Storage and Warehouse Facility Limited
Supporting Local Agriculture, Fishing and Business LEARN MORE
The Milford Road Esplanade
Accommodating indigenous small businesses LEARN MORE
Tobago Information Technology Limited (TITL)
Tobago Information Technology Limited (TITL) is the driver of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) on the island. LEARN MORE