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: 

fte.tha.gov.tt.

For further information please contact:

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

 

  • Administrator in the Division of Finance and the Economy Mrs Claire Davidson-Williams encouraging staff members to capitalise on the training opportunity at the Cash Book Training Workshop on Thursday November 30th, 2017. The workshop was hosted at the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex.
  • A cross section of the audience at the Cash Book Training Workshop held at the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex on Thursday November 30th, 2017.
  • (front row) Deputy Chief Secretary and Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack (2nd from left), Internship and Succession Management Officer Tamesia Taylor (1st from left), Deputy Director of the Youth Energised for Success Programme (YES) Melissa Alexis James and Education and Training Officer of the Strategic Development Unit Chinaka Holder with workshop participants and YES staff members at the Closing Ceremony of the YES-Youth Entrepreneurship Workshop on Friday 24th November,2017 at the Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex.
  • Deputy Chief Secretary and Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack delivering remarks at the Closing Ceremony of the Youth Energised for Success Programme (YES)- Youth Entrepreneurship Workshop on Friday 24th November,2017 at the Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex.
  • Deputy Chief Secretary and Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack with Danique Edwards (left), Lakeisha Paul and Rachel Graham (far right) at the Closing Ceremony of the Youth Entrepreneurship Workshop on Friday 24th November,2017. The three students were among fifty four (54) young Tobagonians who received certificates after completing the one week workshop which was facilitated by the Division of Finance and the Economy’s Youth Energised for Success Programme (YES).
  • From far left: Chief Executive Officer of the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchanges Commission Mr. Hyden Gittens, Programme Co-ordinator of the Financial Literacy Secretariat Mrs. Afeisha Mc Kain, Administrator in the Division of Finance and the Economy Mrs. Claire Davidson-Williams, Executive Director of the Banking Association of Trinindad and Tobago Mrs. Kelly Bute-Seaton and Financial Services Ombudsman Mr. Dominic Stoddard pose for a group shot following the Financial Literacy Breakfast Meeting at the Penthouse of the Victor E Bruce, Financial Complex on Wednesday 22nd November, 2017.
  • From far left-Secretary of Infrastructure and the Environment Councillor Kwesi Des Vignes, GINAMCO Caribbean Limited-Business Development Consultant Ms. Sasha Layne, THA Deputy Chief Secretary and Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack, Secretary of Tourism, Culture and Transportation Councillor Nadine Stewart-Phillips and Assistant Secretary of Community Development Enterprise Development and Labour Assemblyman Shomari Hector at the Division of Finance and the Economy's Youth Empowerment Forum 2017.
  • Deputy Chief Secretary and Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack with staff and students of the Scarborough Secondary School at this year's Youth Empowerment Forum which was held at the Magdalena Grand Beach and Golf Resort on Tuesday, 17th November, 2017.
  • A cross section of the youthful audience at the Division of Finance and the Economy's Youth Empowerment Forum 2017.
  • Education and Training Officer of the Strategic Business Development Unit, Ms. Chinaka Holder delivering her presentation on entrepreneurship at the Youth Energised for Success inaugural "Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow" Youth Entrepreneurship Program. The workshop sessions took place at the Training Room of the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex.
  • Ag. Finance Administrator Ms. Jacqueline Job presents Financial Advisor of the Unit Trust Co-operation Mrs. Desire Hackett-Murray with a token of appreciation following her presentation at the Financial Literacy Secretariat's -Financial Empowerment Forum on Wednesday 15th November, 2017. The session which focused on "wealth creation in trying economic times" was held at the Division of Finance's Training Room Facility.
ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES
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.
ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT
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