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 Enterprise Development
Tel: (868) 639-4412
Exts. 4405-4406
Email: communication@gov.tt

 

  • Investment Opportunity: One member of the audience making his contribution at the First Citizen’s Bank Additional Public Offering Meeting on Friday 17th March, 2017. The meeting offered potential investors the opportunity to learn about the new investment opportunity and was facilitated by the Division of Finance and the Economy’s Financial Literacy Secretariat.
  • Representatives from the Unit trust Corporation and other participants listen keenly to the presentations at the World Consumer Rights Day 2017 Workshop held at the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex on March 15th 2017. This year’s theme focused on “Building A Digital World That Consumers Can Trust”
  • Too Fit to Quit: Fitness enthusiasts transformed the Car Park at the Division of Finance and the Economy into a fitness hub showing strength and endurance during a Fitness Workout Session recently with Aerobics Instructor & Trainer, Mr. Alvin Douglas.
  • Making waves: Secretary of Finance and the Economy, Assemblyman Joel Jack and Finance Administrator Mrs. Claire Davidson Williams extend hearty congratulations to the winner of THA’s Interdepartment Personality Show 2017, Mr Travis Sebro at the Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex on 21st February, 2017. Travis, “painted the town blue” with his stellar performance and returned the coveted title to the Division
  • Sharing the Love:-Employees at the Division of Finance and the Economy, Tobago House of Assembly in cheerful spirits after receiving Valentine’s Day gifts on Tuesday, 14th May 2017 at the Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex. Administrator, Mrs. Claire Davidson Williams (second from left) made individual presentations to staff members, much to their delight. It was truly a Valentine’s Day to remember.
  • Participants critically examine samples of Trinidad and Tobago currency notes during a presentation at Central Bank’s Annual Know Your Money Seminar which was held at the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex on Wednesday 15th February, 2017
  • Secretary of Finance and the Economy Joel Jack and Canadian High Commissioner, Her Excellency Carla Hogan Rufelds welcomes President of the Tobago Agro Processors Association Mrs Darilyn Smart at the Export to Canada Workshop at Rovanel’s Resort on Feb 02, 2017. ExporTT’s Chief Executive Officer Dwight Brown (far right) also shared in the moment.
  • The newly elected Assemblymen of the Tobago House of Assembly after the 10th inauguration at Assembly Legislature on Thursday January 26, 2017.



  • Finance Secretary Assemblyman Joel Jack presents 211 Contact Centre’s 1 millionth customer-Mrs. Catherine Trim with a token of appreciation at the Awards Ceremony on Tuesday January 17th, 2017. The ceremony was held at the Penthouse, Victor E. Bruce Financial Complex
  • Lucky Winners: Finance Administrator-Mrs.Claire Davidson Williams along with fortunate staff members who captured the hot seat prizes at the Division's Christmas Luncheon and Staff Appreciation Function held at the Victor E Bruce Financial Complex on January 5th, 2017
  • A youth participant giving her contribution during one of the question and answer segments at the 5th staging of the Youth Empowerment Forum at the Heritage Pavilion, Pigeon Point Heritage Park on November 11th, 2016.
  • Finance Secretary, Assemblyman Joel Jack (center) with panelists from the Technology and Innovation segment at the Youth Empowerment Forum 2016. (From left) Mr. Melvern Isaac, Mr. Sekani Solomon, E-IDCOT's Chief Executive Officer-Mr. Bernard Mitchell and Dr. Kieron Swift.
  • A cross section of the youthful audience at the Division of Finance and Enterprise Development's 5th Annual Youth Empowerment Forum 2016 at the Heritage Pavilion, Pigeon Point. It was held under theme "Redefining Frontiers."
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