The Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance (CCMF) was founded in 2008 as a policy research institution established by the central banks of the countries of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) and the University of the West Indies. The objective of the institution is to develop studies and provide information for monetary and financial policy issues for the region. To do so, the institution develops the following activities:
organizes the annual conference on monetary studies and policy seminars for senior executives of private financial institutions
publishes studies related to the financial sector and the Journal of Business Finance and Economics in Emerging Economies
produces confidential reports on economic convergence among CARICOM countries and other topics of interest for the Committee of CARICOM Central Bank Governors
The website is available in only in English and it features publications, statistical data and links of interest.