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The Central Bank recognizes and appreciates the contribution made by its retirees to the development of the organization and considers these valued former employees to be an important part of the Central Bank family. The Retirees’ Club was formed on September 12 2003, and maintains its office on the Ground Floor of the Central Bank Building. The Club is administered by a nine member Board including four executive officers.
Membership in the Retirees Club affords retirees the opportunity to remain in touch with one another, participate in shared activities and to continue in some way to be part of the life of the Central Bank. The Bank and the Club share a strong, mutually supportive relationship that provides the basis for continued dialogue on issues of importance to retirees. This relationship has in the past yielded important benefits for retirees and continues to do so on an ongoing basis. Membership in the Club is open to all retirees and to active staff who have attained the age of fifty years and have had at least five years of service. The Club looks forward to welcoming all persons who are eligible to join.
The retirees hub contain useful forms and important notices for the retirees of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago.