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Bank Anywhere

It's free and zero-rated to:

  • Pay Bills
  • Transfer Money
  • View Balances
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Bank Anytime

You are no longer restricted to branch or ABM hours to get your banking done.

  • No Lines
  • Available 24/7
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Save Time & Money

Trips to the mailbox and paperwork are no longer necessary to pay your bills.

  • Pay all your bills with in a few minutes
  • Save time by not waiting in line

Bank on the Go!

Our intelligent ABMs are available 24/7 at NCB branches island wide!
Visit our iABMS to:
  o Check account balances
  o Withdraw cash
  o Deposit cash or cheques
  o Pay Bills
  o Make transfers
  o Purchase Digicel credit 

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Yes you are. However, if you are domiciled outside of Jamaica, you may be eligible for a reduced rate of taxation. The rate is determined by the taxation treaty, which exists between your country and Jamaica. Country Rate United States 12.5% Canada 15% The United Kingdom 15% CARICOM 15%. Please contact our client relations officer or your wealth advisor for other countries.

Cash lodgments are facilitated through National Commercial Bank branches island-wide. Please be sure to indicate to the bank representative the type of investments (stocks, money market or bonds) in which you are interested, so that the correct account may be credited.

Current and historic Annual Reports can be downloaded from our website. However, if you are unable to view these files, then you can request a copy be mailed to you by emailing our Registrar, NCB Nominees at [email protected].

National Commercial Bank Jamaica Limited is listed on the Jamaica Stock Exchange and the Trinidad and Tobago Stock Exchange.

Potential investors should be able to acquire shares through their stockbrokers. If you do not have a stockbroker, it is possible to buy shares from our investment and stockbrokerage subsidiary NCB Capital Markets Limited. Visit their website at

A financial Statistical Review Summary is listed in every annual report. However for ease of reference a pdf version is available via the Financial Statistical Review.