Crown Agents Bank | Land Portal
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Acronym: 
CAB
Phone number: 
+44 (0)20 3903 3000

Location

Quadrant House
The Quadrant
SM2 5AS Sutton
United Kingdom
GB
Working languages: 
English

Crown Agents Bank (CAB) is a UK regulated wholesale provider of emerging market and G10 foreign exchange, international payments, cash management, cross-border pensions & payroll, trade finance & investment management services (via our sister company, CAIM). We aim to be the key link between our focus developing markets in Africa, the Caribbean, Latin America & Asia Pacific and Governments, Supra-Nationals, Financial Institutions, NGO’s & select Corporates in OECD countries.

CAB has 180 years of experience of providing practical, consistent and agile support to entities in emerging economies. We work with Central Banks, Commercial Banks & Regulatory authorities to improve compliance controls & banking standards, encourage economic growth and financial inclusion which is socially & politically sustainable. We partner with diverse wholesale institutions who have requirements to funnel “in-bound” flows of currencies, payments and trade into and out of our focus markets.

We are proud of our rich heritage, but today CAB is a thoroughly modern bank using operational know-how, innovative technologies and exceptional levels of customer service to facilitate commerce and trade flows worldwide.  Financial services are evolving at a rapid pace and we firmly believe that those who evolve and adapt the quickest, will not only survive, but thrive. CAB has positioned itself to be an effective partner to our clients for the 21st Century and beyond.

Crown Agents Bank is a wholly independent entity from the international development company Crown Agents Ltd. Although the two entities share a name and some common heritage, since its acquisition in 2016 by funds advised by Helios Investment Partners, there is no longer any shared ownership, management or operations, and no shared assets or balance sheet.

Crown Agents Bank Resources

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This activity (UN habitat land governance programme) is a component of Supporting peace and stability in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo reported by FCDO, with a funding type of 'Multilateral organisation' and a budget of £14,964,421. This component benefits Congo (Democratic Republic), and works in the following sector(s): Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution, Rural development. , with the following implementing partners: Crown Agents Limited, United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN Habitat).

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This activity (Land Tenure Regularisation Support Team Services) is a component of Rwanda Land Tenure Regularisation Programme reported by FCDO, with a funding type of 'Procurement of Services' and a budget of £18,865,108. This component benefits Rwanda, and works in the following sector(s): Agricultural land resources, Urban development and management, Rural development. , with the following implementing partners: Crown Agents Bank. The start date is 05-08-2009 and the end date is 31-10-2014.

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The programme will address the challenges of deforestation and peat land degradation through investments to increase transparency and accountability, building capacity for spatial (land-use) planning, and engaging and mobilising the private sector in support of sustainable economic development. It does this by focusing on overcoming the critical governance failures for the sustainable management of forests and land-use

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The programme implements commitments made jointly by the G8 and the United Republic of Tanzania to deliver a detailed road map for land reforms in Tanzania. Through the programme, the government will register land for villages and households in the three districts of Kilombero, Ulanga and Malinyi.

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Support to the National Land Centre to demarcate, adjudicate and issue title deeds for approximately 10m plots of land across the country, including promoting joint ownership of women. The programme supports a participatory mechanism for land adjudication and disputes resolution, has invested in mapping technology and is strengthening the land administration system.

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