Corporate Social Responsibility is the integration of business operations and values, whereby the interests of all stakeholders including investors, customers, employees and the community are reflected in the company’s actions.
The National Bank of the Virgin Islands recognizes the importance of Social Responsibility as a management concept, whereby companies integrate social and environmental concerns in their business operation and interactions.
The Bank has incorporated the same within its eight (8) core values, one of which speaks to its commitment to seek “ways to contribute to the advancement of our community”.
Every year, the National Bank of the Virgin Islands makes worthwhile socio-economic investments in strengthening the social fabric of the community, with a keen focus on youth initiatives, sports and fitness, health and local culture. We believe that our business and social responsibility activities should be balanced and work to promote our commitment to the spirit of local advancement and national pride.