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Fujitsu (CARIBBEAN) Receives CAIB’s Prestigious Diamond Award

Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc.

Kingston, December 09, 2008

Fujitsu (CARIBBEAN) was the proud recipient of the “Diamond Award” from the Caribbean Association of Indigenous Banks (CAIB) at its annual conference held recently in Bridgetown, Barbados. This award recognizes organizations that have through their activities made significant contributions to the banking industry in the Caribbean Region.

In presenting the award, Patricia Hamilton, Chief Executive Officer of CAIB noted “Over the years, Fujitsu has demonstrated not only a keen commitment to the banks of our region, but more so have demonstrated a keen understanding of the goals which Caribbean banks have set for themselves, the challenges they face, and the underlying IT infrastructure necessary to attain continued success. Such IT solutions have been implemented by many within our CAIB fraternity and have allowed banks of the Caribbean to contain and capitalize on the effects of such market factors as deregulation, new legislation, globalization, changing customer loyalties and expectations”. She further thanked Fujitsu for its unwavering support to CAIB and their contributions over the years to the development of the banking sector in the Caribbean”.

Fujitsu (CARIBBEAN) EVP, Clive Allen, further commented, “Fujitsu is extremely proud to have been recognized by this distinguished group and we are committed to working with banks in the Caribbean to simplify their IT thereby enabling them to meet the needs of their customers. We thank CAIB and its membership for recognizing our dedication to grow, strengthen and develop the region’s indigenous banking sector.”

About Fujitsu (Caribbean)

Fujitsu Transaction Solutions in the Caribbean is a wholly owned subsidiary of the US$43.2-billion Fujitsu Group. Fujitsu integrates the core expertise of our skilled resources and Business Partners to deliver IT Infrastructure Solutions and Managed Services that continuously evolve to respond to our customer’s complex business and technology issues. Focused on the Financial Services, Telecommunications and Government sectors we simplify IT for our customers and build more value into their IT investments. Fujitsu is the world’s third largest IT Services Company and has been operating in the Caribbean for over 50 years. Managed by a regional executive team, we have offices in Jamaica, Barbados and Trinidad; including business agents in the Bahamas, St. Vincent, Haiti, Anguilla, Antigua, Dominican Republic and Grenada, to serve the entire region. Fujitsu has delivered and currently supports mission critical ICT solutions and networks across the English-speaking islands of the Caribbean. Visit our website at to learn more about us.”

About CAIB

Caribbean Association of Indigenous Banks, Inc (CAIB) is a community of locally incorporated/owned banks and other financial institutions in the Caribbean/CARICOM Region, providing opportunities for discussion on issues impacting the indigenous banking/financial services community as well as for the sharing of experiences and networking.

From this common platform indigenous banks and financial institutions seek to influence regional financial services policies as well as other issues which have implications for the sector, such as the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME), World Trade Organization (WTO), and the Free Trade Area of the Americas (FTAA). It also facilitates Caribbean/CARICOM indigenous banks' and financial institutions' intervention and participation in the global network of similar institutions.

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Company:Fujitsu Caribbean, Central America and Mexico

Date: 09 December, 2008
City: Kingston
Company: Fujitsu Transaction Solutions Inc.,