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Altamira International Bank (Barbados) Inc.
Internal Administrator
Posted: Friday, August 12, 2011
Joined: 10/12/2010
Posts: 5780

Posted: 3/17/2004 8:55:31 PM

By: Hunter

Anyone know what happened to this bank. The domain appears to be for sale.

The establishment of Altamira International Bank (Barbados) Inc. is an extension of the international money management services Altamira presently provides to its investors.
The Barbadian subsidiary aims to meet the needs of those clients who require the services and benefits of an offshore bank.

(** WARNING - Link directs to BuyDomains site where you will get a number of popups; one asking if you want to reset Home link. **)

For more information, check our domain:

Contact Info
Altamira International Bank (Barbados) Inc.
ITC Building
Tel: (246) 425-4940
Fax: (246) 425-4944



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