Corporate Profile - Waterloo Investment Holdings Limited
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Corporate Profile

Waterloo Investment Holdings Limited is a BVI business company with registered number 1628508 and registered office at Craigmuir Chambers, Road Town, Tortola, British Virgin Islands (“Waterloo” or "WIHL").

WIHL is an international company with significant investments in the Caribbean and Latin America. Its operating businesses are mainly concentrated in finance and hospitality sectors of Belize and the Turks and Caicos Islands.

Waterloo's principal banking subsidiaries comprise of The Belize Bank Limited and Belize Bank International Limited in Belize and British Caribbean Bank Limited in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Belize Bank is the market leader in Belize where it is the largest, full service commercial and retail banking operation in the country with thirteen branches. Belize Bank International is an international bank offering services to international clients. British Caribbean Bank provides banking and investment services to both local and international clientele in Turks and Caicos.  

Waterloo’s business strategy for its Finance Division is to establish a Financial Services Group with appropriate representation in selective jurisdictions within the Caribbean and Central America via organic growth and targeted acquisitions.

The Waterloo's Hospitality Division comprises two 4-star all-inclusive resorts in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands, Alexandra Resort and Blue Haven Resort as well as the ultra-luxury private island of Ambergris Cay. Waterloo additionally owns the two premier hotels of Belize, the Fort George Hotel and Marina located in Belize City and the Alaia Autograph Collection Resort in San Pedro.

Its Agricultural Division comprises a 25 percent stake in a highly successful edible oil and related food products company operating in Latin America.  They own edible oil processing and distribution operations and palm seed plantations throughout the entire of Central America and operate as producers and distributors of edible oils, margarine, industrial oils and animal feed. They have been in operation for over 50 years and have an experienced, long established management team. The profits are principally driven by world market prices for crude palm oil.

Through Waterloo’s Investment Division it owns several strategic properties located in favourable locations which it intends on developing to further grow its Hospitality Division.

Waterloo's shares are listed on the Bermuda Stock Exchange and traded on JP Jenkins, the largest European platform exchange, on a matched bargain basis.