Corporate Social Responsibility

About our CSR

The Maritime Financial Group understands the importance of being a good corporate citizen and is committed to executing its business in ways that benefit our communities, our Clients and our stakeholders.
We make all business decisions with social, economic, environmental and ethical considerations in mind.

The Group’s Corporate Social Responsibility is premised on the following:
• Providing top class service to our Clients to ensure that they receive the best financial advice
• Conducting all business ethically
• Aiming to be the employer of choice
• Satisfying shareholder expectations
• Honouring environmental standards
• Playing an active role in furthering the wellbeing of the communities in which we operate

“Our Children, Our Future”

At Maritime, we are committed to improving the lives of children in Trinidad and Tobago. We believe that the development of our children is pivotal to our development as a country.

In 2014, we launched the “Our Children, Our Future” initiative. Through this youth-focused development project, we strive to make a difference by securing brighter futures for the next generation working alongside organisations and charities with a similar vision to raise funds, spread awareness and mentor kids in our communities.

As a group, we are heavily involved in multiple CSR activities throughout the year. In October, the Group holds its annual Run for Fun Charity Fair & 5K, our largest fundraising initiative to date. This is a 5K fun run geared towards children, families, professional runners and persons of all ages. We encourage participants to dress in their favourite costumes and come Run for Fun. All money raised goes towards Maritime’s Children’s Fund which disburses money to various causes.

Take a look at how we get involved in our communities:

What's New

September 14, 2020

The Gift of Sight

This is the story of 14-year-old Juel, a young man with a family history of eye problems. Two of his brothers suffer from monocular vision while his mother lives with complete retinal detachment. Juel seemed to have escaped from such issues. However, when he was nine years old, one eye was damaged in a classroom accident.