Business Intelligence for the
Caribbean & Central America


Colibri helps corporations and investors navigate business in the Caribbean and Central America with confidence and in real-time, allowing them to make strong, well-informed commercial decisions.  

A publisher of business news since 1974, Colibri offers its clients:


  • best in class locally-sourced information about projects, business partners and finance origination
  • decades of experience advising international and regional businesses on transactions and investments
  • unrivalled regional network across 36 jurisdictions of trusted on-the-ground associates
  • deep knowledge of local markets and access to local and international business and investor networks
  • full-time specialist staff and panel of senior advisers with specialist knowledge of key industrial sectors

Colibri is the consulting arm of The Caribbean Council, the highly respected London-based not for profit organisation

Our Valued Clients


Colibri provides highly reliable, granular, competitive intelligence combined with strategic insights and analysis.

Advice is thorough, well-considered, and frank, offering fresh perspectives and actionable solutions to the real-world challenges clients face.


Sector mapping

Market entry

Competitor Intelligence

Investment identification

Regulation, tax and tariffs

Business development support



Representation and Advocacy

Dispute Resolution

Political Risk Forecasting

Strategy / Scenario Formulation

Investment advisory

Finance origination


Materiality Measures

Risk Mitigation

Impact Investing

Stakeholder mapping

Culture and Values

ESG Solutions


Reputational Risk

Security Risk Analysis

Investigations and EDD



Post-transaction support



Colibri provide advisory services to multinational corporations, investors and financial advisors including leading international accountancy and law firms, corporate intelligence firms, investment banks, private equity houses and fund managers.

Sectors include pharmaceuticals, agroprocessing, FMCG, energy, oil and gas, telecoms, mining, ports, shipping and tourism.

Incredibly well-connected and informed.

Charles Stevenson,  General Manager, London Office, JCB  

When we are facing a strategic decision in the region, we want to have the best information available. This is the place to get it.

Kevin Riozzi,  Deputy Managing Director, Yanco Ltd   

For any company looking to develop in the Caribbean, I would fully recommend them… fantastic market research, support, and access to key decision makers.

Chris Leonard,
Business Development Director, Nectar Group Ltd

Perceptive and strategic. They get the job done.

Mac McLachlan,
Vice-President International Relations, ASR Sugar

Clients have included:


Moody’s upgrades Trinidad and Tobago’s credit outlook

Moody’s upgrades Trinidad and Tobago’s credit outlook

Moody’s Investors Service has upgraded Trinidad and Tobago’s credit rating outlook to positive from stable, while affirming the country’s long-term issuer and senior unsecured ratings at Ba2. The international credit ratings agency noted that the positive outlook...

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Caribbean to benefit from new World Bank financing toolkit

Caribbean to benefit from new World Bank financing toolkit

The Caribbean is set to benefit from a suite of reforms to international financing announced by the World Bank Group. Ajay Bango, the new President of the Group announced what he termed as an expanded toolkit for crisis preparedness, response, and recovery, at the...

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Caribbean agenda advanced at meeting with US Vice President

Caribbean agenda advanced at meeting with US Vice President

Caribbean leaders have used a recent meeting with US Vice President Kamala Harris to secure pledges of support on several issues affecting the region. “Strengthening the US-Caribbean relationship is a priority for me, as it is for President Joe Biden,” said Vice...

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Bahamas Government tables US$3.5bn budget

The Philip Davis-led Administration has tabled a US$3.5bn national budget in the nation’s parliament for the upcoming fiscal year. Prime Minister Davis, who is also Minister of Finance, announced a projected deficit of US$131.6mn for the period, but emphasised that...

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Focus on security, climate change at UK-Caribbean forum

British Foreign Secretary James Cleverly has visited the Caribbean for the UK-Caribbean Ministerial Forum which was dominated by talks on climate change and security. The 11th iteration of the forum, which was held in Jamaica on 18 May 2023, saw attendance of Foreign...

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“War on guns” declared at CARICOM crime symposium

CARICOM leaders have come out forcefully against the proliferation of illegal weapons in the region as they met to craft solutions for rising crime at the recently concluded symposium on crime. Themed “Violence as a Public Health Issue – The Crime Challenge,” the...

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