Central American Banking Analysis
A report from Fitch indicates that only in 2011 the Banks of Central America will reach profitabilitye levels that could be compared to those before the crisis.
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Fitch thinks that the majority of Central America's banking systems will earn more profits than in 2009, but it will not be until 2011 when they reach profitability levels comparable to the ones they had before the crisis. The perspectives of financial performance for the Nicaraguan Banking System are less favorable than the rest of the region; meanwhile the possibility that results in Costa Rica surpass the ones in 2009'will depend basically on the evolution of the currency exchange rate.
Fitch Ratings issued a special report: "Central American Banking: Evolution of the Crisis and Learnt Lessons".
Fitch Ratings has issued a special report entitled, "Central American Banking: After the Crisis, a Disparate Evolution"
Analysis by Fitch Ratings projects that banks in the region will maintain strong balance sheets and have stable profitability in 2014.
A Fitch Special Report indicates better positioning in the face of external uncertainty.
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