Bac-Bamer authorized to increase its capital base

The National Commission of Banking and Insurance in Honduras has authorized Banco America Central (Bac-Bamer) to increase its capital base from 95.4 milion dollars to 132.3 million.

Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Bac-Bamer manager Jacobo Atala says the increase in capital is based on a study. The bank needs a larger capital base, even though it's already the largest financial system in the nation.
He says it needs the additional capital so that it can consolidate the merger last April 1 between Bac-Bamer and Banco América Central.

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Costa Rica speeds up plans to capitalize banks

November 2008

The decision by Government to inject capital into State owned banks, Banco Costa Rica and Banco Nacional should be ready by mid next week.

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Guatemalan Banks make it tougher to get credit

August 2008

The president of the Bank of Guatemala has warned about the situation of the banks in country, which have exhausted their credit expansion capability.

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