Bancredito teams up with BBVA for micro credit in Costa Rica

Bancredito signed a deal with the BBVA Foundation to offer microcredit in Costa Rica

Wednesday, October 22, 2008


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The agreement will allow Bancredit to take advantage of the BBVA Foundation's experience in the development and implemenation of financial products and services for small companies.

The Microfinance fundation, BBVA, is an entity created by the BBVA Group in accordance with its strategy of corperate responsibility.

The pact was signed by Guillermo Quesada, general manager of Bancredito and Manuel Mendez del Rio, president of the BBVA Foundation.

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