Banesco in Panama Updates Growth Policies

Increased controls on lending to sectors such as construction and a reduction in branch openings are some of the measures.

Thursday, March 26, 2009


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Jorge Salas, Bank manager, informed Prensa.com: "There will be three new branches that the bank will open this year instead of five; tactics will change and the focus will be monitoring whom we lend to more closely, without excluding any segment in particular."

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