Citi to opens its doors in Guatemala on Monday

Citi will open its doors to the public as group next Monday. The change in name is due to the consolidation of the bank after the merger of Banco Uno and Cuscatlan Banks.

Wednesday, November 5, 2008


The announcement of the new image was release in a publication in the Prensa daily explaining that for three days (November 7 to 9) branches nationwide will be closed in order to finalize details that will benefit the public.

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Citibank begins operations in Costa Rica

November 2008

Starting today Costa Rica becomes the fifth country in CA where the Cuscatlan and Banco Uno Banks started to operate under the Citibank name.

By joining up the local operations of Cuscatlan and Uno, Citi will have an equity of more than $100 million and totals assets greater than $750 million.

Citibank starts operations in Nicaragua

September 2008

Today Citibank will officially begin to operate under that name in Nicaragua, after having acquired the Uno Financial Group.

The bank has completed the integration process in Nicaragua, after having bought the Salvadoran bank, Cuscatlan, almost a year ago for approximately 1.5 billion dollars.

El Salvador Citibank operations approved in El Salvador

September 2008

Citibank got the approval of the Salvadoran authorities to integrate the operations of Banco Uno Bank and Cuscatlan Bank.

The Superintendence of the Financial System (SSF) reported yesterday that the Board granted its approval last Wednesday after receiving the corresponding reports.

Citibank, the new brand

September 2008

El Salvador is the second country to join the Citigroup network in Central America; the plan should be completed in the last quarter of this year and includes Panama.

The full Citibank network started to function fully yesterday and is made up branches that belonged to Cuscatlan Bank and Bank Uno

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