Paul Stickland, legal representative of HSBC's Guatemalan office, informed that they will support Guatemalan companies in obtaining access to international markets.
Prensa Libre informs of the comments of Andy Gent, General Director for HSBC Latin America: "Guatemala is the largest country in Central America, therefore opening our representative office here is an important element of HSBC regional strategy".
Recently inaugurated, HSBC’s representation office will offer loans for importers and exporters.
Emilson Alonso, president of HSBC for Latin America and the Caribbean, explained they will also serve investors interested in the region.
He explained that “thanks to the bank’s presence in 86 countries, they will be able to assist exporters and importers, in addition to promoting investment in Nicaragua, as projects in the country could be financed via the bank’s international clients”.
The bank presented a request to the Superintendence of Banks to operate as a representation office.
Elnuevodiario.com.ni reports on its website: "Top executives at HSBC, the largest European bank and one of the largest in the world, said officially to the EL NUEVO DIARIO that until the Bank Superintendence and other related institutions confirm the change in the type of operations withing Nicaragua, they will continue to receive deposits from the public and continue to provide followup to the financing granted to its clients."
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