New Financial Group in Guatemala

Bantrab Group obtained approval from the Monetary Board to operate as a financial group.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010


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After the purchase of Banco de la República, Seguros Tikal and Latin Finance, the Monetary Board approved the establishment of the group through resolution JM 99-2010.

"Sergio Hernandez, president the Bantrab Group, explained that one of the objectives of the strategic plan 2010-2014 is to position the group within the top five financial entities in the country." Says an article in Elperiodico.com.gt.

According to information from the Superintendency of Banks, Bantrab Group, is the eleventh financial group operating in the country.

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