The entity has received a $20 million IDB loan to expand its loan portfolio to operations with environmental sustainability.
The Inter-American Development Bank today announced the approval of a "green" facility with $30 million going to Banco Atlantida in Honduras to support lending to environmentally sustainable projects. The facility for medium-term financing consists of load A, a $20 million IDB loan, and loan B, to be syndicated by the IDB, with a target figure of $10 million.
The commerce program of the IFC supports Atlántida Bank in the expansion of its access to a world trade network.
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, announced today that Atlántida Bank of Honduras has joined the Global Program for trade financing of the IFC, which will help the bank to access a world trade network and strengthen its support to SMEs that are dedicated to the import or export of goods in the country.
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