The decree submitted for public consultation by the General Directorate of Taxation of Costa Rica requires commercial companies to provide information about its members and the composition of its capital.
There is currently a period of 10 working days for companies that do not agree with the draft decree to declare so and make comments. This measure aims to implement the standards of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Nicaragua's private banking sector reacted positively to the Superintendency of Banks’ decision to raise the minimum capital required by banks to more than $10.65 million.
Juan Carlos Arguello, president of the Association of Private Banks of Nicaragua (Asobanp), told the online edition of La Prensa, that actually private banks have a current coverage of 16% minimum share capital, 4% more than the required level of 12%.
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