$290 million for Guatemalan banks

The Monetary Board extended the term of the money table for domestic banks up to May 31.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Prensalibre.com reports: "The measure allows banks to get funds via repurchase agreements that were authorized on 1 November 2008 and which would have expired on 31 January 2009.

The option of opening a window to provide liquidity in dollars came from the decision of the correspondent banks to cut or reduce lines of credit to local banks."

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Nicaraguan Banks with Increased Liquidity

February 2010

Banking liquidity in cordobas increased from 32% in 2008 to 48% in 2009, and in U.S. dollars it raised from 30.4% to 41%.

Economists also remark that yields dropped in the last months of 2009.

“In 2008, the average return over capital was 17.2%, a figure that dropped to 5.5% on December 2009… Additionally, while loans decreased, deposits increased”, reported El nuevodiario.com.ni.

Guatemalan banks request extension of money table

January 2009

The banking sector requested that the term for the temporary measure of providing liquidity in US dollars via repo transactions be extended.

Sigloxxi.com reports that "Jose Angel Lopez Camposeco, president of the Banking Association of Guatemala (ABG) and the Rural Development Bank (Banrural), commented that the measure worked, "because it is an instrument which gave signals that in case of any need for or suspension of credit, we have resources available."

$450 million for Guatemala banks

November 2008

Monetary authorities are pushing more actions to provide liquidity to the banking system.

A total of $450 million (Q3,460 million) will flow into the economy during the next few days, as result of the explication of measures to provide the banking system with liquidity.

Panama adopts temporary measures in response to the financial crisis

November 2008

Responding to the international financial situation the Panamanian Bank Superintendent's Office has decided to adopt temporary measures.

According to Resolution 8-October 31, 2008; at the request of a bank, the Superintendent's Office may approve a resolution to the effect that obligations issued by the Panamanian government, US Treasury bonds and notes and Latin American government debt within its investment portfolio be transferred from the category of securities available for sale to the category of term securities.

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