Banpaís Joins IFC Program

IFC announced that the Honduran Bank has joined its global financing for foreign trade program.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Its participation in the program will allow Banpaís to expand its financial transactions to foreign trade with an extensive global network of banks and improve Honduran companies’ access to credit lines for trade.

Banpaís is the third Honduran bank to join the IFC’s (International Finance Corporation) global business financing program, which supports trading in emerging economies by providing guarantees. To extend and complement the capacity of banks to provide financing for trade, the IFC seeks to increase the participation of developing countries in global trade and promote the flow of goods and services between these countries.

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IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, will provide a loan to Banco Delta for lending to micro and small entrepreneurs in Panama.

From a press release by the International Finance Corporation (IFC):

IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, has awarded to Banco Delta SA the largest microfinance institution in Panama, a five-year loan for $6 million to support micro and small entrepreneurs who have little access to formal financial services. This is IFC's first investment in the microfinance sector of Panama, one of the most underdeveloped countries in Central America.

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From a press release issued by the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF):

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Multibank Joins IFC Program

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Honduras: Atlántida Bank Associates with IFC

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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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