Bicsa Securities Traded in El Salvador Stock Exchange

Banco Internacional de Costa Rica traded in the secondary market of El Salvador a total of $ 5 million Series F bonds.

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

"The series will pay a fixed interest rate of 4.50% 5-year term, with interest payments on a quarterly basis and principal due at maturity. The issue received a risk rating of AA (slv) by Fitch and AA-(slv) by Equilibrium." published

The International Bank of Costa Rica (Bicsa) is a bank addressed in Panama whose principal owner is Banco de Costa Rica (the second largest bank in Costa Rica).

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