Ficohsa Modernizes Corporate Image

Grupo Financiero Ficohsa launched a new branding strategy, unifying the Ficohsa brand in all the companies of the group.

Tuesday, February 16, 2010

Starting today, Ficohsa has adopted a unified corporate identity. Group members Interamericana de Seguros, Casa de Cambio Divisas Corporativas and Casa de Bolsa Probursa will be known as Ficohsa Seguros, Ficohsa Casas de Cambio and Ficohsa Casa de Bolsa.

From the press release: “…FICOHSA is one of the most secure and trusted financial institutions in Honduras”.

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Fitch upgraded long term and short term ratings for FICOHSA bank to A-(hnd) and F1(hnd), up from BBB+(hnd) and F2(hnd), respectively.

At the same time it also upgraded the ratings for FICOHSA Corporate Bonds from BBB+(hnd) to A-(hnd). The outlook assigned is stable.
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