G&T Continental Expands in El Salvador

The Guatemalan financial group plans to open 27 new branches next year in El Salvador.

Friday, October 1, 2010

Flavio Montenegro, General Manager, told Prensa Libre the group already has 23 branches, with the new openings it will consolidate presence in Salvadoran market.

"First, we will consolidate in El Salvador and then will start working in the other markets (Central America)," added the executive.

The group already initiated proceedings before Costa Rican authorities in order to obtain operating license for that country.

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