Grupo Ficohsa Expands to Guatemala

The Honduran bank has received approval from the Guatemalan Superintendency of Banks to provide services from April.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

The financial group Ficohsa can use its brand for transactions and banking services in Guatemala from next April, authorized by the Guatemalan Superintendency of Banks.

"With this release, very soon in Guatemala will launch and promote the brand that has penetrated so successfully in Honduras, Panama and the state of Florida in United States of America, consolidating the Group's strategy to internationalize and expand into other markets", said Ficohsa.

Grupo Financiero Ficohsa is an entity comprised of four companies, each in its own field, operating under the same name: Ficohsa Bank, Insurance, Brokerage, Credit Cards and Money Exchange. It is a leading brand in the Honduran financial system and one of the largest in Central America.

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