Banks Guatemala

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Bank of Guatemala  
The Bank of Guatemala was created in 1945, as an autonomous entity responsible for all of the functions that correspond to a central bank, and in order to establish the monetary conditions that would be able to favor the methodical development of the national economy –both in a local and international scope- preventing the inflationary and speculative tendencies. The most important legal instruments that rule the Bank of Guatemala are: its Organic Law, the Monetary Law, and the Bank Law.

Banco Agromercantil de Guatemala  
Agromercantil Bank of Guatemala, S. A. arises from the merger of two banks of solid reputation and long tradition as they were the Agricultural Bank and Commercial Bank of Agriculture. The Bank is providing their current and potential customers, the most appropriate financial solutions quickly, efficiently, confidentiality and courtesy.

Banco Nacional de Desarrollo Agrícola (BANADESA)  
The National Bank for Agricultural Development, BANADESA, was born as National Development Bank (BANAFOM) on February 16, 1950, created as an autonomous institution with its own legal personality and ability. It began operations on the first of July 1950, its main objective being to contribute to the promotion of production in the country to raise the standard of living of the population, mainly of small and medium producers. The bank is providing their customers, medium and small farmers, traders, industrialists and producers in general, the opportunity to integrate the effect of credit, the benefits that this component provides in the search for sustainable development, chained and globalised

BANCO DE OCCIDENTE, being the leader in the provision of financial services, and means of payment transactions, ensuring the needs of customers, the maximum return for their shareholders, the integral development of human resources and contribution to the welfare of the community. In pursuit of this objective, and the continued growth of the outcome, they are committed to the highest ethical values, quality in processes and the use of appropriate technology.

Lloyds Bank  
The origins of Lloyds Bank stretch back to 1765, when John Taylor and Sampson Lloyd set up a private banking business in Birmingham, England. Two sons of the original partners followed in their footsteps by establishing a bank – Barnetts Hoares Hanbury and Lloyd - in London’s Lombard Street. Eventually, this became absorbed into the Lloyds Banking Company

Citibank NA, Guatemala Branch focuses on developing and maintaining long-term relationships, through our breadth of offerings. Citibank NA, Guatemala Branch offers a combination of consulting and financial structuring through its Corporate Finance Department. The vast experience of Citibank NA, Branch Guatemala and its global network, will provide business services, and higher overall foreign trade. Solutions for your company can perform all kinds of operations with the efficiency and precision necessary

Banco de los Trabajadores  
The Banco de los Trabajadores was formed as a stock company commencing its operations with a capital L. 500,000.00 provided by the Government. The institution since its founding contributes positively in the productive sector of Honduras, financially supporting their social and economic development.

Banco del Quetzal  
Banco del Quetzal is a financial Group, in a personalized way, provides products and services of high quality, focused on meeting the needs of customers in different market segments. It fully meets the financial needs of businesses and individuals who value the quality and timeliness with which provides products and services, according to the requirement of each market segment, under competitive conditions.