In this space, experts explain topics on financial education so that women entrepreneurs can acquire knowledge about personal and family finances; in addition, they presented the Transfer 365 service, an innovative payment system that facilitates interbank transactions, such as credit card payments, loans and account-to-account transfers.
The second fair was held today at Libertad Park in Santa Ana, where the BCR and the SSF were present to serve hundreds of women entrepreneurs.
This space is for all those women entrepreneurs who need advice to grow and boost their business.
During the opening of the event, the Deputy Superintendent, Evelyn Gracias, highlighted the strategic commitment being made as Superintendent to create a more inclusive banking system that responds to the needs of the salvadoran population.
This initiative responds to the National Policy of Inclusion and Financial Education, which seeks to promote a more inclusive financial system in the country.