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In a radio interview, the former President of the Banco Central de Reserva (BCR) Carlos Acevedo, salvadoran economist, explained that the bank proposes to change the conditions of short-term debt, which does not exist today. However, the interest rates are not known, which is a component of any refinancing structure.

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Experts in cyber fraud prevention from ABANSA provided recommendations that salvadorans should put into practice to avoid becoming victims of cyber fraud:

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The Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña held the closing ceremony of the advisory agreement to implement the sustainability protocol for ABANSA member banks, provided by IDB Invest, signed in early 2020, and executed in conjunction with the Sustainability Committee, composed of representatives of the Association's member banks.

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According to a report prepared by the Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña (ABANSA), deposits grew +2.4% at the end of 2021, reflecting the economic activity and confidence of salvadoran depositors.

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In a bulletin issued by the Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña (ABANSA), digital platforms allowed banks to offer a greater coverage of services during 2021.

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Saturday, 27 November 2021 03:03

What is the role of sustainability in the country?

The Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña (ABANSA), held a webinar in which experts talked about What is the role of banking in sustainability, which was given by Franco Piza, Director of Sustainability of Bancolombia.

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In the most recent report presented and carried out in july 2021, the Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña (ABANSA), announced the positions of the country's banks, called "Banking Ranking".

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The Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña, (ABANSA), gave a conference on phishing, a method to trick people into sharing passwords, credit card numbers, and other confidential information by pretending to be a trustworthy institution in an email message or phone call.

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The deputy of Nuevas Ideas (NI), and president of the Financial Commission, Dania González, summoned representatives of the Asociación Bancaria Salvadoreña (ABANSA), Superintendencia del Sistema Financiero (SSF), Banco Central de Reserva (BCR), and the Defensoría del Consumidor (DC), for next friday to put an end to financial abuses.

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