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THE FIRST ISSUE MADE BY INVERSIONES ATLÁNTIDA PLACES HONDURAS IN THE GLOBAL FINANCIAL MAP

"I think it is a success for the authorities of Inversiones Atlantida, for the country and for the private sector"

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ATLÁNTIDA FINANCIAL GROUP LEADS INNOVATION IN HONDURAS

"The visit we made together to Silicon Valley, demonstrated the interest of Guillermo Bueso, President of Atlántida Investments, to change the face of the Honduran economy, to integrate with global markets."

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INVATLAN, THE ATLÁNTIDA FINANCIAL GROUP CONGLOMERATE, SHOWED THEIR FINANCIAL MUSCLE TO BECOME THE FIRST NATIONAL PRIVATE COMPANY TO PLACE AN INTERNATIONAL MARKET INVESTMENT NOTES FOR 150 MILLION DOLLARS

Invatlan, The Atlántida Financial Group conglomerate, showed their financial muscle to become the first national private company to place an international market investment notes for 150 million dollars that will be used to expand its operations and to give without doubt a blow of authority in the country and in the region as a whole.

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ATLANTIDA FINANCIAL GROUP WILL INVEST $150 MILLION IN HONDURAS AND IN EL SALVADOR

The expansion of commercial operations of the Atlantida financial group will have an investment of 3,500 million lempiras.

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INTERNATIONAL MARKET ISSUANCE VALIDATES THE PRESTIGE OF ATLÁNTIDA FINANCIAL GROUP

"The prestige acquired by Atlántida Investments is gigantic and consolidates the corporate governance rigor to which we must be subject in the future".

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BANCO ATLÁNTIDA, AS AGENT AND STRUCTURER SUBSCRIBES SYNDICATED CREDIT IN FAVOR OF PALMEROLA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT S.A. DE C. V FOR A TOTAL AMOUNT OF $69,500,000

In an unprecedented event marked toward the development of Honduras as a milestone in this new century, Banco Atlántida, as agent and structurer of the Syndicated Credit Contract for the Design, Construction, Financing, Operation, and Maintenance of Palmerola International Airport, strongly impulses a project that will turn Honduras into the logistics center of Central America and will connect the country with the rest of the world.

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CONFIDENCE THAT TRANSCENDS BOUNDARIES

Inversiones Atlántida S.A. performs successfully its first issue in the international market.

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THE PRESIDENT OF CHILE VISITS HONDURAS TO STRENGTHEN COMMERCE RELATIONSHIPS

The Honduras President Juan Orlando Hernandez, said that in the meeting that will be hold the next Wednesday with his Chilean counterpart Michelle Bachelet, given in trade relations between Honduras and Chile.

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EXPORTS WILL INCREASE IN $500 MILLION DOLLARS THIS YEAR IN HONDURAS

The vice president of the National Association of Industrialists (NAI), José Martin Chicas, said that the improvement in the economy of the United States of America (USA) will have a positive consequence for Honduras, leaving an increase of about $500 million dollars in exports.

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MORE THAN 658 MILLION OF LEMPIRAS HAVE BEEN INVERTED IN THE WFP (World Food Program)

The World Food Program (WFP) has invested more than 658 million lempiras in food distribution and transfers for the support of emergencies that have occurred in the country. The contribution by the organization, has been made in cash under different modalities such as; banks, credits, unions and messages via mobile phones.

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THE LEMPIRA COULD LEAD TO A DOWNWARD DEVALUATION AGAINST THE UNITED STATES DOLLAR AT THE END OF 2017.

The President of the Central Bank of Honduras (BCH), Manuel Bautista said that the national currency could lead to a devaluation of less than 2 percent against the dollar, as the lempira has appreciated in a 10 percent, so if this trend were to continue there would be no devaluation, but appreciation against the US currency at the end of the year.

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LOAN PORTFOLIO IN BANKS GREW BY MORE THAN 281 BILLION IN THE FIRST HALF OF THE YEAR

The commissioner of the National Banking and Insurance Commission (CNBS) Adonis Lavaire, confirmed that more than 281 billion lempiras grew the credit portfolio of the banking system in the first half of 2017.

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