The proposed project consists of a senior loan of up to US$200 million to Banco General, S.A. (the “Bank”) to be used to finance on-lending activity in Panama’s low and middle income mortgage sector and financing of climate smart sub-projects in solar power generation, green buildings and energy efficiency.
Banco General is incorporated under the law of Panama and started operations in 1955. The Bank operates under the general license of the Superintendence of Panama, which allows it to carry out its business in Panama and overseas. Banco General's subsidiaries include: Finanzas Generales, S. A., B.G. Investment Co., Inc., General de Seguros, S. A., Overseas Capital Markets, Inc., BG Valores, S. A., Banco General (Costa Rica), S. A., Vale General S.A. and Profuturo Administradora de Fondos de Pensiones Y Cesantias, S.A. In addition, the Bank has representative offices in Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador, Peru and Colombia.
For inquires about the project, contact: Banco General, S.A.
Eugenia de Jimenez
VP Treasury and Investments
Torre Banco General, Aquilino De La Guardia Street
For inquires about IFC: General IFC Inquiries
2121 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington DC 20433
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