The Bank’s objective shall be to promote the economic integration and the balanced economic and social development of the Central American region, which includes the founding countries and the non-founding regional countries, attending and aligning itself with the interests of all of its member countries.
The Central American regional economic integration process began on December 13th, 1960 with the signing of the General Treaty on Central America Economic Integration, which included the establishment of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration.
CABEI has become the financial arm for the integration and development of Central America, a unique institution, given its founding objectives and principles, as well as the ample scope of its operations.
From 1960 to the present CABEI, has been led by visionary professionals who have guided the Bank in achieving its original objectives.
|1||Enrique Delgado||Nicaragua||may 1961 - octuore 1965|
|2||Gustavo Guerrero||Nicaragua||octuore 1965 - may 1968|
|3||Enrique Ortez Colindres||Honduras||june 1968 - january 1977|
|4||Hector Villagrán Salazar||Guatemala||january 1977 - november 1977|
|5||Alberto Galeano Madrid||Honduras||december 1977 - november 1982|
|6||Gilberto Secaira||Guatemala||december 1982 - august 1983|
|7||Dante Gabriel Ramirez||Honduras||september 1983 - august 1988|
|8||Rolando Ramirez Paniagua||Costa Rica||september 1988 - february 1991|
|9||Federico Alvarez Fernandez||Costa Rica||march 1991 - august 1993|
|10||José Manuel Pacas Castro||El Salvador||september 1993 - august 1998|
|11||José Alejandro Arévalo||Guatemala||september 1998 - august 2000|
|12||Pablo R. Schneider||Guatemala||september 2000 - august 2003|
|13||Harry F. Brautigam||Nicaragua||september 2003 - may 2008|
|14||Nick Rischbieth||Honduras||may 2008 - november 2018|
|15||Dante Ariel Mossi Reyes||Honduras||december 2018 - actual|