Credit Management is responsible for the analysis of credit operations, supervision, and credit operations follow-up, through the application of the current regulations and according to the best international practices that allow CABEI to maintain a healthy credit portfolio.
Randall Chang, Credit Manager
Non-Sovereign Public Sector and Private Sector Management
The Non-Sovereign Public and Private Sector Management is responsible for facilitating the generation, negotiation and management of new operations in the non-sovereign public and private sectors.
Carlos Gómez Díaz, Manager of the Non-Sovereign Public and Private Sector
Sovereign Public Sector Management
The Sovereign Public Sector Management is responsible for generating, identifying, structuring and managing projects and programs of the sovereign public sector and central banks that can be financed by the Bank under any of its applicable financing modalities, with the aim of promoting economic integration and balanced economic and social development of the Central American region, which includes the founding countries and regional non-founding countries, as well as extra-regional partner countries.
Manuel Torres, Sovereign Public Sector Manager
The Finance Division is responsible for mobilizing resources to finance the Bank’s different projects and programs, as well as for safeguarding the Bank´s long-term financial sustainability by evaluating and defining the Bank’s optimal lending capacity to guarantee adequate levels of capital.
Rubén Méndez, Chief Financial Officer
General Services and Financial Control Management
Francisco Cornejo, General Services and Financial Control Manager
Information Technology Management
Zurama Corea, Information Technology Management
Risk Management is the entity responsible for advising and monitoring the Integrated Risk Management System, with the objective of providing reasonable assurance on the mitigation of relevant or critical risks to the Institution.
Juan Mourra, Risk Manager
The CABEI Foundation is responsible for promoting social projects in favor of the member countries through resources than can include donations, cofinancing, associations, consortiums, strategic alliances, and any other mechanism that can be used to fulfill its objective. These resources will be administered by the Bank and channeled through programs and projects that meet the elegibility criteria.
Jaejin Lee, Manager CABEI Foundation
Planning and Budget Office
The Planning and Budget Office's objective is to lead and consolidate the institutional strategic planning process, including the five-year financial framework, and operational plans, among others. Likewise, to lead the elaboration and implementation of the Institutional Strategy Monitoring and Evaluation mechanism through tools such as corporate results matrix, annual corporate result index, follow-up reports, among others. Complementarily, to advise other units in the alignment of the institutional strategic framework's different components. Likewise, to advise Senior Management in the strategic management of the Bank's general budget, ensuring the allocation and reasonable application of institutional resources through controls and indicators that ensure efficiency and austerity in its implementation, as well as planning, directing, coordinating and monitoring the preparation, approval, execution, follow-up and control of the process of formulating the Bank's general budget in coordination with all units.
Carlos González, Head of the Planning and Budget Office
Communication and External Relations Office
The Communication and External Relations Office is responsible for promoting and strengthening CABEI's positioning, image and external relations by consolidating institutional and corporate relations through high-level institutional representation, the use of different media and communication spaces, and active participation on behalf of the Bank in regional and international institutions and better relations with stakeholders to contribute to the achievement of the Bank's mission and objectives.
Salvador Sacasa, Head of the Communication and External Relations Office
Legal Affairs Office
The Legal Affairs Office is responsible for protecting the Bank’s interests by reporting to the Board of Directors and Upper Management on all legal matters related to the institution’s operations. The Office also advises on legal issues of an administrative nature to ensure compliance of the Constitutive Agreement and the Institution’s other internal regulations and policies.
Julio Eduardo Martínez, Head of Legal Affairs
Human Resources Office
The Human Resources Office is responsible for attracting, retaining and developing the Bank´s talent pipeline, contributing to the overall success of the institutional strategy.
José Roberto Galindo, Human Resources Manager
Integrity and Compliance Office
The Integrity and Compliance Office ensures that the institution complies with all applicable laws, regulations and policies regarding Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing, and Financing of the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction, Integrity and Sanctions, to preserve the integrity and reputation of the Bank.
Rennie Valladares Alcerro, Head of the Integrity and Compliance Office
Social and Environmental Monitoring Office
The goal of the Social and Environmental Monitoring Office is to guarantee the implementation of the Environmental and Social Policy and the Impact Evaluation System in Social Development, together with its instruments, ensuring the highest international standards of Sustainability for all of CABEI´s operations.
Julio Carcamo, Head of Office
Office of the Chief Economist
The Office of the Chief Economist is responsible for monitoring, analyzing and reporting on the economic and social climate of the region in order to provide guidance on strategic priorities and enable the Bank to make data-driven decisions.
Armando Navarrete, Chief Economist Officer
Office of Pension Funds
The Office of Pension Funds is responsible for administering and managing the Bank´s benefit and retirement plans.
María José Negreira, Pension Fund Manager
Presidential Unit of Strategy and Innovation
The main objective of the Presidential Strategy and Innovation Unit is to attend to the needs identified within CABEI regarding the coordination and monitoring of the strategic business objectives and functions assigned to the Bank's Representative Offices in the following CABEI partner countries: Spain, China (Taiwan) and South Korea through their managers, ensuring positive synergies, leading strategic alliances and ensuring optimal performance in each of these regions. Likewise, lead the strengthening of the Regional Center for Innovation and Technology (CRIT).
Sonia Maritza Cibrián, Head Advisor of the Presidential Unit of Strategy and Innovation