The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) proudly commemorates its 63rd anniversary with an unwavering commitment to be the region's main financial ally, playing a crucial role in improving the quality of life of Central Americans, as well as increasing its internal controls and transparency in its daily operations.

In its 63-year history, the multilateral development institution has approved US$52.608 billion in financing, 82.2% of which has been directed to the public sector and 17.8% to the private sector. Hospitals, schools, electric energy and water and sanitation projects, as well as roads and housing, among many other initiatives, are a reality not only in the countries that founded it -Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica-, but also in the regional non-founding countries -Panama, Dominican Republic and Belize- and some extra-regional ones that have required its support -Argentina, Colombia, Mexico and Cuba-.