Medium and long-term funding instruments are made up of Bond and Loan Issues.
CABEI's financing strategy allows it to diversify its funding structure through different instruments and programs, with a greater amount of deposits from capital markets.
The Bank's fundraising activities have made it possible to find efficient financing alternatives by presenting the necessary flexibility to meet the particular needs of each type of investor.
The main instrument that CABEI uses to issue bonds is the Medium-Term Note Program (MTN), registered in Luxembourg for an amount of up to US $ 6 billion. The Program is a flexible mechanism capable of placing issues of securities in different currencies, terms and types of rates, in both Central American and extraregional international capital markets.
CABEI also has other Programs that require local registration:
- Australian Medium-Term Note Program (AMTN), registered in Australia and focused on the Kangaroo Market for an amount of up to AUD 600.0 million.
- Japan Shelf Program (ASR), registered in Japan and focused on the Samurai Market for an amount of up to JPY 25 billion.
- Domestic Programs, focused on local financial markets.
The Bank has consolidated its presence in the international and local capital markets, through the issuance of bonds in the markets of the United States, Europe, Asia, Oceania and various Latin American countries.
Since its first issuance on May 1997, CABEI has raised USD 11,191.338.0 billion through 129 bond placements, in 24 different currencies and 23 different markets.