CABEI promotes ethical and compliance standards in the region


Tegucigalpa, March 5, 2024.- The Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) joined the inauguration of the Honduras Chapter of the World Compliance Association (WCA), under the title "Compliance Culture as a Country Vision".

At the inauguration ceremony, CABEI's Executive President, Gisela Sánchez, highlighted the relevance of this new chapter in promoting international practices of excellence in the country, emphasizing the importance of integrity, ethics and transparency as fundamental pillars for organizational development.

During the panel "Realities and Challenges of Compliance in Honduras," Ana Carolina González, CABEI Ethics Officer, shared the Bank's efforts to prevent ethical risks, including training and communication programs, as well as the launch of the new Code of Ethics and its Complementary Regulations and Procedures. Also participating were Rosalpina Rodríguez, Rector of the Central American Technological University (UNITEC), and Lilia Zelaya, Corporate Vice President of Compliance at Grupo Financiero FICOHSA, who provided valuable perspectives and best practices in this area.

CABEI's participation in this event contributed to the exchange of experiences and the strengthening of the institutional commitment to high ethical and compliance standards at the international level. The event, chaired by Otto Pineda, President of the Honduras Chapter, was attended by various organizations and two distinguished guest speakers: Iván Martínez López, International Vice President of WCA, and Pablo Gil de Montes, President & CEO of ReSolve TPA Consulting, who discussed the importance of compliance in business management.

CABEI reaffirms its commitment to promoting a culture of ethics and compliance in the region, actively participating in initiatives that promote integrity and sustainable development in the business and social spheres.