CABEI business mission to Mexico yields positive results
CABEI President Dr. Dante Mossi carries out successful business tour to Mexico.
Mexico, September 4, 2019.- In order to promote investment and the development of business opportunities, the Executive President of the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI), Dr. Dante Mossi, made a business visit to this country.
CABEI Executive President Dr. Dante Mossi shared a business breakfast, where he made an institutional presentation to representatives of private sector companies in Mexico; the latter learned about the Bank's advantages as a financial arm and partner of the region.
Dr. Mossi also talked about CABEI's positioning as a gateway and its pros as the most relevant multilateral development organization to the region, as well as highlighting the Bank's financial soundness, access to an expanded market and attractive financial instrument models for investors, while noting its institutional strength and high credit risk rating.
Furthermore, Dr. Mossi referred to CABEI's leadership in the field of renewable energy stating that, "Over recent years, the Bank has promoted financing that is transforming the energy matrix of its member countries."
During the afternoon, the work agenda included an interview with Vice Minister of Finance and Public Credit of the Government of Mexico, Gabriel Yorio González, which involved identifying threats and opportunities that the region’s countries may face with policy plans, initiatives and financial services.
Subsequently, Dr. Mossi had a meeting with representatives of Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Publicos, in which they analyzed the possibilities of joint operations within the framework of Mexico’s Integral Development Plan with Central America.
In addition, Dr. Mossi held talks with representatives of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB); the coordinator of the IMF Regional Technical Assistance and Training Office for Central America, Panama and the Dominican Republic, Dr. Mario Garza; El Salvador's Minister of Finance, Mr. Nelson Fuentes; and Mexican Vice-Minister of Finance, Mr. Gabriel Yorio.