Includes a list of U.S. banks operating in the market; indicates whether Ex-Im Bank offers any country-specific programs.
All commercial banks in Costa Rica have correspondent relationships with major U.S. banks.  For a full list of each bank’s correspondent relationships see: https://www.sugef.fi.cr/servicios/reportes/EntidadesSujetasFiscalizacionGeneral.aspx

State-owned Commercial Banks:
Banco Nacional de Costa Rica
Banco de Costa Rica
Banks Created by Public Law:
Banco Hipotecario de la Vivienda (home building)
Banco Popular y de Desarrollo Comunal (workers’ bank)

Private Commercial Banks:
Banco BAC San Jose www.bac.net
Banco BCT www.corporacionbct.com
Banco Cathay de Costa Rica www.bancocathay.com
Banco CMB (Costa Rica) www.citibank.co.cr (in process of transfer to Scotiabank)
Banco Davivienda (Costa Rica)  www.davivienda.cr
Banco General (Costa Rica)  www.bgeneral.fi.cr
Banco Improsa www.improsa.com
Banco Lafise www.lafise.com
Banco Promérica de Costa Rica www.promerica.fi.cr
Prival Bank (Costa Rica)
Scotiabank de Costa Rica www.scotiabankcr.com


 

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