Bladex has been serving the Latin American market since 1979, meeting the capitalization needs of other banks in the Region, as well as granting financing to medium and large-sized corporations to support their business operations.
As part of its mission to offer superior financial solutions for banks, companies and investors doing business in Latin America, Bladex offers a wide portfolio of possibilities throughout the entire region.
Corporate Governance is the backbone of Bladex management, providing the framework for achieving its objectives and covering the different execution environments, action plans and internal control structure at the Organization.
"Our vision for Bladex is that of a financial institution that is important and relevant for Latin American trade and regional integration, focused on building value for our shareholders and clients, thus effectively contributing to the development of our beloved Region."
Three (3) directors appointed by the holders of Class "A" common shares; five (5) directors appointed by the holders of Class "E" common shares and two (2) directors appointed by the holders of all common shares.
Bladex's Executive Committee is a standing committee of the Bank's Management. The main objective of the Executive Committee is to direct and carry out the administrative management of the Bank, based on the delegation of powers from the Board of Directors regarding the approval of operating expenses, investments and human resources.
Our Corporate Governance structure is the key component of the way we manage the Organization, and enables us to ensure strict compliance with the rules and regulations of the different regulatory authorities Bladex reports to.