Original Source: Gestión
October 19, 2018
Financiera Efectiva S.A. (“Efectiva”) completed a public issuance of corporate bonds rated AA-/A+ by Class/Apoyo in the Peruvian capital markets, placing PEN 70 million (approximately USD 21 million) at a term of 4 years (with a 2-year grace period) and a rate of 7.21875%.
This issuance forms part.
September 10, 2018
Based on the initiative of a group of employees, Pagnifique Uruguay has implemented a program to donate surplus inventory from its bakeries at the end of each business day to shelters and food centers for children of less privileged backgrounds. Donations are being channeled through a non-profit organization called “Plato Lleno”, which operates food redistribution networks.
August 23, 2018
Three months after its launch, Financiera Efectiva’s chatbot, which was created to enable client access to loans quickly and from any mobile device, has originated loans for over one million Peruvian soles (approx. 300,000 USD) through CrediEfectiva’s presence in Facebook.
According to Gian Carlo Villanueva, Business Transformation Manager at Financiera Efectiva, “the average ticket.
Original Source: Modaes
July 9, 2018
Komax, the current representative of Brooks Brothers in Chile, will continue to commercialize the American brand in the country during the next ten years, according to an agreement between the two companies.
Komax will thus devote resources to strengthen the six Brooks Brothers stores it manages in Chile and promote the online channel. E.
In June 2018, human resources professionals of the top organizations, businesses and consultants in Uruguay gathered at the Palladium Business Hotel in Montevideo for the award ceremony of Premios Crear, a national accolade given annually by CREAR Comunicación in conjunction with Deloitte to recognize innovation and best practices in human management.
Farmashop earned second place in the category of.
Original Source: Sentido Económico
March 22, 2018
Engenium Capital, a specialty loan and leasing company, accomplished its goal of raising 2,500 million Mexican pesos (135.20 million US dollars) through the issuance of two five-year bonds, each one backed by collection rights to a bundle of leasing and loan contracts between the company and its clients.