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26th WSBI Latin America and Caribbean Regional Group (GRULAC) Annual Meeting

26th WSBI Latin America and Caribbean Regional Group (GRULAC) Annual Meeting
Date: 08/07/2020 - 10/07/2020
Location: Honduras

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​​​​​​Digital Transformation: Changing the course of Retail Banking 

Dates: TBC | San Pedro Sula, Honduras​
​Venue: Copantl Hotel & Convention Center​​


The 26th WSBI GRLUAC (Latin American & Caribbean Regional Group​) meeting will be organised in collaboration with Banco Atlántida and will take place in San Pedro Sula, Honduras. This year's theme is Digital Transformation: Changing the course of Retail Banking and will include insights on big data, cybersecurity, open banking, boosting SMEs, among other trending topics. Further information will follow soon. Stay tuned!


DISCLAIMER: In view of the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak, the final​ event dates will be confirmed in due time.


About WSBI Latin America & Caribbean Regional Group​​

Representing financial institutions and federations, the WSBI Latin American and Caribbean Group (GRULAC) looks to create and share knowledge with one another and to raise awareness of WSBI and its positions with people in the region.​ ​Representing 13​ financial institutions from 12 countries​, the group’s members meet at least once a year at annual regional group meetings. Those meetings serve as a platform for exchange of experiences among members and also provides potential members or other interested international or regional organizations a way to keep up to date on savings and retail banking as well as WSBI efforts in the region. 



About Banco Atlántida​

​Banco Atlántida founded in 1913, is one of the most important banks in Honduras, with a large market share and a relevant position in the corporate segment, in 2017 it registered more than US$3,346 million in assets, which places it as the number one bank in the Honduran ranking, and occupied the first place in the deposit portfolio of the Honduran financial system with nearly US$2,581 mill​ion, additionally it has a risk rating of investment grade A+ (hnd) by Fitch Ratings.