As Ficohsa Financial Group and at the level of our different subsidiaries, we have presence in business chambers of our sector and other organizations, in order to address shared challenges. Likewise, we maintain a relationship with the main authorities depending on the business and country.

Nationl Business Organizations• Honduran Banking Institutions Organization (AHIBA)
• Honduran Private Enterprise Council (COHEP)
• Tegucigalpa Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIT)
• Cortés Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIC)
• Business Council of Latin America (CEAL)
• Honduran Chamber of Insurance Companies (CAHDA)
• Honduran-American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)
• Association of Pension and Severance Administrators of Honduras
• Guatemalan Banking Association
• Panama Banking Association
• Nicaraguan Private Banking Association (ASOBANP)
• Nicaraguan Chamber of Commerce and Services (CCSN)
• Nicaraguan-American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM)
International Business
• Latin American Banking Federation (Felaban)
• International Insurance Companies Network (RIDA)
• Inter-American Federation of Insurance Companies (FIDES)
• International Federation of Pension Fund Administrators (FIAP).

• Central Bank of Honduras (BCH)
• Honduras National Banking and Insurance Commission (CNBS)
• Ministry of Finance
• Superior Court of Auditors
• Revenue Administration (SAR)
• Property Institute (IP)
• City Halls
• Ministry of Education
• Economic Cabinet
• National Congress
• Panama Banking Superintendence
• Guatemalan Banking Superintendence
• Nicaraguan Banking and Other Financial Institutions Superintendence (SIBOIF)
• General Revenue Office (DGI)
• Nicaraguan Social Security Institute (INSS)
• Ministry of Labor (MITRAB).

We support the environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives of these organizations. Similarly, we always remain committed to the United Nations’ Global Compact, participating as an active part of their network of permanent adherents in Honduras.

Through Ficohsa Foundation, we establish alliances with different social organizations for the implementation of the programs, as well as with companies, business foundations and other organizations that contribute to them.

Domestic• Breadco
• ChildFund
• Supermercados La Colonia Clients
• Grupo Farinter
• Ferema
• Farmacias Kielsa
• Lacthosa
• Lufussa
• Fundación Tigo (Honduras y Guatemala)
• Fundación Zamora Terán
• Fundación Fabretto
• Asociación ProNiños Quemados de Nicaragua (APROQUEN)
• Transatlantic Re (Nicaragua)
• Universidad Pedagógica Nacional Francisco Morazán (UPNFM)
• Unitec
International• Bladex
• Copa Airlines
• Darwin Capital, LLC
• Intermex
• Microsoft
• MoneyGram Foundation
• More Money
• Organization of Ibero-American States (OEI)
• World Food Programme
• Transatlantic Re
• United Way
• Visa
• Wells Fargo