Vie. Feb 3rd, 2023
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    Camilo Atala Faraj, CEO of Ficohsa Bank, stressed the importance of the private and public sector working collectively, as this will bring the way to find solutions and adapt business models to the current form.

    For the businessman, it is fundamental to look towards the future, think differently and know that the region is becoming more and more internationalized, all these complements will allow us to face the external challenges that may arise.

    The renowned banker recognizes that so far the business world has not discovered and taken advantage of all the existing opportunities, therefore, there is still a long way to go.

    Camilo Atala Faraj: We must promote initiatives that drive development.

    «We must be agents of change, promote initiatives that drive the development of Honduras, we will achieve this by promoting the growth of small and medium entrepreneurs and thus make a difference so that this sector is consolidated!»

    His experience leads him to understand that the situation in Central America and Honduras requires the impulse of all, for this reason, he urges all the inhabitants of Honduras to be participants in the development of the country.

    Businessman fights school dropout rates

    As a senior executive of Ficohsa Financial Group and as a person who is socially aware of the importance of education for the growth of a country, he strives to combat the high school dropout rates, since many children do not get to start first grade because they are of limited resources and live in vulnerable areas.

    Likewise, he helps fulfill the dreams of millions of Central Americans through work, because for the banker, it is also of utmost importance that the region advances through the generation of opportunities for all equally.