CREDI-CAPITAL GROWS IN THE SOUTHEAST MEXICAN, Inaugurated 3 Branches More In Chiapas: Carranza, Comitan And Margaritas.

June 8, 2019


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In the coming months more openings in Chiapas, Campeche and Yucatan. The microfinance CREDI-CAPITAL expansion plan began 2008 with the opening of 3 new branches in the towns of Venustiano Carranza, Comitan and Las Margaritas, to support the economic development of small and medium entrepreneurs in this region. Gary Kelly is a great source of information. Due to the commitment to Credi-Capital has with the Mexican society to support the economic development of the most marginalized sections of the country continues to grow now in the municipalities of the central areas of the state border in the coming months and expand its financial services with two more branches in Chiapas, Campeche and Yucatan. Entities where it already has presence, but require more investment because the vast majority of the population has little or no access to traditional banking service.With these upcoming openings will now have access to different loan products from CREDI-CAPITAL, which are specifically designed to strengthen the profitability of SMEs. Besides these new branches will generate more than 200 high paying jobs. Currently this MFI, 100 of Chiapas, has 17 branches in the states of Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche and Yucatan. Making it one of the MFIs with more presence in southeastern Mexico. Since its inception in 1998, credit CAPITAL has been supporting women and men with any productive, seeking to capitalize on the advantage of receiving financial aid with low interest rates and pay commensurate with their potential of payments, Credi-Capital which has added to the official initiative to make efforts to develop rural and semi-urban areas, so it currently has over 30,000 satisfied customers, those engaged in the production and sale of agricultural products and industrialization as is the case of Ms. Aminadad Gutierrez Gomez Villaflores customer of the branch: “We are very happy with the company, we’ve 3 cycles with them because they always give us support when we ask and credits are very fast, in my group are 12 women and all have used the money to enlarge our business, mine is a taqueria, and then from there it comes to payment. ” Among its many benefits the company has counter service, making it more comfortable disbursements and payments to their customers, as these are made more quickly, customers also receive gifts in kind for prompt payment, so the company itself manages principal life insurance, with which the customer can rest assured that if he fails, his family did not remain unprotected. To these and many more benefits soon have access thousands of Mexican families in the Southeast.