Annual Report 2013
The Institution in 2013 reached a level of USD 12,101,000 approvals, representing an increase of 31% over 2012, with a significant distribution by country and sector strategic diversification of its operations throughout the region. CAF further strengthened its catalytic role in attracting funds from various sources to Latin America, to promote investment and trade opportunities in the region. In this regard, in 2013 he announced a major effort to strengthen the organization and its processes, as well as an exercise in strategic thinking aimed at developing new initiatives and programs related to knowledge transfer and technical support to partner countries. In addition, progress was made in the development and implementation of innovative catalytic tools to generate greater added value, mainly in supporting the private sector in the context of the corporate strategy to promote productive transformation of the region. In this Annual Report are described and the audited financial statements for fiscal year 2013, these results are thanks to the support of the governments of shareholder countries and members of the Board of CAF, as well as the strong commitment of our staff to the institution and Latin America.
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