FLAR has capitalized the profits distributed to its central banks and there is an agreement in place between its member countries to continue to do so until the current subscribed capital is completed.
In 2012, evidencing their support for the institution, the member countries prepaid the previous subscribed capital and increased it by 40%.
In 2015, the Central Bank of Costa Rica prepaid all of its FLAR subscribed capital and applied to double it to reach the level of a "country of a large economic dimension", application which was approved by FLAR’s Assembly of Representatives.
In May 2015, FLAR agreed on a procedure with the International Monetary Fund for its new members to account a percentage of their paid-in capital to the Institution as part of their international reserves. This may make it easier for new members to join FLAR.