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Brazil Banks


ABN AMRO Bank Brazil The network bank in Brazil.
Banco Boavista InterAtlntico S.A. An association of Banco Espнrito Santo, Grupo Monteiro Aranha and Crйdit Agricole.
Banco Boreal S.A.  
Banco Brascan Banco Brascan foi fundado em 1989 com o nome de Banco Capitaltec S.A., tornando-se uma das instituiзхes financeiras mais inovadoras no Brasil. Ao longo dos anos, adquiriu profundo conhecimento em diversas бreas de atuaзгo, oferecendo a seus clientes serviзos financeiros, assessoria e execuзгo de primeira qualidade e uma empresa destacada em privatizaзхes, nos nнveis municipal, estadual e federal. No inнcio de 1998, a associaзгo estratйgica firmada com o Mellon ampliou significativamente as perspectivas de crescimento do Banco Brascan
Banco Brascan S/A For those who look for foreign markets.
Banco do Brasil Banco do Brasil S.A. (English: Bank of Brazil; BOV: BBAS3.SA) is a major Brazilian bank headquartered in Brasília. The bank was founded in 1808 and is the oldest surviving bank in Brazil — one of the oldest of The Americas.
Banco do Brasil is controlled by the Brazilian government but its stock is traded at the São Paulo Stock Exchange and its management follows standard international banking practices (Basel Accords). Since 2000 it is one of the four most-profitable Brazilian banks (the others being Bradesco, Banco Itaú, and Unibanco) and holds a strong leadership in retail banking.
Banco Itaú Banco Itaú it is a publicly-quoted bank with its headquarters in São Paulo, Brazil. It is the second largest non-government-owned bank in Brazil, after Bradesco. Itaú now accounts for about 11% of the Brazilian market for retail banking services. It is the most important affiliate of Investimentos Itaú (Itaúsa), a large conglomerate that ranks among Fortune magazine's top 500 corporations in the world. It has subsidiaries in Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, as well as in Lisbon and London, branches in New York and Tokyo, and a representative office in Shanghai via Itaú-BBA.
Banco Meridional Large bank offering a variety of products and services.
Banco Nacional da Agricultura Familiar FUNDAЗГO LYNDOLPHO SILVA
Banco Real Banco Real is a Brazilian bank, owned by Spain's Banco Santander. ABN AMRO had owned the bank but in October 2007, a consortium led by Royal Bank of Scotland that also included Banco Santander and Belgium's Fortis, acquired ABN AMRO and proceeded to dismember it. Banco Santander acquired Banco Real from the consortium, together with some other ABN AMRO operations in Italy. Banco Santander already owned Banco Santander Brazil, which incorporated Banco do Estado de São Paulo (Banespa). Combining its existing operations with Banco Real will make Banco Santander Brazil the third largest private bank in the country, after Bradesco and Itaú. Santander has named the CEO of Banco Real to be the head of the combined group in Brazil, with the charge to unify the operations; Santander then transferred the CEO of Banco Santander Brazil to Madrid.
Banco Safra Banco Safra S.A. is a Brazilian and international bank, ranking sixth among the country’s largest private sector financial institutions in terms of total assets. The Bank is part of the larger Safra Group of banks and financial institutions.
Banco Santander Grupo Santander (LSE: BNC, NYSE: STD, BMAD: SAN) is a banking group centered on Banco Santander, the largest bank in Spain, which originated in Santander, Cantabria, Spain. As of June 2008, it is the second largest bank in Europe in terms of market capitalization[1] (behind HSBC), and also has numerous operations in Latin America. It has rebranded most of the subsidiaries it has acquired to Santander.
Grupo Santander consists of 131,819 employees, 65.1 million customers, 11,178 branches and 2.27 million shareholders. Retail banking - the main aspect of Santander's operations - generates 82% of the group's profit. The group is amongst the top ten banking organisations in the world and is the biggest bank in the Eurozone by market cap. Currently, they are a corporate sponsor of the McLaren-Mercedes Formula 1 team and the Copa Libertadores de America.
Banco Santos S/A Brazilian Financial Institution providing commercial banking products and services, asset management, insurance and internet banking services.
Banespa The brazilian bank working for you since the begining of the century.
Banestes Banestes is responsible for the public execution of loans for the Brazilian state of Espírito Santo, with the captation of resources, transfer and applications being one of the state's major instruments of economical development. Its assistance complex is ready to assist clients in every county of the State of Espírito Santo, and in agencies in São Paulo.
BankBoston BankBoston was a bank based in Boston, Massachusetts, which was created by the 1996 merger of Bank of Boston and BayBank. Bank of Boston had a venerable history dating back to 1784, but the merged BankBoston was short-lived, being acquired by Fleet Bank in 1999. In 2005, FleetBoston was purchased by, and merged into, Bank of America of Charlotte, North Carolina. After the sale of its Latin American branches in 2006, BankBoston currently exists solely as a subsidiary private bank owned by Bank of America.
Banrisul Banrisul is the largest bank in Southern Brazil and operates primarily in the state of Rio Grande do Sul (RS), over a network that serves 364 cities (73% of RS cities). The services, however, are extended to other localities of Brazil. Beyond the 339 agencies in RS state (49 in the state capital Porto Alegre, and 290 in the interior), the Banrisul is present in the Federal District and the following States: Bahia, Ceará, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina, São Paulo and keeps a business-office in Buenos Aires and agencies in New York and Grand Cayman.
Banrisul was also the first bank in the world to have an automatic teller machine running the Linux operating system.
BBVA Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA), (NYSE: BBV, BMAD: BBVA) is a multinational Basque banking group. It was formed in 1999 from a merger of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya and Argentaria, both of which in turn had previously amalgamated three important banks in Spain, namely Banco de Bilbao, Banco de Vizcaya and Banco Exterior de España, with other minor entities. BBVA is the second largest bank in Spain and 15th largest financial institution in the western world with a market capitalization of over 61 billion €. The bank has recently focused on overseas expansion, and now operates in 40 countries. Like many other Spanish companies, it enjoys a dominant position in Spanish-speaking Latin American countries. It also has a presence in many Mediterranean countries, especially Portugal and Italy, and has announced its intention to expand into the United States and in Asia.
Bradesco Banco Bradesco, short for Banco Brasileiro de Descontos, that is 'Brazilian Discount Bank', is one of the Big Four banks in Brazil, the others being Banco do Brasil, Banco Itaú and Unibanco. Bradesco is the largest private bank in Brazil. Headquartered in Osasco, it has more than 2,916 branches. Bradesco offers Internet banking, insurance, pension plans, annuities, credit card services (including football club affinity cards for soccer fans) and free Internet access for customers. The bank also provides personal and commercial loans, as well as leasing services. Internationally, Bradesco has branches in New York, Grand Cayman and Nassau, and banking or financial subsidiaries or affiliates in Nassau, Luxembourg, Buenos Aires, Grand Cayman and Tokyo.
Banco Bradesco is constantly expanding and has recently acquired Banco do Estado do Maranhão, Banco Mercantil de São Paulo, and the Brazilian operations of Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria (BBVA) and J.P. Morgan Fleming Asset Management.
Bradesco's stock is traded on Bovespa, where it is part of the Índice Bovespa. It is also listed on the New York Stock Exchange (symbol BBD).
Brazilian Investment Bank Banco Axial, is a new banking institution duly established in Sгo Paulo to offer a full range of tailor made investment banking services to International and National Corporate Managers.
Caixa Econômica Federal Caixa Econômica Federal, also referred to as CAIXA, is a Brazilian bank, one of the largest government-owned financial institutions in Latin America.
The bank was founded in January 12, 1861 as Caixa Econômica e Monte de Socorro in Rio de Janeiro as a financial institution destined to collect national savings, mostly from the poor. Over the years, several similar institutions were created until most of them were merged into present-day "Caixa" in 1967.
Caixa Geral de Depósitos Caixa Geral de Depósitos, pron. IPA: ['kaiʃɐ ʒɨ'ɾaɫ dɨ dɨ'pɔzituʃ], (CGD) is a Portuguese state-owned banking corporation.
Central Bank of Brazil The Brazilian Central Bank (Portuguese: Banco Central do Brasil) is Brazil's highest monetary authority in, and the country's governing body in, finance and economics. It was established on December 31, 1964.
The Central Bank is linked with the Ministry of Finance. Like other central banks, the Brazilian central bank is the principal monetary authority of the country. It received this authority when it was founded by three different institutions: the Bureau of Currency and Credit (SUMOC), the Bank of Brasil (BB), and the National Treasury.
One of the arms of Brazil's monetary policy is the Banco Central do Brasil's SELIC rate.
Citibank Citibank is a major international bank, founded in 1812 as the City Bank of New York, later First National City Bank of New York. Citibank is now the consumer and corporate banking arm of financial services giant Citigroup, one of the largest companies in the world. As of March 2007, it is the largest bank in the United States by holdings.
Citibank has operations in more than 100 countries and territories around the world. More than half of its 1,400 offices are in the United States, mostly in the New York City, Chicago, Miami, and Washington DC metropolitan areas, as well as in California.
In addition to the standard banking transactions, Citibank offers insurance, credit card and investment products. Their online services division is among the most successful in the field, claiming about 15 million users.
Citigroup Citigroup Inc., operating as Citi, is a major American financial services company based in New York City, formed from the merger of Citicorp and Travelers Group on April 7, 1998. The company employs approximately 358,000 staff around the world, and holds over 200 million customer accounts in more than 100 countries. It is the world's largest bank by revenues as of 2008. It is a primary dealer in US Treasury securities and its stock has been a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average since March 17, 1997. Its single largest shareholder is Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia, who has a 4.4% stake.
On December 11, 2007, Vikram Pandit was named Citigroup's CEO, while Sir Win Bischoff was named chairman. Charles Prince, the Chairman and CEO, had resigned on November 4, 2007. Between that time, Bischoff had served as interim CEO while Robert Rubin was chairman of the board.
HSBC HSBC Holdings plc (LSE: HSBA, SEHK: 0005, NYSE: HBC, Euronext: HSB, BSX: 1077223879) is a public limited company incorporated in England and Wales, headquartered in London. It is the world's largest company and the world's largest banking group, as calculated based on different metrics by the annual Forbes list of the world's largest firms published on April 2, 2008. In February 2008, HSBC was named the world's most valuable banking brand by The Banker magazine.
HSBC Holdings was established in 1991 to become the parent company to The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in preparation for its purchase of the Midland Bank in Britain and in change of domicile for the transfer of sovereignty of Hong Kong. The former was established virtually simultaneously in Hong Kong and Shanghai in 1865 to finance the growing trade between China and Europe by Scotsman Thomas Sutherland, who wanted a bank operating on "sound Scottish banking principles". Its heritage in East Asia means it is a British institution with an extensive international pedigree.
HSBC is well-known in banking circles for its diversified and risk-averse approach in its business operations (to the extent that, for instance, Europe contributes around one-third of its 2007 earnings and commercial banking 30%).
HSBC Bank Brasil S.A.- Banco Multiplo HSBC Bank Brasil S.A. - Banco Múltiplo is HSBC's bank in Brazil and was established in March 1997, when Banco HSBC Bamerindus SA was set up to take over the assets, liabilities and subsidiaries of Banco Bamerindus do Brasil S.A., which had been established in 1952. By the time of its acquisition, the bank had almost 1,300 branches, plus insurance, leasing and securities businesses, among others. The bank’s name was changed to HSBC Bank Brasil S.A. - Banco Múltiplo in 1999. The headquarters are located in Curitiba. HSBC is now among the ten largest banks in Brazil, with more than 1,700 branches and sub-branches in 550 Brazilian cities.
Unibanco Unibanco is the third largest privately-owned bank in Brazil. Unibanco stands for União de Bancos Brasileiros (Brazilian Banks Union). The bank was born in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais. Today, however, its headquarters are located in the city of São Paulo, as almost all other major banks are. The banking house has grown to be the third biggest private national bank largely due to the 1995 acquisition of Banco Nacional, which went bankrupt alongside other major financial houses during the national banking meltdown of the early years of the Real Plan. As most banks in the country, it offers a wide variety of financial services, such as checking accounts, consumer credit, loans, insurance, pension and investment funds, brokerage services, etc. Though its shares are negotiated on the São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa), it is still today controlled by its founding Moreira Salles family. The family was until recently headed by patriarch Walter Moreira Salles - a renowned banker and diplomat, who served as Brazilian ambassador to Britain as well as Finance Minister - deceased in 2001. As of 2006, his son Pedro Moreira Salles serves as the company's Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of the Board.
The group own several companies, including: Fininvest, Hipercard, Luizacred, PontoCred, Banco Dibens and Unicard.
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