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Banco de Crédito e Inversiones
Jairo Botín

BCI is a member of the International Confederation of Popular Banks (CIBP), international organization based in Brussels that brings together cooperative banks worldwide. Currently BCI is the third largest private bank in terms of loans and the fourth bank in number of customers, behind the privates Banco Santander, Chile and Banco de Chile, and the state Banco Estado.

Banco de Crédito de Bolivia
Catalina López

Banco de Crédito de Bolivia (abbreviated as BCP) is a banking and financial services company located in Bolivia. It is headquartered in La Paz and is a wholly owned international subsidiary of Banco de Crédito del Perú, Peru’s largest bank. BCP Bolivia started its operations in the country following BCP’s acquisition of the Bolivian bank Banco Popular. BCP Bolivia provides its products and services through operating 102 branches,[2] 240 ATMs,[3] call centers, and online and mobile banking platforms. Banco de Crédito de Bolivia is currently Bolivia’s fourth largest bank by total assets.[4]

Banco de Crédito del Perú
Jonathan Ferrant

In order to achieve greater international presence, BCP opened branches in Nassau and New York, which made it the only Peruvian Bank present in two of the most important financial centers of the world. The expansion of BCP’s activities created the need for a new headquarter for central management. To that end, a building of 30,000 m2 approximately was built in the district of La Molina (In 2004 the Miami chapter of the American Institute of Architects awarded the Banco de Crédito headquarters building the AIA Test of Time Award.[1]). Then, with the aim of improving its services, BCP established the National Network of Tele Process, which in late 1988 connected almost every office in the country with the central computer of Lima. Also, the Current and Savings Account National Book was created and an extensive network of ATMs was installed.

Banco Nacional de Crédito
Jerónimo Escribano

Banco Nacional de Crédito (BVC: BNC), commonly abbreviated as BNC, is a Venezuelan commercial bank headquartered in Caracas. It was founded in 1977 in San Antonio del Táchira as Banco Tequendama branch of the Banco Tequendama Colombia.

Banco de Credito e Inversiones (Banco Bci)
Iván Morterero

Banco de Crédito e Inversiones S.A. (Bci) is the fourth largest private bank in Chile by assets and number of customers, behind Banco Santander Chile, Banco de Chile and BancoEstado. With over 11,000 employees, Bci has about 390 commercial contact points and 1,060 ATMs nationwide as well as branches and representative offices in Mexico, Peru, Brazil, Colombia, the U.S., Spain and China. Bci is the first Chilean bank with a presence in Hong Kong. Banco de Crédito e Inversiones provides a broad array of financial products and services for personal and business customers including savings and checking accounts, personal and mortgage loans, business loans, debit and credit cards, health and life insurance, securities brokerage, lease financing, short and long-term financing, mutual funds, asset management and more. In 2015, Bci acquired City National Bank of Florida or CNB (one of the most prestigious banks in the state of Florida) for US$883 million from Spanish lender Bankia. Banco de Crédito e Inversiones was founded in May 1937 by a group of immigrants in order to support small and medium enterprises. As of June 30, 2017, it had CLP 32.131 trillion in total assets and CLP 2.7 trillion in total equity. The company’s market capitalization is CLP 5 trillion (August 4, 2017). Empresas Juan Yarur SpA is the main shareholder of Bci.

Banco Internacional de Crédito y Comercio
Mateo Cicerón

Por increíble que parezca, incluso esos escándalos de los años ochenta han sido superados por las recientes revelaciones de la existencia de una impresionante red de avaricia y de corrupción. «Nada hay en la historia de los escándalos financieros que rivalice con el caso del Banco de Crédito y Comercio Internacional: el cierre del deshonesto imperio de 20 mil millones de dólares en sesenta y dos países […] en una tormenta global. Nunca ha habido un escándalo de tal cuantía económica, de tantas naciones, con tanta gente importante implicada. […] Los superlativos de nuestra lengua se quedan cortos para describir esto: es la empresa delictiva más grande que ha existido jamás […] la operación de lavado de dinero más grande de la historia.»

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