Central Reserve Bank of Peru
The Central Reserve Bank of Peru Banco Central de Reserva del Perú is the Peruvian central bank. It mints and issues metal and paper nuevos soles currency. Its branch in Arequipa was established in 1871, and it served the city by issuing money as well as maintaining a good reputation for savings accounts in Southern Peru.
One of the most important services given by "Interbank" is the ATM called GlobalNet, known because it accepts debit and credit cards from every bank of the world, it also permits people to make deposits of money in the same ATM. Interbank also has another kind of ATM where people can get coins to always have change.
Banco del Trabajo
Vision Being a Financial Institution leader in Peru, focused on individuals of the middle and lower strata, which offers products and services that give ? financial solutions and opportunities to improve the quality of life for our customers, provide continuous development opportunities for our employees.
The Bank's Financial Peru is a financial institution authorized by the Superintendency of Banking and Insurance to perform all kinds of operations allowed the Peruvian banking companies. Though it is a multiple bank, their efforts focus on the Bank of People and Medium Enterprises.
The Bank's Financial Peru is a financial institution authorized by the Superintendency of Banking and Insurance to perform all kinds of operations allowed the Peruvian banking companies.Though it is a multiple bank, their efforts focus on the Bank of People and Medium Enterprises.
Scotiabank believes in you. We think always practical solutions to get what you need. We want to be the bank that listens and advises you to help you become better and achieve your goals. We work for you and enhance your finances.
Vision Being a Bank simple transactional, cost-effective and highly trained and motivated.
ViaBCP (Banco de Crédito del Perú)
Our institution, known during its first 52 years Italian Bank, began operations on April 9, 1889, taking a credit policy based on the principles that would guide their corporate behavior in the future. On December 31, 1941, it was agreed to replace the old name, by the Bank of Credit Peru.