Banks Uruguay

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Central Bank of Uruguay  
The Central Bank was created in 1967 by the 196th. article of the República Oriental del Uruguay's Constitution, and it has the legal nature of "Ente autónomo" (state autonomous entity). Later, on July 6 1967, the law 13594 established that the new institution will be called "Banco Central del Uruguay"(BCU). Before the creation of the BCU, the Issuing Department of the Banco de la República Oriental del Uruguay was the one in charge of issuing currency, managing the monetary regime and supervising and monitoring the banking system, as it was established by its Charter (Law 9808, January 2 1939).

Banco COFAC  
The Bank Bandes Uruguay aims mainly to support the enterprises with their customers. Since provide a loan or cash generating tools for businesses, to establish suitable business with the outside world, all actions to maintain a high level of social responsibility, which flows into the technical and financial support needed to launch the development of productive country.

Banco Hipotecario del Uruguay  
The Mortgage Bank of Uruguay (BHU) establishing March 24, 1892, on the basis of Section Mortgage former National Bank of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay.

Banco Santander Uruguay  
Banco Santander, from its entry into the Uruguayan financial centre in 1980, after a strong growth driven by its favorable trade situation, it has become one of the main institutions of the private banking system. The Santander Group Uruguay, is part of the Banco Santander Group, the leading financial group in Spain and Latin America, with a presence in 40 countries, with 10,200 offices and more than 66 million customers.

Crédit Uruguay Banco  
MISSION We are a universal bank, broad network in the country, committed to the quality of customer service, the creation of shareholder value, profitability sustainable and enduring, our personal and professional development, the community where we act and to excellence in everything we do. For everyone.

Nuevo Banco Commercial  
Mission Creating value for our customers, employees, shareholders and society, through the provision of financial services that support the production and the Uruguayan family.

Mission To be a multi-purpose and competitive bank at national level; To render quality services to enterprises and individuals; To give preferential support to productive sectors, investment and exports; and To develop a permanent service policy which shall guarantee the profile of a sound, profitable and self-sufficient bank.

The Banco de Seguros del Estado accompanying Uruguayans since 1911. The idiosyncrasies of the country, the peculiarities of the people, their way of life, to work and to feel, reflects a continuing evolution that the Bank has been acompasando since its inception, providing effective protection to the whole of society. The magnitude of the responsibility, enhances their work and what drives overcome by the day.