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Anglo-South American Bank - History
... the Cortés Commercial and Banking Company back to Banco de Nicaragua, founded in Managua in 1888 ... The Banco de Nicaragua was engaged in financing the coffee trade ... In 1891, Banco Particular de El Salvador (est ...
Currency Of Colombia - 1871–1880 Peso (silver Standard) - Paper - Bank Notes
... The first private Colombian bank, Banco de Bogotá, was established November 15, 1870 and began operations in 1871 with a capital of $235,000 ... It was followed by Banco de Antioquia and Banco Santander in 1872, Banco de Barranquilla and Banco del Cauca in 1873, Banco de Bolívar and Banco Mercantil in 1874, and by Banco de Colombia in 1875 ...
Banco De Oro-Equitable PCI Bank Merger - Merger History - Ganging Up Against The Merger
... bank, for the GSIS price of 92 pesos, enough to thwart a Banco de Oro-Equitable PCI merger ... Ernesto Herrera, says that instead of the 100% cash deal, Banco de Oro should offer to the SSS a deal wherein the bank would buy the shares of the SSS to be paid with ... way, says Herrera, the SSS would have a partial return of capital and a new valuable investment in Banco de Oro ...
Banco De Crédito E Inversiones
... Banco de Crédito e Inversiones (BCI) (Spanish Credit and Investment Bank) (BCS BCI) is a Chilean bank specializing in savings deposits, securities brokerage, asset management and ... IPSA companies of Chile AES Gener Águas Andinas Antarchile AquaChile BCI Banco de Chile Banco Santander-Chile Besalco CAP CCU Cencosud CFR Pharmaceuticals CMPC Coca-Cola ...
Currency Of Ecuador - 1856–1871 Franco - Paper
... Banco de Circulación y Descuento de Manuel Antonio de Luzarraga, Guayaquil, issued Ecuador's first banknotes in 1859 in denominations of 1, 4, 5, 10, and 20 pesos ... La Caja de Amortización, Guayaquil, opened in 1860, issuing notes for 5 and 10 pesos in the amount of 100,000 pesos ... Banco Particular de Descuento i Circulación de Guayaquil, founded in 1861 by an association of 50 merchants, began issuing notes in 1862 in denominations of 1, 5, 10, and 20 pesos, adding a 50 and 100 in 1864, and ...