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    Banco de Venezuela


    Banco de Venezuela
    Type Joint stock company
    Industry Finance and insurance
    Founded 1890
    Headquarters Caracas, Venezuela
    Products Financial services
    Employees 4,050
    Website Official web site (Spanish)
    Banco de Venezuela's headquarters in Caracas.

    Banco de Venezuela (abbreviated: BDV) is an international universal bank based in Caracas. It was the market leader in Venezuela until 2007, when it fell to third place, with an 11.3% market share for deposits;[1] its major competitors are Banesco, Banco Mercantil and BBVA Banco Provincial.[2] As of June 2008, it had 285 branches in Venezuela.


    Banco de Venezuela History


    The bank was founded in 1883 as Banco Comercial, which on 2 September 1890 changed its name to Banco de Venezuela. It was initially a loan and taxation financial institution for the Venezuelan government. In 1920, it had already established 10 branches in the country, and due to the lack of a central bank, the Banco de Venezuela became one of the six financial institutions with the right to issue banknotes, until the creation of the Banco Central de Venezuela in 1940.

    In 1976, BDV inaugurated its hundredth branch nationwide. In 1978 the bank introduced 24 hour customer service, credit cards and new point of sales terminals. The bank opened branches in New York and Curaçao in 1977 and 1979 respectively, and two years later founded a subsidiary, Banco de Venezuela International, to offer a better service outside the country. In 1984, the bank inaugurated its new headquarters in the center of Caracas.

    On 6 October 2000, BDV purchased 100% of Banco Caracas, becoming the largest bank in the country.[3]


    Banco de Venezuela State involvement

    In 1993, after three years struggle for shareholder control, Banco de Venezuela was taken over by Banco Consolidado[4] to form Banco de Venezuela y Consolidado. However, Banco Consolidado was closed during the Venezuelan banking crisis of 1994. Following the closure, BDV suffered financial problems in the context of the national financial crisis. On 9 August 1994, BDV became the tenth bank bailed out by the Venezuelan government during the crisis, with the government taking a majority stake for an estimated at US$294m.[5] In 1996 the bank was reprivatised, with Grupo Santander purchasing 93,38%% of its shares, for around US$350m.[4][6][7]

    In June 2008, Grupo Santander began discussion with Venezuelan banker [1]


    Banco de Venezuela References


    This article incorporates information from this version of the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.
    1. ^ a b Venezuelanalysis, 25 May 2009, Venezuela Buys Bank of Venezuela for $US 1.05 billion
    2. ^ "Sistema banca comercial y universal". Banca y Negocios (in Spanish). 2007-12-21. Archived from the original on 29 January 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-13. 
    3. ^ "Merger creates Venezuela's largest bank" Retrieved on 13/1/2008
    4. ^ a b Banco de Venezuela, Historia, accessed 17 March 2009
    5. ^ "Veneuela (sic) Announces Bank Rescue Package". New York Times. August 10, 1994. Retrieved 2009-01-13. 
    6. ^ "Santander confirma que negocia con Gobierno de Venezuela la venta de filial". Unión Radio (in Spanish). 1/8/2008. Retrieved 2009-01-13. 
    7. ^ "Banco Santander in talks with Venezuela". IHT. 1/8/2008. Retrieved 2009-01-13. 
    8. ^ "Anuncian venta del Banco de Venezuela al BOD" (in Spanish). 2008-03-20. Retrieved 2009-01-13. [dead link] Cadena Global.
    9. ^ "Presidente Chávez anunció la intención del gobierno de nacionalizar al Banco de Venezuela". Globovisión (in Spanish). 2008-07-31. Retrieved 2009-01-13. "Yo estoy interesado en comprar y vamos a nacionalizar al Banco de Venezuela" 
    10. ^ Bloomberg, 8 March 2009, Venezuela Still Negotiating Santander Takeover, Minister Says


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