Banco Nacional de Bolivia SA


Banco Nacional de Bolivia SA

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About the company

Banco Nacional de Bolivia SA (BNB) is a Bolivia-based financial institution primarily engaged in the banking sector. The Bank’s business is structured in two divisions: Personal Banking and Corporate Banking. Its services and products include saving and current accounts, fixed-term deposits, consumer and commercial loans, debit and credit cards and financial assessment, among others. The Bank also offers electronic and Internet banking services. The Bank is parent of Grupo BNB, a group which comprises Nacional SAFI SA (BNB SAFI), active in the investment and administration of funds; Nacional de Valores SA (BNB Valores), a brokerage house, and BNB Leasing SA, a leasing entity. In addition, the Bank operates a network of branches located in the departments of La Paz, Oruro, Potosi, Tarija, Chuquisaca, Cochabamba, Santa Cruz, Beni and Pando.

  • Revenue in BOB (TTM)1.31bn
  • Net income in BOB227.86m
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  • Employees735.00
  • Location
    Banco Nacional de Bolivia SACalle Espana No.90, Casilla 360SUCRE BoliviaBOL
  • Phone+591 46453055
  • Fax+591 46451101
  • Websitehttps://www.bnb.com.bo/
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