LatinFinance's Banks of the Year Awards for 2013 celebrate the financial institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean that have demonstrated excellence in retail, commercial and investment services between July 1, 2012 and 31 June 2013.
of the Year
of the Year Brazil
of the Year Mexico
of the Year Argentina
of the Year Colombia
of the Year Venezuela
of the Year Chile
of the Year Peru
of the Year Ecuador
of the Year Dominican Republic
of the Year Guatemala
of the Year Uruguay
of the Year Costa Rica
of the Year Panama
of the Year Paraguay
of the Year Bolivia
of the Year Trinidad and Tobago
of the Year El Salvador
Bank of the Year Brazil
Bank of the Year Mexico
Bank of the Year Colombia
Bank of the Year Chile
Development Bank of the Year
Institution of the Year
of the Year Caribbean
of the Year Central America
The awards are judged by LatinFinance's editorial team, based on: > Pitches submitted by institutions > Financial data for banks over the reference period, including but not limited to total assets, return on equity, non-performing loans > Market opinion, including analyst and rating agency comment Full details on the selection process and criteria can be found here . Contact Enquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Banks of the Year" in the subject line.
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