Itaú Unibanco: Excellence in Executing Domestic Strategy

Itaú Unibanco: Excellence in Executing Domestic Strategy

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Brazil’s Itaú Unibanco makes no secret of its ambition to become a dominant player throughout the region. Since its blockbuster merger in 2008, it has not only held on to its leading position in its home market, but the bank has made some key acquisitions that has propelled it into a commanding spot in the region’s key banking markets. Today, it stands as Latin America’s biggest privatesector bank. It is also the largest privately held financial institution in the emerging markets outside China. After first setting up shop in Argentina in the 1990s, Itaú Unibanco bought the Bank of Boston’s operations in 2006, which extended its reach to Chile and Argentina. It also acquired Citigroup’s reta

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