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  2. Banco do Brasil - Wikipedia

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    Banco do Brasil S.A. (English: Bank of Brazil) is a Brazilian financial services company headquartered in Brasília, Brazil. The oldest bank in Brazil, and among the oldest banks in continuous operation in the world, it was founded by John VI, King of Portugal, in 1808. It is the second largest banking institution in Brazil, as well as the ...

  3. Central Bank of Brazil - Wikipedia

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    The Central Bank of Brazil (Portuguese: Banco Central do Brasil) is Brazil's central bank.It was established on December 31, 1964. The bank is not linked to any ministry, currently being autonomous. Like other central banks, the Brazilian central bank is the principal mon

  4. Banco24Horas - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .banco24horas .com .br. Banco24Horas is a Brazilian interbank network. Ii is the largest interbank network in Brazil, with a market share of 38% in the country. Operated by Tecban (Tecnologia Bancária S.A.), Banco24Horas offers 11,600 ATMs in more than 400 Brazilian cities. As of 2014, its main shareholders are the largest ...

  5. BB Tecnologia e Serviços - Wikipedia

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    In 2013, it changed its fantasy name to BB Tecnologia e Serviços (BBTS), as a way to demonstrate to the market its proximity and alignment with its controller, Banco do Brasil, which holds 99.97% of its capital stock. Today, BBTS has a diversified portfolio: Technical Assistance, Monitoring, Electronic Security, Contact Center, Logistic ...

  6. Brazilian real (old) - Wikipedia

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    Between 1850 and 1893, a number of private banks issued paper money in denominations between 10 and 500 mil réis. They included a later Banco do Brazil (1853–1890), the Banco do Maranhão (1857–1885) and the Banco da República dos Estados Unidos do Brasil (1890–1892). Regional governments issued paper money between 1892 and 1897.

  7. Banco Itaú - Wikipedia

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    In the 1970s, it merged with Banco Aliança in Rio de Janeiro (1973), Banco Português do Brasil (1974), and Banco União Comercial (1974). In 1979, it opened its first operations abroad with a representative office in New York City and a subsidiary in Buenos Aires. In the 1980s, it acquired only one small bank, Banco Pinto de Magalhães (1985).

  8. Brazilian currency - Wikipedia

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    A collection of R$ 200 banknotes. The Brazilian currency has been renamed and redefined several times through its history. Since 1994, the official one is the Brazilian real (plural reais, with symbol R$ and ISO code BRL.

  9. Itaú Unibanco - Wikipedia

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    Banco Itaú Unibanco S.A. is a Brazilian financial services company headquartered in São Paulo, Brazil. Itaú Unibanco was formed through the merger of Banco Itaú and Unibanco in 2008. It is the largest banking institution in Brazil, as well as the largest in Latin America [4] [5] and in the Southern Hemisphere , and the seventy-first largest ...