Banco Exterior celebrated its 63 years in Venezuela

The Banco Exterior was born on January 21, 1956

The Banco Exterior arrived on Sunday, January 24, to its 63 years of financial activity in Venezuela, a long journey that began in 1958, in which for more than six decades, it has established itself as an entity with a high reputation and solidity in the market Venezuelan, constantly maintaining excellent management indicators and continuously positioning itself among the best places to work in the country according to the work environment measurement of the Great Place to Work organization.

On the occasion of celebrating more than six decades of activity in the country, the Executive President of the financial institution, Nelson Acosta, said: “During this time we have built a great institution, a legacy, we have deepened our corporate values ​​and also strengthened a strategy market that has resulted in a very good reputation among our clients. Reputation that we will continue to cultivate in the future through a focus on our clients and responsible financial management ”.

Currently, Banco Exterior focuses on the efficient use of its electronic channels for the future, with special emphasis on digital platforms such as the Foreign service NEXO Mobile Payment, which to date registers a very high percentage of transactionality offering response instantaneous and thus facilitating the sending and receiving of payments online instantly between EXTERNAL clients and other banks; in addition to the recent launch of its Biopago solution.

Similarly, in accordance with the provisions of the Exchange Agreement and the BCV Circular dated March 06, 2019, the financial institution incorporated in 2020 the Retail Foreign Currency Purchase and Sale service aimed at natural and legal clients, Through its network of agencies in the capital and the interior of the Republic.

A business relationship with a long history

Banco Exterior was born on January 21, 1956 and formally opened its doors to the public on January 24, 1958. At the end of the 90s it was authorized to function as Banco Universal, which allowed it to offer a greater variety of financial products and services. .

After a comprehensive technological update process, it reached its first 100 agencies nationwide in 2008 with the opening in Coro, capital of the Falcón state. That same year, it began its formal Corporate Social Responsibility strategy, which it has extended over time regardless of the circumstances to promote quality of life based on criteria of sustainability in social investment.