BBVA Continental

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BBVA Continental
Type Subsidiary
Traded as BVLCONTINC1
Industry Finance
Founded (1951)
Headquarters Lima, Peru
Key people Alex Fort Brescia, (Chairman)
Eduardo Torres-Llosa Villacorta, (CEO)
Products Financial Services
Revenue US$ 604.3 Million (2008)
Total assets US$ 10.1 Billion (2009)
Owners BBVA
Employees 5,429
Old BBVA Banco Continental headquarters in Lima.

BBVA Continental (formerly BBVA Banco Continental) is a Peruvian bank and subsidiary of Holding Continental (an affiliate of BBVA) which holds 92.08% of its equity.

The bank was established in 1951 and its operations are authorized by the Superintendencia de Banca, Seguros y AFP (SBS). Its principal offices are located in Av. República de Panamá No. 3055, San Isidro District, Peru.[1]

The bank conducts its business through 311 branches located in different regions of Peru. As of February 2014, it had 5,429 employees.[2]

In 2014, Global Finance ranked BBVA Continental the "Best Bank in Peru."[3]

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  1. ^ BBVA Banco Continental Notes to Financial Statements as of December 31, 2007, page 71.
  2. ^ BBVA Banco Continental 2013 Annual Report
  3. ^ https://www.gfmag.com/magazine/may-2014/best-banks-2014-latin-america