Banco Nacional de Costa Rica

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Banco Nacional de Costa Rica
State bank
IndustryBanking, Financial services
FoundedBanco de Emision: 20 April 1877; Banco Internacional de Costa Rica: 20 April 1877; Banco Nacional de Costa Rica: 1948[1]
HeadquartersAvenida 3, Calle 4, San José,
Area served
Latin America
Key people
Mario Rivera Turcios (General Manager), Guillermo Quesada Oviedo (Commercial Manager)
Total assetsUS$7209.40 millon
Number of employees
8,000
Websitewww.bncr.fi.cr

Banco Nacional de Costa Rica or BNCR is the largest commercial bank in Costa Rica and the second largest in Central America by assets.

It has a 49% stake in Banco de Costa Rica International Limited (BICSA), incorporated with the Republic of Panama entity, and 100% of the shares of BN-Securities (Stock Exchange Market), BN-Vital (Operator owner pension fund), BN-SAFI (Mutual Funds) and BN insurance broker. in January 2013, the Fitch Ratings classified Banco Nacional de Costa Rica as an 'AA + (cri)' class bank.

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Panama - Bicsa Financial Center, Panama city
Costa Rica - Plaza Salamanca Building (Orosi Guancaste), San José
United States - 4000 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Miami

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