Banco Nacional de Costa Rica

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Banco Nacional de Costa Rica
TypeState 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 million
Number of employees

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.



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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