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banco

[′baŋ·kō]
(hydrology)
A meander or oxbow lake separated from a river by a change in its course.

banco

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a built-in seat.
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Supplementing Banco Popular's branches are 16 check-cashing outlets called Popular Cash Express plus 30 mobile units that wheel around to Los Angeles workplaces to handle employee paychecks.
Key Employee Biographies: Banco Popular Espanol, S.
Under the proposal, Banco Popular-New York would operate branches in its home state of New York and in California, Florida, Illinois, and New Jersey at locations where the bank's predecessors currently operate branches.
On the basis of pro-forma consolidated financial accounts as of June 1997, Banco Geral do Comercio and Banco Noroeste would have a combined loan portfolio of R$4.
Banco Santander Brasil SA had last sold dollar bonds in excess of USD100m in June 2006.
Banco Provincial is Venezuela's largest private sector bank, with Bs 1.
Banco Sudecor will undertake to increase its capital through a share offering representing approximately 49% of its capital which will be subscribed by Banco de Galicia (the "Bank").
In addition, Fitch affirms and withdraws the ratings assigned to Grupo Financiero Continental, which will soon cease to control and consolidate Banco Continental's operations.
El banco espanol Banco Santander Central Hispano ha experimentado una notable transformacion, y en pocos anos paso de ser un banco provincial a un lider global.
15 /PRNewswire/ -- The New York Stock Exchange approved the listing of the common and preferred shares of Banco Ganadero, the largest financial institution in the Republic of Colombia headquartered in Bogota.
Key companies covered: Banco de la Nacion Argentina, Banco Rio de la Plata & Banco de Galicia y Buenos Aires.
announced today it has assigned an initial long-term dollar rating of 'BBB' (Triple-B) to Banco Ganadero, S.