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About Banco de la República Oriental del Uruguay
State-owned Banco de la República Oriental del Uruguay, etablished in 1896, is the largest banking institution in Uruguay and operates as a commercial and development bank. It offers personal banking products and services such as checking and savings accounts, credit cards, time deposits, consumer loans, and mortgages. It also provides a a rang of other financial products, including leasing, treasury services, funding for working capital, asset management and foreign trade services for customers in small business, corporate and agribusiness banking market segments. The bank has foreign branches established in Sao Paulo, New York, and Buenos Aires.
Calle Cerrito 351
Jorge Andres Polgar Pisano |
|Annual report||Annual report 2018|
Banco de la República Oriental del Uruguay is state-owned by the Uruguayan Government.
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Voluntary initiativesBanco de la República Oriental del Uruguay has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Banco de la República Oriental del Uruguay does not have publicly availabe investment policies. The bank's webpage on corporate social responsibility can be accessed here.
Implementation and reporting
Banco de la República Oriental del Uruguay is reporting on the implementation here.