Mexican banks listing
Barclays Mexico operates in the country as a subsidiary of the Barclays Capital, offering investment products and providing consultancy services on investing in funds, emerging markets and credit operations since 2006.
Being a part of the Dutch ING Group, ING Mexico is active in the country since 1995. Currently, it provides a wide range of services for businesses, including commercial lending and corporate finance advisory.
Inbursa Financial Group is a holding company that operates through its subsidiaries, providing banking and related financial services in Mexico.
Deutsche Bank Mexico
Deutsche Bank México is a subsidiary of the Deutsche Bank AG, the German-based global banking and financial services company.
Compartamos Banco is a microfinance bank in Mexico, active on insurance and credit markets. The bank was founded in 1990, currently serving more than 2.5 million clients in 352 branches in Mexico.
Bank of America Mexico
Bank of America Mexico has a long history in the country, established its local presence with a representative office in 1954.
BanRegio (or Banco Regional de Monterrey S.A.) was founded in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon, and started public operations as a banking institution on September 7, 1994.
Scotiabank Inverlat (or Grupo Financiero Scotiabank Inverlat) is a member of the Scotiabank Group, a global financial holding, headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
BanBajio (or Banco del Bajio) is one of the major banks in Mexico (ranked 8th by customers deposits and provided lending services).
Being one of the four largest banks in the country, HSBC Mexico maintains a network of 5,200 ATMs and 1,400 branches with extended service hours (9AM-5PM), serving customers nationwide.
Being part of Grupo Financiero Santander, a global financial group, Santander Mexico is represented in the country by a bank and several financial services companies.
BBVA Bancomer is a Mexican financial institution, that was founded in 1932 as Banco de Comercio.
Banamex (or Banco Nacional de Mexico) is owned by Citigroup and based in the Federal District of Mexico.
Banorte (or Banco Mercantil del Norte) is one of the largest Mexican financial groups, founded in 1899 as Banco Mercantil de Monterrey (as its headquarters was in the city of Monterrey, Nuevo Leon).
Founded in 2002, Banco Azteca is one of the largest banks in Mexico, part of Grupo Salinas. The bank provides financial services via network of 1,500 branches in Mexico, Panama, Honduras, El Salvador, Brazil and Peru.
IXE Banco is a Mexican retail bank, providing services mainly for high-income individuals, and offering a range of customized products targeted to the corporate market.