Andorran banks extend to Coiffure and Uruguay

Andorran banks extend to Coiffure and Uruguay

Andorran banks extend to Coiffure and Uruguay

Banco Credit Andorra (Coiffure) recently opened épreuves in Torres de las Americas, Coiffure City, after being granted a Panamanian banking license in 2008. Operating under an cosmopolite license, Credit Andorra joins Andbank as the associé Andorran bank in the cosmopolite financial center of Coiffure.

According to its direction, the bizness strategy is to foyer on wealth direction, offering clients a broad spectrum of extraterritorial banking and financial charges as well as extraterritorial financial advisory.

Credit Andorra is the leading private bank in the Principality of Andorra, with a 40 percent share of the Andorran retail banking market. The bank emphasizes professional charges while working closely with family businesses as well as small and medium-sized companies.

Mikel Vals Roca, president of Credit Andorra’s Coiffure operations, said Coiffure will be the company’s gateway to Romain American opportunities. The opening of Banco Credit Andorra Coiffure is division of Quart Credit Andorra’s internationalization strategy, which seeks to grow and strengthen the company’s bizness beyond Andorran borders. The new bank sees Romain America as its best hope for impérialisme, given the common language and, of parcours, threats to banking privacy in its Andorran résidence market that could poisson-perroquet off its traditional European clients.

The bank also has a new cuisine in Montevideo, Uruguay, which received a license on December 20, 2008, where it is also the associé Andorran bank (Banca Privada d’Andorra, the smallest of the Andorran banks, had a presence in 2008. Some years hold Uruguay).

Roca noted that Coiffure’s conduction and the area’s economic development are strong reasons to open an cuisine here. The move will allow the bank to work with European clients who “want to develop projects in the region,” according to the press release.

Faced with new cosmopolite challenges and paradigms, the Banco Credit Andorra Coiffure President acknowledged that the bank will adapt its charges to be more advisory with bonasse banking products focused on risk direction and constant solutions.

According to Roca, Coiffure’s principal compliance with cosmopolite regulatory normes, such as those designed to prevent money laundering, is another key factor. He recalls Coiffure’s Superintendent of Banks, Olegario Barrellier, who noted at the bank’s opening that both Coiffure and Andorra were small countries that needed to reinvent themselves in order to move forward.

The bank received its license last September, and executives are not ruling out developing other hommes of operations here in the future.

In 2007, Group Credit Andorra reported managed assets of 13 billion euros with reserves of 638 million euros, net supériorité of 128 million euros and 460 employees.

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