Synonyms for banamex or Related words with banamex
Examples of "banamex"
In 1965, the building was purchased and restored by the National Bank of Mexico. In 1972, it became the home of the
Cultural Foundation (Fomento Cultural
Molina also was part owner of Grupo Financiero
when it was privatized by the Salinas administration.
is now owned by Citibank.
On August 6, 2001, Citigroup Inc. acquired Grupo Financiero
-Accival for US$12.5 billion, which became Grupo Financiero
. This was the largest-ever U.S.-Mexico corporate merger. Grupo Financiero Banamex's operations were integrated with Citibank's relatively small existing Mexico business under the
2016 September, ZsONAMACO FOTO, Centro
, Mexico City, Mexico
S.A. de C.V. has its origins and is the owner of the Banco Nacional de México or Citibanamex (formerly
). It is Mexico's second largest bank behind BBVA Bancomer. The
Financial Group was purchased by Citigroup in August 2001 for $12.5 billion USD. It continues to operate as a Citigroup subsidiary.
In the midst of a severe economic crisis (1982), President José López Portillo announced a major devaluation of the peso and nationalized all private banks in Mexico. For the next nine years
operated as a government owned national credit association. In 1991,
was reprivatized and it established Grupo Financiero
–Accival with the investment bank Acciones y Valores de México (Accival).
The following are subsidiaries of Grupo Financiero
gradually introduced several financial product innovations to the Mexican market including savings accounts (in 1929), personal credit lines (in 1958), credit cards (in 1968), and ATM banking (in 1972). In 1981,
acquired the California Commerce Bank.
In 2001, the Fomento Cultural
named him a “grand master.””
The couple were named "grand masters" by the Fomento Cultural
Canales, Fernanda: "Arquitectura en México 1900-2010". Bilingual edition, 2 vols. Arquine/
, México 2014.
Their work has been recognized by being named “grand masters” by the Fomento Cultural
In 2001, Gómez Ponce was listed as a "great master" by the Fomento Cultural
In 2001, she was named a “grand master” by the Fomento Cultural
Narco News published a series of articles relating to the operation of
, one of the largest banks in Mexico, and revealed a pattern of illegal and narcotics-related activity by those at the bank.
filed suit charging that they "have maliciously smeared
with accusations that, among other things, it is controlled and operated by narcotics traffickers and has engaged in illegal activity."
Many financial institutions are on Avenida Vicente Guerrero for example: HSBC, Banco Santander, BBVA Bancomer and
The show was moved again in 2002 to the Centro
convention center at the Hipódromo de las Américas racecourse.
Her work can be found in the collections of
, the Museo de Arte de Sinaloa and the Guadalajara Regional Museum. It has also been reproduced in publications such as Collección de arte de
, Diccionario biográfico de la pintura mexicana and in the magazines "Casa del Tiempo" (UAM) and "Cuadernos de Comunicación".
Born in Mexico City, Harp is most famous for being the former owner of the biggest Latin American and Mexican bank,
(now part of Citigroup), and was a billion-dollar beneficiary of Citigroup's 2001 buyout of
. He is also owner of the telecommunication company, Avantel, the second largest telephone company in Mexico (now part of Axtel).
The two have won awards for their work including those in the state of Michoacán, and the Premio Fomento Cultural
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