Synonyms for financieros or Related words with financieros

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Examples of "financieros"
In 1997 the shareholders of Banco Mercantil and the Consorcio Inversionista Mercantil y Agrícola (CIMA) constitute Mercantil Servicios Financieros (Mercantil) a financial services holding company headquartered in Venezuela.
Ponencia del Centro para la Nueva Economía ante la Comisión de Hacienda y Asuntos Financieros de la Cámara de Representantes del Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico
Maixé, J. C. (2005). "Cajas de ahorro y desarrollo regional. Aspectos diferenciales de los sistemas financieros gallego y asturiano." Papeles de Economía Española 105-6(254-273).
De Guindos was born in Madrid, Spain, on January 16, 1960. He is a Bachelor of Economics and Business at the Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros.
Prieto Ariza, Ana Maria. Ampliación del Acceso a los Servicios Financieros Mediante Corresponsales No Bancarios: La Experiencia de Brasil y Perú. Documento Asobancaria No. 3. Asociación Bancaria Y de Entidades Financieras de Colombia: Bogota. 2006
In 2007, Mercantil Servicios Financieros announces changes in its corporate identity, which established the use of the Mercantil brand name in all of its subsidiaries, both in Venezuela and abroad, as well as a change in its graphic identity.
Aguirre participated in creation of the Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos (College of Civil Engineers), of which he was the first president, and the Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (University College of Financial Studies) (CUNEF).
In 2013, Mercantil Servicios Financieros continuing with its international expansion strategy extended the range of services in the Panamanian market through the beginning of operations of Mercantil Capital Markets (Panamá) and Mercantil Seguros Panamá, S.A.
Comín, F. and Torres, E. (2005). "La confederación española de cajas de ahorro y el desarrollo de la red de servicios financieros de las cajas en el siglo XX." Papeles de Economía Española 105-106: 48-65.
When the index was launched on 28 August 1997, it comprised 15 companies: Cantv, Fondo de Valores Inmobiliarios, H.L. Boulton, Corimon, Manpa, Mercantil Servicios Financieros, Electricidad de Caracas, Banco Provincial, Venepal, Mantex, Sudamtex, Sivensa, Vencemos, Mavesa, and Banco Venezolano de Crédito.
Mercantil has been ranked as one of the world´s biggest 2,000 public companies according to Forbes magazine´s (2015) at 648 place. The Banker magazine included Mercantil Servicios Financieros among the Top 1,000 world´s financial institutions, according to the list published in July 2015. Mercantil rose 50 places in comparison with 2014, to rank 210th.
Her experience at the national level prior to joining the United Nations includes positions as National Treasurer of Mexico; Chief Financial Officer, Banco Nacional de Servicios Financieros; Deputy General Director, Banking Sector, Ministry of Finance; and Deputy Vice-President, National Banking Commission in Mexico. She began her career in academia and headed the School of Accounting and Administration, Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México.
He currently works as a professor at CEMFI ("Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros", "Center for Monetary and Financial Studies"), and collaborates with Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), with the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI) and with the Editorial Board of the "Review of Finance".
Born to an Algerian-Belgian father Youssef Agag, who was a banker, and a Spanish mother, Agag enjoyed an international upbringing in Madrid, Paris and New York. Agag graduated with a degree in Economics and Business studies from the Colegio Universitario de Estudios Financieros (CUNEF) in Madrid and is fluent in four languages, Spanish, English, French and Italian.
In 2005, Commercebank expanded in United States of America with the opening of its first full-service banking center in Houston City. In 2006 it acquired Florida Savings Bank, an institution that operated in South Florida. In that year, Mercantil Servicios Financieros included Class A shares in its "American Depositary Receipts" (ADRs) program.
Vollmer was the patriarch of the Vollmer clan in Venezuela, the country's oldest business dynasty. Although extremely low profile, the Vollmer family maintains an active management role handling the operations of the Santa Teresa Rum company located in El Consejo, Aragua, as well as Grupo Palmar, a vast sugar cane refinery, mill and plantation the family owns in neighboring San Mateo, Aragua. The Vollmer family also leads and controls Mercantil Servicios Financieros, the country's leading financial services institution.
Vice President of Enersis (2013-2015); Chairman of Mediobanca for Iberia and Latin America (2007-2014); Director of Endesa and Endesa Chile (2007-2009); Vice President of Lazard Asesores Financieros, S.A. (1999 and 2007); Director of Rothschild Spain (1995-1999); Vice President of UBS Spain (1989-1994); Chairman of Almagro Asesoramiento e Inversiones, S.A.; and Fomento de Comercio Exterior (Spanish Foreign Trade Agency) from 1980 to 1988.
His professional record comprises central bank decision-making and private sector responsibilities, academic experience and advisory positions. In 1988 he was appointed Professor of Economics at UCM. In addition, he has taught advanced courses in economic analysis of public policies at the Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros in Madrid and at other research centres. From September 2012 he is a Professor at IESE Business School.
Today, Mercantil Servicios Financieros’ main subsidiaries are: Mercantil Banco Universal, Mercantil Seguros and Mercantil Merinvest in Venezuela; Mercantil Commercebank, N.A., Mercantil Commercebank Investment Services and Mercantil Commercebank Trust Company in the United States of America; Mercantil Bank (Panamá), Mercantil Seguros Panamá and Mercantil Capital Markets (Panamá) in Panama; Mercantil Bank (Schweiz) in Switzerland; Mercantil Bank (Curaçao) in Curaçao and Mercantil Inversiones y Valores in Venezuela, a holding for other support subsidiaries.
The Kemmerer Financial Mission (Comisión de Expertos Financieros) arrived in 1926, and its report was the basis for the monetary reform of March 4, 1927, which created "El Banco Central del Ecuador" and put the sucre on the gold exchange standard, with devaluation (58.8%) to 300.933 mg Au (equivalent to US$0.20). The new cóndor was 8.35925 g 900 fine, valued at 25 sucres (equivalent to the US half eagle). Banco Central's statutes were approved June 3, it was formally inaugurated August 10, and it began operations October 1. Ecuadorian gold was recoined at Birmingham, silver at Philadelphia.