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What can an Ecuadorian banking group show the world about sustainable finance?


The New York Times highlights the initiatives of the sustainable and socially responsible management model of Banco Pichincha.

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Pichincha Group


Founded in Ecuador in 1906

Since its founding in Quito (Ecuador) in 1906, the Pichincha Group has been committed to the development of the countries in which it operates as well as that of the citizens there. It is a leader in the Ecuadorian market, where it is the largest banking institution, and it also operates in Peru, Colombia, Spain, Panama and Miami.

Committed to inclusion and diversity

Pichincha Group supports diversity and promotes inclusion as it designs the services that it offers its customers. It is flexible with regard to the changes demanded by a more global and competitive environment with the aim of creating value for its different target audiences.

Recognized by international organizations

In its constant attempt to foster a positive and fair impact on society, sustainability and corporate social responsibility have become the fundamental pillars of its business model. This commitment has led to recognition by different Latin American and European entities and organizations.

World presence


Banco Pichincha
España

Banco Pichincha
España

Address:
c/ Lagasca, 4 (Madrid)

Phone number: +34 91 593 00 00

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Banco Pichincha
Miami Agency

Banco Pichincha
Miami Agency

Address:
396 Alhambra Circle Penthouse 2
Coral Gables (Florida, EE.UU.)

Phone number: +1 305 372 3601

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Banco Pichincha
Panamá

Banco Pichincha
Panamá

Address:
Calle 50 con calle 55E, Edif. Torre Dresdner - Planta Baja (Ciudad de Panamá)

Phone number: +507 297 4500

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Banco Pichincha
Perú

Banco Pichincha
Perú

Address:
Av. Ricardo Palma, 278, distrito Miraflores (Lima)

Phone number: +51 1 6122000

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Banco Pichincha
Colombia

Banco Pichincha
Colombia

Address:
Avenida de las Américas, 42-81 (Bogotá)

Phone number: +57 1 8000 919918

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Banco Pichincha
Ecuador

Banco Pichincha
Ecuador

Address:
Av. Amazonas y Pereira (Quito)

Phone number: +593 2 2 999 999

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The Group in figures


Clients

Clients

Collaborators

Collaborators

Branch offices

Branch offices

Assets*

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Equity*

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Data from June 30, 2019
(*) in thousands of dollars

History


  1. 1906

    Banco del Pichincha C.A. is founded on April 11 in Quito (Ecuador)

  2. 1928

    Alberto Acosta Soberón is named general manager

  3. 1986

    The Pichincha Miami agency begins operations

  4. 1992

    Dr. Fidel Egas assumes the position of chairman of the board

  5. 1997

    Acquisition of Banco Financiero in Peru

  6. 1998

    Moody’s and Bankwatch confirm that the bank’s rating is the highest in Ecuador

  7. 2004

    Purchase of Inversora Pichincha in Colombia

  8. 2006

    Celebration of the first centennial

  9. 2007

    Representative office opened in Madrid

  10. 2008

    Banco Financiero increases its presence in Peru thanks to an alliance with Carsa household appliance stores

  11. 2010

    Banco Pichincha España is the first Latin American financial entity to receive a license to operate as a commercial bank in Europe

  12. 2011

    Colombia’s Inversora Pichincha becomes Banco Pichincha

  13. 2016

    Ecuador’s Pichincha Microfinanzas receives the prestigious "Smart Campaign" international certification for its consumer protection policies

  14. 2017

    Banco Pichincha Ecuador receives the Global Finance for the Future Award from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) as a result of its integration of social and environmental practices in credit risk analysis

  15. 2018

    Change of corporate image at the subsidiaries in Ecuador, Colombia, Spain and Peru. Banco Financiero becomes Banco Pichincha. Pibank, the commercial brand for Banco Pichincha España’s direct banking, is born.

  16. 2019

    Banco Pichincha Ecuador is one of the 30 entities to create the Principles for Responsible Banking spearheaded by the United Nations.

Social commitment


News


Banco Pichincha, one of the 30 founders of the United Nations’ Principles for Responsible Banking

The signatory banks committed to strategically aligning their business with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.
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Banco Pichincha began a transformation process to consolidate itself as a banking group with an international presence

The financial entity revamped its image on May 31, 2018, with the aim of integrating its subsidiaries in Ecuador, Colombia, Peru, Spain, Panama and Miami in order to consolidate as Grupo Bancario Latinamericano.
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