BBVA websites

BBVA is a Spanish-based bank with worldwide operations concentrated on its home market and the Americas. With a broad product offering, BBVA is focused on commercial banking. Services offered outside core markets include wholesale banking and asset management.

Argentina

BBVA Francés – In Latin America’s third largest economy, BBVA serves private customers, small and medium-sized enterprises and large corporations through a vast branch network. Group BBVA’s local bank BBVA Francés launched recently mobile banking services.– In Latin America’s third largest economy, BBVA serves private customers, small and medium-sized enterprises and large corporations through a vast branch network. Group BBVA’s local bank BBVA Francés launched recently mobile banking services.

Belgium

BBVA Belgique – Through its branch in Brussels, BBVA deals primarily with EU institutions and Latin American embassies and consulates. BBVA was one of the first Spanish banks to set up shop in Belgium, whose capital has over the years become a supranational hub.

Bolivia

BBVA Previsión AFP - In this resource-based economy, BBVA operates in asset management, where as the market leader, it has 2.3 billion dollars in assets under management.

Brazil

BBVA Brasil - In one of the world’s most vibrant economies and Latin America’s largest, Group BBVA’s representative office in São Paulo focuses on corporate and investment banking operations. One of the five BRIC countries, Brazil has recently experienced strong economic growth.

Chile

BBVA Chile - In one of South America’s most stable and prosperous countries, BBVA engages in commercial banking, corporate banking and asset management. Group BBVA also owns in the country AFP Provida, a pension fund manager.

Colombia

BBVA Colombia - In Latin America fourth largest economy, BBVA provides commercial and corporate banking services. Since Colombia’s main exports are coffee and other agricultural produce, BBVA’s product offering in the country includes tailor-made solutions for agribusinesses.

France

BBVA France - In this core European economy, BBVA provides commercial, corporate and investment banking services alongside asset management. Group BBVA’s presence in France dates back to 1902, when the opening of a branch in Paris marked the launch of BBVA’s international expansion.

Germany

BBVA Deutschland - In the world’s fourth largest economy by nominal GDP, BBVA provides corporate and investment banking services. From its offices in Frankfurt and Düsseldorf, BBVA serves clients in Germany, Austria, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Luxembourg and Scandinavia.

Hong Kong

BBVA Hong Kong - The Hong Kong branch, which was opened in 1985, combines Group BBVA’s global expertise with the locally developed knowledge of Asian markets for a broad offer of corporate banking, trade finance and structured products.

Italy

BBVA Finanzia - In Europe’s fourth largest economy by nominal GDP, Group BBVA provides commercial banking services, renting and insurance products. With a widespread network of branches across the country, the bank serves a growing number of private customers.

Mexico

BBVA Bancomer – Group BBVA’s bank in one of its main growth markets is the country’s largest by deposits. BBVA Bancomer offers commercial, corporate and investment banking services alongside wholesale banking and asset management. In addition, BBVA serves high net worth individuals through its private banking division.

Paraguay

BBVA Paraguay – In this booming economy, home to Ciudad del Este, the world’s third most important free trade zone, and where it started operations in 1961, Group BBVA offers commercial banking and corporate banking services.

Peru

BBVA Continental – In South America’s trade-oriented and fourth most populous country, BBVA Continental offers a full range of commercial and corporate banking services.

Portugal

BBVA Portugal - In this EU economy, BBVA offers a comprehensive array of financial services to both consumers and companies. BBVA is also a leading corporate bank in Portugal, where it counts more than 3,000 employees dedicated to business clients.

Spain

BBVA - In its home country, which is also the Eurozone’s fourth largest economy, Group BBVA has a fully-fledged offering of financial services, from consumer finance to investment banking and insurance products. Founded over 150 years ago, Group BBVA is one of Spain’s and the Eurozone’s leading financial institutions.

Switzerland

BBVA Suiza - Located in Zurich, the world’s premier private banking centre, BBVA Suiza provides wealth advisory and management services to high net worth individuals. BBVA Suiza is Group BBVA’s international private bank.

Turkey

Garanti - Group BBVA holds a strategic equity stake in Turkey’s largest bank by market value. Garanti offers commercial banking, insurance and asset management and benefits from Group BBVA’s experience in mortgage lending and commercial loans to small and medium-sized enterprises. Turkey is Europe’s fastest growing economy.

United Kingdom

BBVA London - In this core European economy, home to one of the world’s major financial centres, Group BBVA offers a broad range of financial services to consumers, small and medium-sized enterprises, large corporations, institutions and public bodies.

United States

BBVA Compass – BBVA Compass, Group BBVA’s US subsidiary and one of the largest US commercial banks by deposits, offers commercial banking, corporate banking and wealth management services across the Sun Belt, a region of strong population growth.

Uruguay

BBVA Uruguay - In one of South America’s most developed economies, Group BBVA provides commercial and corporate banking services to both domestic and international clients. Uruguay’s stable investment climate has promoted entrepreneurship and attracted foreign direct investment.

Venezuela

BBVA Banco Provincial – Banco Provincial, Group BBVA’s Venezuelan subsidiary and one of the leading financial institutions in the country, serves consumers and companies, particularly agribusiness, since agricultural products are one of the country’s main exports alongside oil and chemicals.

Page updated 20 November 2014