Banco Ripley

Born in 2003, when Ripley wins license to operate a bank in Chile. Ripley Bank starts its operations as a bank dedicated to Ripley’s customers with products and exclusive interest rates for them.
The Bank has the same products that the classic division of Consumer Banking of Chile, such as consumer credit, mortgage, credit cards and mutual funds.
The Bank, although it is one that places less demands on their clients, has very few customers compared to banks Banco Falabella and Paris, which have a large number of customers and cuentacorrentistas.
In 2007 the bank has 54 branches throughout Chile and Peru is a subsidiary FINANCOR Ripley.

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