Banco Finantia, SA

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Business Focus
private and corporate banking

Banco Finantia is a Portuguese independent global bank with the key market niches in private banking and corporate and investment banking (CIB). Private banking activities of Banco Finantia are centered in the Iberian Peninsula while the CIB activities are focused in the Iberian Peninsula and Latin America as well as in Turkey, Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.

Services

private banking
corporate and investment banking

Area Served

PTPortugal
DEGermany

Products

investment funds
portfolio management
securities brokerage
insurance

Financials

Total Assets of Banco Finantia, SA
Net_income of Banco Finantia, SA
Total Assets (2018)
2,027.79 mln EUR  (+1.98%)
Net Income (2018)
38.57 mln EUR  (-8.70%)

In 2018 total assets of Banco Finantia, SA were 2 027,79 mln EUR. In 2018 the bank's net income was 38,57 mln EUR.

Deposit Guarantee

Protected Amount
up to 100,000 EUR
Guarantee Fund
Fundo de Garantia de Depósitos (FGD)
Covered Depositors
natural persons
legal entities
Covered Accounts
current accounts
savings accounts
time deposit accounts

Banco Finantia, SA participates in the deposit guarantee scheme of Portugal. This deposit guarantee scheme applies to current accounts, savings accounts, time deposit accounts made by natural persons, legal entities and covers up to up to 100,000 EUR per bank per depositor. Banco Finantia, SA is a member of Fundo de Garantia de Depósitos (FGD) and makes its contributions into it.

Contacts

R. General Firmino Miguel, 5 - 1º, 1600-100, Lisboa, Portugal

Banco Finantia, SA is headquartered in Lisboa.

Bank Identifiers

BIC (SWIFT)
BFIAPTPL
LEI
2138003Z5ZVN16GFYV70
Company Number
501897020
MFI ID
PT48

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