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List of banks in the Dominican Republic

This is a list of banks in Dominican Republic as of November 2010, published by the Bank Superintendency, including credit unions and other financial services companies that offer banking services and may be popularly referred to as "banks".

Contents

  • Central bank 1
  • Local Banks 2
  • Government-owned banks 3
  • Commercial banks 4
  • Foreign banks 5
  • Savings and Credit Banks 6
  • Savings and Loan Associations 7
  • Defunct or merged banks 8
  • Number of ATM 9
  • Bank penetration in Dominic Republic 10
  • External links 11

Central bank

Local Banks

  • The main local banks: Central Bank of the Dominican Republic,Banco Popular Dominicano and Banco del Progreso contribute more than 62 % market share.

Government-owned banks

Commercial banks

Foreign banks

Savings and Credit Banks

Savings and Loan Associations

Defunct or merged banks

Number of ATM

  • There are totally 2462 automated teller machine

Bank penetration in Dominic Republic

  • The bank penetration is approximately 33.7% and the main banks in DR are Banco Popular Dominicano, Banco de Reservas de la Republica Dominicana, Banco BHD.

External links

  • Bank Superintendency of the Domican Republic(Superintendencia de Bancos de la República Dominicana)
  • Central Bank of the Dominican Republic (Banco Central de la República Dominicana)
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