Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Banesco with 488 Shops with BanescoAqui Points

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Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Banesco with 488 Shops with BanescoAqui Points

5
Oct,2015

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In the BanescoAqui points clients and customers of Banesco and of the Community Banking can make withdrawals and deposits in their own and third-party accounts as well as consulting their bank balances and transactions.

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: Community Banking

Community Banking

In order to expand options for customers to make transactions quickly and safely, and contribute to the process of banking of the Venezuelan population, Banesco Banco Universal, under the leading of Juan Carlos Escotet, incorporated the BanescoAqui points into its support network. They are 488 shops located in 22 states of the country that act as correspondent banks. Thanks to that, the customers of the bank can make withdrawals, deposits and bank balances and transactions.

The BanescoAquí are retail shops that have allied to Banesco, and which will have electronic points where customers can perform basic financial transactions. Shops are properly identified with a warning stating “BanescoAqui“. As part of the alliance with Banesco, the shops’ owners receive guidance on managing the electronic point, in order to facilitate customers’ attention.

Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: BanescoAqui

BanescoAqui

The BanescoAqui points are distributed as follows:

  • 66 in Lara;
  • 69 in Federal District;
  • 61 Miranda;
  • 20 in Merida;
  • 58 in Carabobo;
  • 17 Vargas;
  • 15 in Trujillo;
  • 9 in Delta Amacuro;
  • 24 in Sparta;
  • 17 in Aragua;
  • Falcon 10;
  • 18 in Bolivar;
  • 9 in Yaracuy;
  • 11 in Portuguese;
  • 7 Monagas;
  • 33 in Zulia;
  • 11 in Cojedes;
  • 8 in Táchira;
  • 9 in Barinas;
  • 7 in Anzoategui;
  • 4 in Guarico;
  • 5 in the Federal Dependencies.

Nowadays, Banesco has an average of 32,000 transactions a month through its network of non-bank correspondents.

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