Banco Popular

Valle Javier, Pedro
September 2005
Caribbean Business;9/29/2005, Vol. 33 Issue 38, pS32
The article focuses on Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, one of Puerto Rico's premier financial institutions. The bank is aiming to enter the construction-loan market. Popular Inc., Banco Popular's main subsidiary and the largest commercial bank in the island, offers individual and business clients a wide variety of financial products and services. Banco Popular is the premier Hispanic bank in the nation serving the California, Florida, Illinois, Texas, New York and New Jersey markets.


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