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MIAMI, Nov. 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- LatinFinance has announced the winners of its 2022 Banks of the Year Awards.

The Banks of the Year Awards celebrate the financial institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean that best demonstrated excellence in retail, commercial and investment services in the last year. The winners are determined by LatinFinance's editorial staff based on an exhaustive selection process.

The full list of winning institutions can be found in a special Banks of the Year supplement to LatinFinance magazine.

For more information about the selection process, visit www.latinfinance.com/banksoftheyear.

Winning transactions and institutions

Click a winning transaction or institution to read more about it.

Sustainable Finance Bank of the Year: Scotiabank

Digital Bank of the Year:  Scotiabank Chile

Digital Transformation of the Year:  Interbank

SME Bank of the Year: Banreservas

Multilateral Development Bank of the Year: Inter-American Development Bank

Wealth Management Bank of the Year: BTG Pactual

Bank of the Year – Latin America:  Santander

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Bank of the Year – Argentina:  Santander Argentina

Investment Bank of the Year – Argentina:  Citi

Bank of the Year – Bolivia:  Banco Mercantil Santa Cruz

Bank of the Year – Brazil:  Itaú Unibanco

Investment Bank of the Year – Brazil: BTG Pactual

Bank of the Year – Central America & Bank of the Year – Costa Rica: BAC Credomatic

Bank of the Year – Chile: Santander Chile

Investment Bank of the Year – Chile:  Scotiabank Chile

Bank of the Year – Colombia: Bancolombia

Investment Bank of the Year – Colombia:  Scotiabank Colombia

Bank of the Year – Dominican Republic: Banreservas

Bank of the Year – Ecuador:  Banco Pichincha (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_ecuador_pichincha.html)

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Bank of the Year – El Salvador:  Banco Cuscatlan (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_el_salvador_cuscatlan.html)

Bank of the Year – Guatemala: Banco Industrial (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_guatemala_industrial.html)

Bank of the Year – Honduras:  Banco Ficohsa (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_honduras_ficohsa.html)

Bank of the Year – Jamaica:  National Commercial Bank (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_jamaica_ncb.html)

Bank of the Year – Nicaragua: Banco LAFISE Bancentro (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/nicaragua_bank_lafise.html)

Bank of the Year – Mexico:  BBVA México (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_mexico_bbva.html)

Investment Bank of the Year – Mexico:  BBVA CIB (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/investment_bbva_cib_mexico.html)

Bank of the Year – Panama:  Banco General (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_panama_general.html)

Bank of the Year – Paraguay: Itaú Paraguay (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_paraguay_itau.html)

Bank of the Year – Peru: Banco de Crédito del Perú (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/bank_of_the_year_peru.html)

Investment Bank of the Year – Peru:  J.P. Morgan (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/investment_bank_peru_jpmorgan.html)

Bank of the Year – Trinidad & Tobago: Scotiabank TT (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/trinidad_tobago_scotiabank.html)

Bank of the Year – Uruguay:  Santander Uruguay (https://read.nxtbook.com/latinfinance/magazine/2023_q1/latam_ar_cl_uy_santander.html)

Upcoming award nominations

Sign up to be notified when nominations open for the 2023 Banks of the Year Awards, Deals of the Year Awards and Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards at www.latinfinance.com/awardalerts.

About LatinFinance

LatinFinance is the leading global platform providing intelligence on the financial markets and economies of Latin America and the Caribbean.

Drawing on 35 years of editorial excellence, its English-language publications deliver high-value information to an international readership of companies, governments, financiers and investors, while its events convene those communities for high-level networking forums focused on the dynamics of those markets, by geography and sector.

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