Financial resources

Financial resources

Banks, exchange houses, accountants, and relative information.

Mendoza Province, Argentina



Espeche Podetti
Estudio Contable / Impositivo / Laboral 




Banco Credicoop
Financial Resources: Banco Credicoop


Banco de La Nación
Financial Resources: Banco de La Nación


Banco Francés
Financial Resources: Banco Francés


Banco Galicia
Financial Resources: Banco Galicia


Banco Supervielle
Financial Resources: Banco Supervielle





Cambio Santiago S.A.
Financial Resources: Cambio Santiago S.A.


Montemar Compañía Financiera S.A.
Financial Resources: Montemar Compañía Financiera S.A.



Cambio Santiago S.A.
Financial Resources: Cambio Santiago S.A.


Montemar Compañía Financiera S.A.
Financial Resources: Montemar Compañía Financiera S.A.


News and press release samplings relative to Financial Resources in Argentina:

Argentine winery owner pursues bond with China
Want China Times, June 28, 2015
"Our connection with China began over eight years ago, because of my curiosity and China's potential. We give Chinese classes in the school we have here (for the employees' children)..."

Emerging-Market Rout Seen Enduring on Low Real Rates
Bloomberg New, February 03, 2014
"...Argentina’s deposit rates are 4 percentage points below the annual inflation that opposition lawmakers reported..."

US dollar reaches new record in Argentina, 11.25 Pesos
Merco Press, January 16, 2014
"Likewise until the summer crops are in (March/April) there is no strong influx of export dollars to the Argentine Central bank..."

Wary of the peso, Argentines try a new form of payment
Financial Times, June 30, 2013
"Argentina gets a new payment method on Monday that, unlike the peso, can be swapped for much coveted dollars in a country where greenbacks are like..."

US dollar ends higher at 5.40 pesos; 'blue' dollar closes at 7.98 after slow reactivation
Buenos Aired Herald, July 1, 2013
"The US dollar rose one cent today at exchange offices reaching a selling price of 5.395 continuing its ascending tendency and..."

Bloomberg, June 26, 2013
"Foreign reserves have plunged 12.2 percent this year to $38 billion, the biggest decrease since 2002. The holdings are now at a six-year low and will equal just 25 percent of Argentina’s $142 billion of foreign debt by..."

Dollar rises to 5.35 pesos; BA stocks fall
Buenos Aires Herald, June 18, 2013
"The official dollar rate rose half a cent to AR$ 5,30 (buying prince) and AR$ 5,35 (selling price) at exchange offices and banks."

US dollar closes steady; black market paralyzed
Buenos Aires Herald, June 10, 2013
"Moreno held meetings last Friday with exchange offices representatives and asked them to hold the “blue” dollar between a six to seven pesos rate. Exchange brokers told reporters they preferred halting transactions..."

Argentina tax revenue surges to 77.75 bln pesos in May
Reuters, June 3, 2013
"...the record figure still came in below the median forecast of 79.80 billion pesos given by five local analysts polled by Reuters."

US dollar higher at 5.295 pesos; "blue" 20 cents lower
Buenos Aires Herald, June 3, 2013
"The parallel or so called "blue" dollar ended 20 cents lower at 8.60 pesos after ending at 8.80 last Friday amid a government strategy to lower its price through the bond market."

Foreign investment grew 27% in Argentina
Buenos Aires Herald, May 14, 2013
"The foreign direct investment results attest to the good current performance of the Latin American economy."

Official dollar up, ‘blue’ market ‘frozen’
Buenos Aires Herald, May 14, 2013
"Analysts say AFIP tax bureau controls were paralyzing "blue" dollar transactions. Last Thursday the black market dollar ended 42 cents lower..."

Argentina Tightens Securities Regulation as Peso Slides
Bloomberg News, March 22, 2013
"The measure is part of President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner’s efforts to bring dollars back to the country and curb capital flight as the peso is forecast to weaken..."

'Blue' dollar skyrockets to AR$8.75
Buenos Aires Herald, March 20, 2013
"Yesterday the "blue" dollar -born after the national government's restrictions to the purchase of any foreign acurrency imlemented almost two years ago- had climbed 19 cents as result of the announcements made on Monday by the AFIP tax bureau..."

Argentine Currency Controls Have Ripple Effect
ABC news, 09 January 2013
"Currency controls imposed by the Argentine government in November 2011 and tightened further last year have made it increasingly difficult for tourists like Gonzalez to gain access to foreign cash needed to travel..."


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