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Last $131.43 USD
Change Today -0.47 / -0.36%
Volume 181.7K
As of 4:15 PM 08/3/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Calle Centenario 156

La Molina

Lima, 12

Peru

Phone: 51 1 313 2000

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Credicorp Ltd., through its subsidiaries, provides a range of financial, insurance and health services and products mainly throughout Peru and in certain other countries. The company’s five principal operating subsidiaries are Banco de Crédito del Perú (which, together with its consolidated subsidiaries, is referred to as BCP and includes wholesale and retail banking); Atlantic Security Bank (ASB), which the company holds through Atlantic Security Holding Corporation; El Pacífico-Peruano Suiza Compañía de Seguros y Reaseguros (which together with its consolidated subsidiaries, is referred to as Grupo Pacífico); Prima AFP; and Credicorp Capital Ltd. (Credicorp Capital) (which consolidates the companies of the company’s investment banking platform). Segments The company operates primarily through its four segments: Banking, Insurance, Pension Funds, and Investment Banking. Banking This segment principally focuses on commercial and consumer loans, credit facilities, deposits, current accounts and credit cards. The company conducts its banking business primarily through BCP, the largest full-service Peruvian commercial bank; and the company’s ASB private banking and asset management firm. The majority of the company’s banking business is carried out through BCP, which together with Empresa Financiera Edyficar S.A. (Edyficar) and Mibanco, Banco de la Microempresa S.A. (Mibanco). A portion of the company’s banking business is also carried out by ASB, which principally serves Peruvian private banking customers through offices in Panama. The company conducts banking activities in Bolivia through Banco de Crédito de Bolivia, a full service commercial bank. The company’s banking business is organized into wholesale banking activities, including its corporate and middle-market banking business segments, which are carried out by BCP’s Wholesale Banking Group (WBG); retail banking activities, including the company’s SME-Business, SME-Pyme, mortgage, consumer financing, credit card and wealth management, which are carried out by BCP’s Retail Banking & Wealth Management Group (RB&WM); treasury activities, including money market trades, foreign exchange trading, derivatives and proprietary trading; microlending, which is conducted through Edyficar and Mibanco; wholesale and retail banking activities in Bolivia; and private banking, asset management and proprietary investment activities, which the company performs through ASB, which is a Cayman Islands licensed bank. Insurance This segment conducts the company’s insurance business through Grupo Pacífico. The company’s subsidiary provides a range of insurance products. Grupo Pacífico focuses on three business areas, such as property and casualty insurance through Pacífico Seguros Generales, life and pension insurance through Pacífico Vida, and health care insurance through Pacífico EPS S.A., which also conducts private hospital operations. Grupo Pacífico, like other major Peruvian insurance companies, sells its products both directly and through independent brokers, agents, banking channels, and sponsors. Pension Funds This segment conducts all of its pension fund activities through its private pension fund administrator, Prima AFP. Investment Banking This segment’s strategic focus is the integration of Latin American markets. The creation of the MILA (Mercado Integrado Latinoamericano or Integrated Latin American Market -among Chile, Colombia and Peru) (by its Spanish initials), a Latin American integrated market shared among Chile, Colombia and Peru, has opened up opportunities to further integrate asset management, brokerage and corporate finance cross-border operations. The company’s investment banking business unit, Credicorp Capital, carries out its operations in the region through Credicorp Capital Perú S.A.A., Credicorp Capital Colombia S.A., and Inversiones IMT S.A., holding considerable market shares in the Peruvian, Colombian, and Chilean markets, respectively. Through these entities, the company performs operations in three business lines, such as asset management, sales and trading, and corporate finance. Asset Management: Through the

 

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