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List of Banks in Mexico

Find out the list of banks in Mexico below

Central bank

Banco de México

Mexican banks

Banca Mifel
Banco Autofin
Banco Amigo
Banca Afirme
Banco Multiva
Bansi S.A.
Banco Ahorro Famsa
Banco Monex
Banco Azteca
Banco del Bajio
Banco Inbursa
Banco Interacciones
Banco Invex
Banco Ve X +
Ixe Banco
Banco Compartamos
Banco Facil (Chedraui)
Banco BASE

Foreign-owned banks
BBVA Bancomer
Banamex Citibank
Banco Santander, formerly Banco Santander Serfin
Banco Volkswagen Mexico
Banco Wal-Mart de Mexico Adelante
HSBC Mexico
Mitsubishi Bank
Scotiabank Inverlat
ING Bank
UBS Bank

Development banks
Bancomext, SNC (Export – import bank)
Banjercito, SNC (Army)
Banobras, SNC (Subnational and project finance)
Bansefi, SNC
Financiera Rural (Agriculture)
Nafin, SNC
SHF, SNC (Mortgage)

Defunct banks
Banca Confia (failed); acquired by Citibank and now absorbed into Banamex
Banca Promex (begin as Banco de Zamora)
Banco Central Mexicano (failed, early XX century)
Banco del Centro (bought by Banorte)
Banco del Sureste
Banco Mexicano Somex (bought by Invermexico and became Banco Mexicano)
Banco Mexicano (bought by Banco Santander and became Banco Santander Mexicano); now part of Banco Santander
Banco Mercantil Mexicano (merged with Banco Nacional Mexicano to form Banco Nacional de México, 1884)
Banco Sofimex
Bancreser (later Bancrecer)
BBVA Probursa (merged with Bancomer and became BBVA Bancomer)
BITAL (taken over by HSBC)
Comermex (bought by Inverlat and became Comermex Inverlat)
Multibanco Mercantil de México
Prudential Bank (taken over by Actinver S. A.)
Multibanco Mercantil Probursa (later BBVA Probursa)
Crédito Méxicano
Banco Unión (failed and bought by Banorte)
Banco Nacional Mexicano (merged with Banco Mercantil Mexicano to form Banco Nacional de México, 1884)
Banco Internacional (bought by Prime and became BITAL)
Banco Hipotecario
Banco de Londres, México y Sudamerica (first Mexican bank, later Banca Serfin)
Banca Serfin (merged with Banco Santander Mexicano); absorbed into Banco SantanderSerfin
Banco del Atlántico (bought by BITAL, BITAL was later taken over by HSBC)
Banca Cremi (bought and became Banco Unión)