Banco De La Nacion Argentina

Banco De La Nacion Argentina

Banco De La Nacion Argentina (or Bank of the Argentine Nation) is the biggest bank in Argentina with 627 branches. It also has branches in nine other countries including Bolivia, Brazil and Chile. It operates 1,613 ATMs and has 16,876 employees in Argentina and a further 229 in its overseas branches. It was founded in 1891 and is state-owned. It offers individual banking services including day-to-day accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, mortgages and investments. It also offers services to businesses, corporate clients, and the agricultural sector.

Their head office address is: Bartolomé Mitre 326, Buenos Aires, Argentina

They can be contacted by telephone: 0810-666-4444


Banco De La Nacion Argentina Services

Personal Banking

  • Savings Accounts
  • Current Accounts
  • Credit Cards
  • Payments
  • Loans
  • Mortgages
  • Investments
  • Insurance
  • Safes

Individual Investments

  • Financial Markets
  • Bonds
  • Shares
  • Mutual Funds

Banco De La Nacion Argentina Discussion

  • Q: Hi my name is Zak and I love in Australia. I would like to open a savings account and make regular deposits. I would like to know is it possible for this to be done from Australia? And, what type of account offers the highest interest rate? I am interested because in Australia the interest rate is only 3%, I have seen that in Argentina it is about 20%.

    Reply Zak from Australia
    • R: It's about 20% but only in local money

      Reply Solomon
  • Q: I want to put some Rs5,oo,ooo/- (INR) on fixed deposit. I want to know the interest rate and how this is cumulated for a period of three years. Thank you.

    Reply Thupul from India
  • Q: Hi , my name is giuseppe pucci , i am an (USA ) permanent resident , i would live to know if is possible for me open an saving account at your bank and get the benefict of the high interest annual rate

    Reply Giuseppe Pucci from San Diego, United States
  • Q: Could I take out a home mortgage loan through your bank as an american?

    Reply Brian from La Center, United States
    • R: hell no

      Reply BuckWheat