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Luis Alfredo Farache venezuelan banker

Just as Ackers had a long history in the world of Venezuelan banking until he managed to consolidate his idea of ​​a commercial bank, there is the Benacerraf family who for three generations have dedicated themselves to the banking business.

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The history of banking in Venezuela dates back to 1839 when the banker William Ackers established the first bank in Venezuela (with foreign capital), called British Colonial Bank, which was led by Leandro de Miranda, the son of the hero Francisco de Miranda.

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Just as Ackers had a long history in the world of Venezuelan banking until he managed to consolidate his idea of ​​a commercial bank, there is the Benacerraf family who for three generations have dedicated themselves to the banking business.

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In the mid-1940s, they created Banco Unión, together with Salvador Salvatierra. Where all the members of the family worked together until 1997. Then came the stage of the Fondo Común, a savings and loan entity that began to have relevance in the market. Under the leadership of the Benacerraf family, they began to merge with other banking entities, until they turned the Fondo Común, into a universal bank. In 2004 they sold it in a business opportunity presented to them, but they were only out of the banking market for a year and that is when they acquired 100% Banco.

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Luis Alfredo Farache Benacerraf,, is the Business and Marketing Director of 100% Banco, an entrepreneur who has dedicated more than 30 years to the financial world in Venezuela.

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When public or private institutions require advice on the stock market in order to obtain resources and partners to finance their long-term programs or projects, they turn to the banker Luis Alfredo Farache Benacerraf, who was the coordinator of the first experiences in Venezuela of the distribution of commercial papers and bonds, through banking networks.

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