operates in Mexico, Panama, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru and Brazil and is already among the largest banks in Mexico in terms of coverage. With more than 6.8 million savings accounts—holding $45,441 million pesos in deposits, and 9 million credit accounts—representing a credit portfolio of $25,357 million pesos, Banco Azteca continues showing dynamic growth in every banking variable of significance.
In addition to consumer credit for goods, Banco Azteca offers personal loans, credit cards, as well as car loans, among other types of credit. Also, Banco Azteca offers payroll systems.
The strength of Banco Azteca is based in almost 60 years of credit experience at Grupo Elektra
, an unparalleled debt collection system, and state-of-the-art technology that supports solid management practices.
With more than 5.2 million savings accounts, Banco Azteca continues showing dynamic growth in every banking variable of significance. In addition to consumer credit for goods (Credimax) Banco Azteca offers credit cards
, personal loans
, as well as car loans
, among other types of credit. Through Empresario Azteca it offers small business loans. Additionally, Banco Azteca offers payrolls
systems, and as an agent for Procampo, a government agricultural financing program, the bank has reinforced its presence in rural areas.
The bank was criticized in a 2007 BusinessWeek
magazine article for abusing microcredit
practices in Mexico due to lax bankruptcy