BBVA Switzerland and BBVA Peru met up in Lima
Being close to customers while continuing to provide value beyond finance is one of BBVA‘s core commitments. Last week, the BBVA Switzerland and BBVA Peru teams held an executive breakfast at the Hilton Hotel in Miraflores to share their vision of the global economic outlook and the investment opportunities that exist in this turbulent environment.
Fernando Eguiluz, CEO of BBVA in Peru, referred to the financial performance of his entity which, despite international tensions and the current national situation, shows an unparalleled strength to face the future.
“It is clear that the soundness of the bank, its prestige and good name, its equity backing and the fact that it is a well-capitalized institution generate confidence in the market and among our customers,” he said.
The Zurich subsidiary team, with the presence of Alfonso Gómez, CEO of BBVA Switzerland, and Diego Balsa, as representative of the investment department, participated in this meeting, which gathered more than 230 attendees, showing their total compromise with all BBVA Group clients, regardless of their geography, with the aim of continuing to promote innovation and satisfying their needs.
Switzerland, an international finance center ideal for portfolio diversification
Many people around the world choose to place part of their savings in investments outside their home country, in order to diversify their holdings. That’s why they put part of their capital in international financial centers. Switzerland is one of them.