Banco Bradesco SA (BBDC3.SA)
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SAO PAULO, Oct 28 Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA reported higher-than-expected third-quarter recurring net income on Wednesday, despite a spike in loan-loss provisions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
SAO PAULO, Sept 21 Brazil's second-largest private-sector lender Banco Bradesco SA is considering a spinoff and listing of its broker unit Agora, Goldman Sachs' analysts said in a note to clients.
SAO PAULO, Sept 14 Brazil's second largest private-sector lender, Banco Bradesco SA, has launched a subsidiary named BITZ to offer individuals digital payment accounts, according to a securities filing on Monday.
SAO PAULO Brazil's second largest lender, Banco Bradesco SA , said on Friday it is considering a potential initial public offering of the card network Elo Servicos SA, in which it has a stake.
SAO PAULO, Aug 7 Brazil's second largest lender, Banco Bradesco SA, said on Friday it is considering a potential initial public offering of the card network Elo Servicos SA, in which it has a stake.
SAO PAULO, Aug 6 Banco do Brasil SA is in talks with Banco Bradesco SA about a potential division of the payments assets they jointly hold, Chief Executive Rubem Novaes told journalists on Thursday.
SAO PAULO, July 31 Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA plans to have employees work from home an average of one week per month permanently in order to save on rent and sell some real estate, Chief Executive Octavio de Lazari Junior said in an interview.
SAO PAULO, July 30 Brazil's Banco Bradesco SA set aside more than 3.8 billion reais ($732.8 million) for potential COVID-19-related loan losses and is tightening a grip on costs, as its chief executive says the economic outlook is still ambiguous.
SAO PAULO, May 15 Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA said on Friday it had started to test branch employees for COVID-19, the first part of a program planned for almost all of its nearly 100,000 employees.
SAO PAULO Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA is setting aside 2.7 billion reais ($506.1 million) for expected COVID 19-related loan losses and may provision more in the coming months amid what its chief executive called a more severe crisis than previous ones.