Bancamiga Exchange Desk registers upturn thanks to the trust of its clients

Bancamiga's Vice President of Treasury, María Esther Bastidas, invited the clients of the financial institution to take advantage of the tools, products and services that are part of the bank's portfolio

The Exchange Desk is a legal way to acquire foreign currency in the national market, with total confidence and security for clients, without intermediaries or surcharges.

During the transmission of the Conecta2 program, María Esther Bastidas, vice president of Treasury at Bancamiga, said that it is a financial mechanism with full legal support, where the rates of the Central Bank of Venezuela are used as a reference and in which it is only necessary to count with an account in foreign currency at the bank and make the request through

The financial institution has seen its Exchange Desk grow significantly, which began with 20 orders and currently exceeds 900 a day, a figure that reflects its boom.

He added that customers with Bancamiga Points of Sale have priority and, in this connection, he invited them to monetize their bolivars, take advantage of the early settlement (6:00 in the morning) and participate in the Exchange Table.

“It is important that the client with POS maintain adequate and immediate liquidity. All those who have our point of sale are a priority in the Exchange Desk and in this way we repay their trust in the institution, by having a wide range of our products.”

Any client of the institution can participate in the Exchange Table and the process is very simple through the web. The person can purchase from 10 dollars or euros by placing their order between 8:00 and 11:30 in the morning. Between 12:00 and 1:00 p.m. The transmission is made to the BCV and it is at that time that the BCV carries out the accommodation of the order books. The settlement occurs at 1:00 in the afternoon. When the Exchange Desk verifies and the price is not according to the market, the order is rejected, the client receives an email and can place his order that same day if it is from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

Bastidas recommended not placing orders for periods of more than two days, given the country’s accelerating inflation levels.

“Do not be afraid and have confidence in the national bank, one of the sectors of the economy under greater supervision. We must take advantage of the tools offered by the bank,” said the vice president of the Treasury.

With information from Bancamiga

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