National Bank of Panama

Brief History

The National Bank of Panama (Banco Nacional de Panama) was created as an autonomous entity with its own capital by Law N°.74 of 13 June 1904 under the name of Banco Hipotecario y Prendario; modified by Law N°. 27 of 18 November 1906; by Law N°. 6 of 11 January 1911 (changing the name to Banco Nacional de Panama); by Law N°. 11 of 7 February 1956; by Law N°.20 of 22 April 1975 and Law N°. 4 of 18 January 2006. The last law N°. 4 of 18 January 2006. The Bank is a public entity with

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