Venezuela's unlisted state run development bank Banco Industrial de Venezuela was initially incorporated as a joint venture between the public and private sectors to foster industry and commerce. Subsequently, it was seized by the Venezuelan state and went on to be regarded as a financial pillar of Venezuela's import-substitution plan. The bank offers a range of commercial and personal banking products and services, including savings accounts, checking accounts, credit cards and investment, financing, fiduciary and foreign trade services.
Banco Industrial de Venezuela C.A.
3a Ave. de las Delicias de Sabana Grande, cruce con Av. Francisco Solano López, Torre Banco Industrial de Venezuela, Municipio Libertador, Caracas, Venezuela