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Superintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras Chile

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Chilean banking regulator SBIF is a public institution responsible for regulating and overseeing banking and financial institutions that operate in the country. Formed in 1925 and linked to the country's finance ministry, it promotes the implementation of better practices in the industry, applies and interprets the laws and regulations that affect the sector, grants banking licenses and also monitors credit card issuers and operators. Its website provides access to legislation, decrees, resolutions and statistics related to the banking sector.

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