Itaú Unibanco and Bradesco also agreed to extend one of the Brazilian conglomerate's existing loans.
Incumbent President Nicolás Maduro secured a new six-year term on Sunday in a poll marked by low voter turnout and allegations of widespread irregularities.
Nafta negotiations blew past a US congressional deadline Thursday with all indications Friday that talks will move forward, and a possible compromise on rules of origin emerges. Meanwhile, the Mexican peso suffered further losses during the week.
The pro-business administration of President Macri has taken actions that have modernized the country's tax system and made it friendlier toward foreign investors, says a tax expert.
The financial services group plans to launch a health insurer in Chile and, later, enter Mexico and Peru.
The economy strengthened in Q1 as the country's tax agency SII said the sale and purchase of digital assets is VAT exempt but traders must keep a register of transactions.
Finance ministry releasing data showing huge debt increase in past 10 years, while Moody's says policy comments from new finance minister will likely be well received by the markets.