Banco Popular North America
Banco Popular North America is a mid-sized bank headquartered in New York, NY. The bank operates 132 branches in 5 states (Florida, Illinois, New Jersey, New York and California). Banco Popular North America has deposits of $8.9 billion, and was established in January 1999.
This bank is FDIC insured - all deposits are protected for up to $250,000.
About Banco Popular North America
As a premier community bank, Banco Popular North America (BPNA) provides sound lending and financial opportunities to a diverse group of consumer and business customers across the United States.
First established in the United States in 1961, Banco Popular North America has for the past 48 years continued to grow its core banking services and today operates more than 100 branches across five states: New York, New Jersey, Illinois, California, and Florida. BPNA also markets online deposit accounts through its subsidiary E-LOAN, which also offers loan customers the option of being referred to a trusted consumer lending partner.
Banco Popular North America is part of Popular, Inc., a Nasdaq-listed [BPOP], full-service financial services provider in Puerto Rico with operations in Puerto Rico, the United States, the Caribbean, and Latin America.
As the leading financial institution in Puerto Rico, Popular operates 177 branches and holds the No. 1 market share in deposits. Popular also operates eight branches in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
The Corporation also continues to expand its expertise in technology through its processing subsidiary EVERTEC, which processed over 1.1 billion transactions in 2008 in the Caribbean and Latin America.
Popular has remain committed since it was founded in 1893 to meeting the needs of retail and business clients through innovation and fostering growth in the communities we serve. The foundations of Banco Popular North America and Banco Popular de Puerto Rico work with many non-profits and community groups in enhancing the social and economic well being of the communities where we operate.