The first CajaVecina service network branch in the Araucania Region was set up in a ruka, a traditional mapuche house type at Trovolhue, a small town located in Carahue. The Ruka belongs to the Francisco Lázaro Marivil people, a consumers’ cooperative whose aim is to work for the wetlands conservation in their lands, and to promote tourism through the Mapuche culture.
The Global Banking Alliance for Women (GBA) presented BancoEstado with the Emergent Leader Award, for the range of initiatives developed to foster female financial empowerment.Read More
We strive to achieve BancoEstado’s S.M.A.R.T development pillar indicators: specific, measurable, achievable, relevant, and time-boundRead More
The program "Usa bien tu plata (Spend your money wisely) comprises a series of workshops and lectures at state and subsidized schools in Chile. More than 33,000 students in 750 schools have participated in these initiatives since 2015.
Over 47,000 inhabitants live in Castro, a city on the Isla Grande de Chiloé. Since 2011 until now, the CajaVecina network has increased from 0.23 to 1.54 service channels per thousand inhabitants.