Source:Superintendencia de Instituciones del Sector Bancario (Sudeban)
Posted: Thursday, September 7, 2017
Most recent follow-up news item: January 15, 2021
The Venezuelan regulatory body for the banking sector, Sudeban (Superintendencia de Instituciones del Sector Bancario) has announced that Monday, September 11, 2017, would be a bank holiday in Venezuela, on account of the annual "Día de la Virgen de Coromoto, Patrona de Venezuela") annual bank holiday of Venezuela.
As usual (2017-08-12, 2017-07-20, 2017-06-30, 2017-05-26, 2017-01-01, 2016-12-06 and 2016-11-04), the aforementioned Monday, September 11, 2017, bank holiday in Venezuela, on account of the annual "Día de la Virgen de Coromoto"), is in line with the official list of the dates for the 2017 public holidays and banking holidays in Venezuela as announced last year by the Sudeban (2016-06-19) in conformity with the "Ley de Reforma Parcial de la Ley de Instituciones del Sector Bancario".
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