Itaú is the largest Latin American bank and one of the largest banks¹
on the planet, with approximately 96,000 employees and operations in
20 countries throughout the Americas, Asia and Europe. In Brazil,
we have nearly 5,000 full-service branches and 28,000 ATMs
We are a universal bank with a range of services and products serving
the most varied client profile – both individuals and companies of all sizes,
from major transnational groups to local micro-entrepreneurs.
Our strategy is shaped by our vision, which is: To be the leading bank in
sustainable performance and customer satisfaction. For Itaú, sustainable
performance means to create shared value for employees, customers,
shareholders and society, to ensure the longevity of the business.
We are recognized for our governance practices and our
management, which is focused on the generation of economic,
social and environmental value.
With shares trading on the São Paulo (BM&FBovespa), Buenos Aires
and New York stock exchanges, our company has been a component of the
Dow Jones Sustainability World Index portfolio for the past 14 years.
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Itaú Unibanco recruits top talent in leading MBA programs
Itaú Unibanco has kicked off our 2014 MBA Recruiting campaign at the world's leading universities. The bank conducted company presentations at universities in the United States and Europe, aiming to attract talented professionals aligned with "our way of making it happen" and are ready to think creatively. To apply and get more information about the program please
Itaú Unibanco improves credit quality and closes 2013 with recurring net income of R$15.8 billion
Itaú Unibanco closed 2013 with recurring net income of R$15.8 billion, a 12.8% increase in relation to the previous year. The annualized return on average equity was 20.9%. This performance is directly related to the improvement in credit quality, as a result of higher selectivity in granting loans and higher growth in lower risk products, and to the focus on the larger offer of added-value services to customers and on cost control.