Produbanco, one of Ecuador’s top banks, has positioned itself as a leader in achieving two equally important goals: digital innovation and sustainability. Focused on both today and tomorrow, this dynamic bank is committed to meeting its customers’ current needs while ensuring that the bank of the future is better than the one of today.
Interview with Mr. Ricardo Cuesta Delgado, Chief Executive Officer, Banco de la Producción S.A. – Produbanco (Grupo Promerica)
Ecuador’s Produbanco is guided by the principle that its essence is its customers. Its commitment to fulfilling its mission of accompanying people and companies daily to overcome their limits, sharing their best experiences and consolidating long-term relationships is realised in its application of digital innovation. The bank seeks to go beyond merely fulfilling financial needs to providing memorable experiences. In our interview, CEO Ricardo Cuesta Delgado shared Produbanco’s latest advances.
Interview with Mr. Ricardo Cuesta Delgado, CEO of Banco de la Producción S.A. – Produbanco (Grupo Promerica)
Ecuador’s Banco de la Producción S.A. – Produbanco is guided by its belief that its “essence” is its customers, setting the bar for customer service in Latin American banking. In 2014, Produbanco began a digital transformation that has taken it to new heights of innovation in customer delivery. CEO Ricardo Cuesta Delgado describes in detail the great lengths to which the bank is going to serve its customers even better.
One of Ecuador’s leading banks, Produbanco, has refused to allow unfavourable national economic circumstances to get it down. By staying true to its customer-centred culture, the bank is successfully fulfilling its long-term strategies. CEO Ricardo Cuesta discusses how the bank’s commitment to pushing its objectives forward by utilizing technology, exploiting its own brand, honouring CSR goals has paid big dividends, and not just financial.
Today International Banker is joined by Ricardo Cuesta, CEO of Produbanco, to discuss the bank’s continued strong year-end performance and commitment to innovation in retail banking.
Ecuador’s economy has been in recession for more than a year, but banking leader Produbanco has not receded with it. In fact, the bank has consistently proceeded by staying focused on its strategic plan, and it is set to advance further as economic conditions improve for the Latin American country.