Bradesco confirms favoritism and acquires HSBC Brazil for US$ 5.2 Billion

Bradesco has confirmed its favoritism and, in the early hours of Monday, has formalized the acquisition of HSBC’s Brazilian operations, as highlighted by HSBC in its earnings report. The purchase was made for US$ 5.2 billion, or R$ 17.6 billion. The Brazilian central bank was notified last night of the transaction outcome. Thus, the amount to be paid by the national operation of the bank was well above the already rumored, US$ 4 billion. In recent weeks, the estimates for the business ranged between R$ 10 and R$ 12 billion.

Bradesco shares were down up to 3% on the São Paulo stock exchange today on the news.

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