Banco Nación lowered the rate for loans: who can access

Banco Nación lowered the rate for loans: who can access
Banco Nación lowered the rate for loans: who can access

With the improvement of some macroeconomic indices, banking entities improve their credit proposals for their clients. In this framework, the National Bank reduced by an average of 17% the interest rate of the credits for individuals, for a maximum period of 5 years.

Interest rates according to the client profile

According to official information, in the case of people who receive their salaries for the National Bankthe interest rate fixed fell 23 percentage points, since it went from 75% to 52%, with terms ranging from 12 months to 5 years.

Regarding retirees and pensioners, the entity ordered a reduction of 20 points in the financial cost, with which the interest rate It went from 70% to 50%, with a maximum term of 60 months.

The interest rate was reduced by an average of 17% for loans with a maximum term of five years.

For their part, the loans for the so-called “open portfolio” segment also benefited from a sharp reduction in the interest rate: from 119% they went to 69%, with a period ranging from 12 months to a maximum of 5 years.

Furthermore, the bank decreased the interest rate from 49% to 40% for the so-called “Non-CENDEU” segment, which are those who do not have cards and who could not access loans or creditsespecially in the last two years, which is the maximum amount of information displayed by the Debtors Center of the Central Bank.

Through this line, financial assistance of up to $10 million per client was granted, for a single term of 24 months.

How to manage a loan

The financial institution explained that, in relation to the loansthe different lines can be managed through the “BNA+” application, which has more than 11 million users.

“Our vocation is to lend to families again, improve the offer, adapt it to their demands and needs. This is the beginning of the transformation of the bank into a more competitive entity,” said the president of Banco Nación, Daniel Tillard.

 
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