The Bank of Portugal is an entity responsible for the prudential and market conduct supervision of the Portuguese financial system. Its website includes information about monetary policies, monitoring the money and foreign exchange markets, payment systems and research on the Portuguese economy and the Eurosystem.
The Bank Customer Portal, provided by the Bank of Portugal, is dedicated exclusively to the Client and provides specific information about financial products and services offered by various banks as well as the rights and duties of bank customers.
NYSE Euronext Lisbon is the managing authority for the Portuguese stock market, resulting from the merger of the Euronext (Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels and Lisbon) and the NYSE markets.
The Deposit Guarantee Fund is an entity that aims to guarantee the reimbursement to depositors, within certain limits and conditions, in the case of bankruptcy and/or the inability to pay on the part of the financial institution. The Client may obtain more information about this fund through the website indicated below.
Banco Carregosa joined the Portuguese Banking Association (APB) as a member in 2013. The APB, being the main organization representing the Portuguese banking sector, was created to develop this sector in a solid and sustainable way. The APB currently represents 22 banks.
Information about the Portuguese Republic and its history, as well as the activity of the President of the Republic.
Through the Government of Portugal website, it is possible to obtain detailed information about the composition of the current government, the work of the executive and regularly monitor the main decisions of the Council of Ministers.
The European Central Bank is the authority responsible for the monetary policies in the Euro zone. Its website provides information about the organization, the policies, the supervision and the markets of all of the countries whose currency is the Euro. Decisions made by the ECB may be relevant in a client’s decision making. The ECB is one of three entities which have been providing Portugal with financial aid since 2011.
The European Commission is an institution which represents and protects the interests of European Union Member Countries. The policies and decisions made by the Commission have an impact on the Portuguese economy, and consequently, may also have an impact on decisions made by our clients.
OMIP is a derivatives exchange, created bearing in mind the Iberian Electricity Market, with two branches – one in Lisbon, the other in Madrid. Banco Carregosa is a General Clearing Member of OMIClear, a clearing house for the Iberian market for electricity derivatives.