Banco Central de la República Argentina is a government institution that regulates financial institutions, holds and administers gold and foreign exchange reserves, and ensures smooth functioning of capital markets. Banco Central de la República Argentina is based in Buenos Aires, Costa Rica.
BCRA published Communication A 6667 to allow users—either clients or non-clients—to make time deposits at the bank that offers the best interest rate. This communication regulates digital channels and make these kinds of transactions simple and safe. The aim of this new regulation is to provide users with a wider range of choices so that they can bring their savings into the financial system, and broaden their experience and competitiveness.
Key Features and Coverage on RIMES
For this data source, RIMES hosts approximately 10 money markets, including bank deposited sums (Interest Rates on Time Deposits)