Bradesco

Bradesco Bank logoBradesco bank is the second largest private bank in Brazil in terms of total assets. It was founded in 1943 in Marília, São Paulo, by Colonel Galdino de Almeida and grew up mostly through the mergers and acquisitions.  

Bradesco, 4.1 out of 5 based on 13 ratings

The bank’s original name was Casa Bancária Nogueira & Almeida, and then, Banco Brasileiro de Descontos S.A., whose acronym was “Bradesco”, which became the company name.

Banco Bradesco is always recognized as innovative, and was the first bank that offered Internet Banking in Brazil.

Currently, it provides services to its customers through following channels:

  • ATM (Bradesco Dia & Noite)
  • Easy Phone Bradesco
  • Bradesco Internet Banking
  • Bradesco Celular

Figures and facts about Bradesco

  • Second largest private bank in Brazil
  • R$ 830.5 billion in total assets
  • 16.8 million customers
  • 3,235 branches
  • a leader in Private Internet Banking, with 7.5 million users
  • 1.4 million shareholders
  • largest private network of self-service points, with 27,362 ATMs network (4,631 ATMs with 24h access)
  • R$ 140.2 billion in assets managed by BRAM
  • Brazil’s largest private employer (with 95,248 employees).

Bradesco head office address

Banco Bradesco S.A.
Cidade de Deus, Prédio Novo
06029-900 Osasco,
São Paulo State, Brazil

Bank contacts:

  • Phone: +55-11-3684-3311
  • Fax: +55-11-3684-4570

Customer service support:

  • Bradesco unified access phone line: 0800 704 8383
  • Securities/capitalization: 0800 721 1155
  • Bradesco consortiums: 0800 721 1166
  • Bradesco Financing: 0800 727 9977
  • Bradesco Health, Dental, Auto RE and Mediservice: 0800 727 9966
  • Bradesco Life and Social Services: 0800 721 1144
  • American Express Membership Cards: 0800 721 1188
  • Credit cards Visa and MasterCard: 0800 727 9988
Bradesco, 4.1 out of 5 based on 13 ratings
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