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1883–1969 1969–1976 1976–1979 1979–1983 1983–1988 1988–1993
1883–1969 1969–1976 1976–1979 1979–1983 1983–1988 1988–1993
1993–1999 1999–2000 2000–2004 2004–2018 2018-2019 2019
1993–1999 1999–2000 2000–2004 2004–2018 2018-2019 2019

Banco Hipotecario

1883–1969

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Banco Hipotecario de Desarrollo

1969–1976

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Banco Hipotecario de Fomento Nacional

1976–1979

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In 1976 Banco Hipotecario de Desarrollo changed its name to Banco Hipotecario y de Fomento Nacional,[1] changing it again in 1980 to Banco Hipotecario de Fomento Nacional. [2]

1979–1983

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1983–1988

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Banco BHIF

1988–1993

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1993–1999

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BBV Banco BHIF

1999–2000

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In 1999, Banco BHIF was acquired by the Banco Bilbao Vizcaya.

BBVA Banco BHIF

2000–2004

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This logo and name were adopted after BBV acquired Banco Argentaria in Spain and forming BBVA.

BBVA (Chile)

2004–2018

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In 2004, the bank adopted the name BBVA as its public name. Different from other locations where the name of the bank was retained (like BBVA Francés or BBVA Continental), in Chile the bank adopted the BBVA logo without adding other names.

Scotiabank Azul

2018–2019

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In July of 2018, The Chile division of Scotiabank took control of BBVA Chile, renaming it as Scotiabank Azul (Azul meaning Blue, as a reference to BBVA Chile) until the merger of the two banks is completed[3]. This brand was only used on online systems, as their locations that were active prior to Scotiabank took control were transformed into the main Scotiabank brand.

2019

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This logo was adopted after the rebranding of Scotiabank. On November 4, 2019, the merging process was finished. Scotiabank Azul now is definitively defunct, and all its former customers are currently part of Scotiabank's Chile division[4].

References

Scotiabank Azul
(Formerly BBVA Chile)
Scotiabank (Chile)
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