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CMF announces Current Interest Rates to be released tomorrow

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June 14, 2019.- Starting this month, and after the Financial Market Commission (CMF) took over the attributions and powers of the Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions (SBIF), it is responsible for fulfilling the task assigned to the former SBIF by Law No. 18,010 on Money Credit Operations to determine and publish current interest rates on a monthly basis. Thus, the policy of transparency and timeliness in the delivery of this information to the community continues.

The Commission announces that the certificate corresponding to the Conventional Current and Maximum Interest Rates will be published tomorrow, June 15, in the Official Gazette. These rates will become effective upon that publication.

According to Law No. 18.010, the Commission must publish this information both on its website and in the Official Gazette during the first fortnight of each month.

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