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Shinhan Bank Mexico

Banco Shinhan de México is a subsidiary of Shinhan Bank Korea. The history of Banco Shinhan de México begins in 2008 with our Representation Office and since that day, we have had the privilege of supporting high-potential companies nationwide.

Our objective is to satisfy the needs of our clients with the best financial experience.

Our history


The establishment of a representative office of Shinhan Bank is authorized by the CNVB


The CNBV gives the approval to incorporate as a multiple banking institution


CNBV authorizes the start of operations as a Multiple Banking Institution


Banco Shinhan de Mexico starts operations


Opening of Office in Monterrey. The SPEI service begins to operate


The Internet Banking Service begins to operate


The SPEI service begins to operate

Shinhan Bank Mexico ESG Activities


Shinhan helps you go to school

Children living on the streets can face a lack of food, education, and physical and mental violence. For this reason, it is very important to cover basic needs to keep them away from the risks they face from living or working on the streets.

Purpose of project: Provide financial support to buy and participate in needed activities for the selected foundation with employees’ volunteer activities and donations.
Activities: Shinhan Buy Stationery set (backpack, notebooks, pencils, eraser, etc.) for underprivileged 74 children and go to installation to support in any needed activity.

August & September 2023


Kids at risk in their biopsychosocial integrity

Contribute to the comprehensive restitution of the rights of girls and boys who are at risk in their biopsychosocial integrity, to achieve their incorporation into a full family and social life, through family reintegration or adoption.

Purpose of project: Provide shelter and comprehensive care service to children from 0 (zero) to 7 (seven) years old, who are in a state of exposure, abandonment or in a situation of risk in their biopsychosocial integrity and/or who have suffered physical and/or psychological abuse and/or sexual abuse and/or victim of some other crime, who do not suffer serious illness or physical or mental disability, to achieve their incorporation into a full family and social life.
Activities: Shinhan bought kitchen appliances to improve living conditions by improving their home and after the donation we go to the movies.

Shinhan give breakfast for needed people

According to the latest CONEVAL (National council for evaluation of social development policy) study, the percentage of Mexicans suffering from extreme poverty grew from 14% in 2018 to 17.2% in 2020. In addition, the number of Homeless people grew in 2 years from 17.3 to 21.9 million (26.58%). Moreover, in Mexico City, the district with the largest number of homeless is Cuauhtémoc with the 24.27% of total population of Mexico City. For this reason, these people need food and clothing.

Purpose of project: Provide food and warm clothes for homeless people.
Activities: Shinhan bought food and warm clothes for very poor people

Bank EGS Report

Shinhan Bank published the <2021-2022 ESG Report> to transparently disclose its sustainable ESG activities and performance.

This is the second report following the publication of the first ESG report by a commercial bank in Korea in December 2021 for communication with various stakeholders.

Since 2013, Shinhan has been the only bank to publish an environmental report, and in December 2021, the environmental report was expanded and reorganized to share ESG activities and performance across the bank.

In this report, the ESG Highlight was separately organized to clearly summarize the key performance of E, S.G, and the Climate Finance Report and Human Rights Report were included together to reflect the response to climate change and human rights issues, which have recently increased interest.

ESG Highlight:

This is a special page that clearly summarizes the bank’s ESG strategy, driving system, and key performances of E, S, and G.

Climate Finance Report:

An updated version of the Climate Finance Report that reflects the climate finance framework (ISO14097) and TCFD requirements for the first time in Korea in March 2022. of efforts to respond to climate change.

Human Rights Report:

In July 2022, Shinhan established a human rights management system for the first time as a commercial bank and conducted a third-party human rights impact assessment. Based on this, we also published a human rights report covering human rights management governance, human rights risk management, and human rights violation relief.

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Av. P.º de la Reforma 250, Juárez, Cuauhtémoc, 06600 Ciudad de México, CDMX
Contact Shinhan: (55) 6722-8000

Inquiry Condusef: 800 999 8080 y 55 53400999

Shinhan Bank de México

Banco Shinhan de México, S.A., Intitución de Banca Múltiple (“Shinhan México”), will never request sensitive information, such as personal information number (PIN), passwords, dynamic key (Token) or access code, among others.

For any of the products offered by Shinhan México by electronic means, for more information please call 5567 228000.

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