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Preparation: Caixa, BB, Bradesco, Itaú and Santander branches will be generally closed at the beginning of 2024

Preparation: Caixa, BB, Bradesco, Itaú and Santander branches will be generally closed at the beginning of 2024

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On Tuesday the 9th of this month, countless Brazilians should pay attention to news related to banks, such as Caixa, Bradesco, Itao and others.

This is because financial institutions will have – General closure of agencies at the beginning of 2024.

But calm down! Agencies From Caixa, Banco do Brasil, Bradesco, Itao and Santander It will be closed due to the carnival holiday.

As usual, there will be no service at bank branches during the Carnival holiday on February 12, 13 and 14.

“The decision follows Resolution No. 4880 dated December 23, 2020 issued by the National Monetary Council, which stipulates that Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays, as well as the carnival, are not considered working days for the purposes of banking operations.”Veerappan said.

but, Operations will generally be discontinued only face-to-face in branches.

This way customers can conduct banking transactions and use the bank application normally. ATMs are also open.

Usage bills (water, energy, telephone, etc.) and payments due on holidays can be paid, without additional fees, on the next business day.

According to information from G1, accounts usually come with dates adjusted according to the holiday calendar.

Street carnival in Belo Horizonte (Photo: Reproduction / Beto Eterovick / G1)

Santander confirmed on the official website that the branches will be closed on February 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14.

Therefore, on February 15, agencies will return to normal work after 12 noon.

At the time of publishing this post, other agencies such as Caixa, Banco do Brasil and Itaú have not spoken about operating hours after the Carnival holiday.

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Banco Santander - Photo: Internet
Banco Santander (Image: Reproduction/Internet)