SBIFSuperintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras (Spanish: Superintendency of Banks and Financial Institutions; Chile)
SBIFSoy-Based Infant Formula (lactose intolerance)
SBIFSmall Business Investment Fund (various organizations)
SBIFSouth Bound Interface
SBIFSmall Business Ideas Forum (
SBIFSuction Blister Interstitial Fluid
SBIFSwiss Bond Index Foreign (mutual fund)
SBIFSmall Business Innovation Fund (Australia)
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(6) Definicion proporcionada por la Superintendencia de Bancos e Instituciones Financieras SBIF en su portal
As noted, the SBIF is the primary supervisor of Chilean banks, including BCI.
(25) For instance, for small loans (up to the equivalent of around $7,500), the spread over the annual MPR rose from an already huge 27 percentage points in 2007 to 33 points in 2009, while for larger loans (over $190,000), it increased from 2.6 to 4 percentage points (SBIF, 2014).
SBIF grant distribution North $11.2m 37% West $6.6 m 22% Northwest $4.5 m 15% South $3.6 m 12% Central $2.7 m 9% Southwest $1.6 m 5% Source: Chicago Department of Housing and Economic Development; analyzed by The Chicago Reporter.
The SBIF banking regulator will release the Chilean bank's official earnings report at the end of the month, Dow Jones noted in a related report.
Evidence suggests that infants fed soya-based infant formula (SBIF) from birth show normal and comparable growth patterns to those fed milk-based formulas (Lasekan et al, 1999).
Actualmente, siete bancos controlados desde el extranjero --encabezados por la espanola Santander Central Hispano-- dominan el sector con una participacion en el mercado de 45%, seguidos por ocho bancos bajo control local, el Banco del Estado, nueve sucursales de bancos extranjeros y una compania de finanzas (Latin America Monitor, 2004; EIU, 2004; SBIF, 2004).