SBIF

AcronymDefinition
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)
SBIFSmall Business Ideas Forum (www.smallbusinessbrief.com/forum)
SBIFSuction Blister Interstitial Fluid
SBIFSwiss Bond Index Foreign (mutual fund)
SBIFSmall Business Innovation Fund (Australia)
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In 2003, the Committee on Toxicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment (COT) published a report highlighting that no adverse affects have been noted in full-term infants fed on SBIF (COT, 2003).
The SBIF has no objection to the establishment of the proposed branch.
The SBIF also allows certain customers of financial institutions-those who demonstrate "habitual behavior" in the types and amounts of transactions they conduct-to be excluded from currency transaction reports filed with the UNIF.
In addition, under the Chilean General Banking Law, the SBIF has authority to request that Bank provide information to the SBIF concerning any of its parent holding companies.
In addition, subject to certain conditions, the SBIF may share information on Bank's operations with other supervisors, including the Board.
In addition, China, one of Chile's main trade partners, and Chile have signed a memorandum of understanding for cooperation on banking supervision, between Chile's SBIF banking regulator and its Chinese counterpart.
The SBIF Chilean banking regulator will approve the purchase if Scotiabank acquires at least two-thirds of the asset's shares, the report said.
The SBIF, considering that the merger process has been concluded, changes in loan market share and the solvency and management evaluation of Banco Santander Santiago done by the regulator, the SBIF decided to lower the total capital requirements or BIS ratio from 12% to 11%, starting January 1, 2005.
According to the latest figures published by the SBIF for the month of June 2004, Banco Santander Santiago was the largest bank in Chile in terms of loans and deposits.
According to the latest figures published by the SBIF for the month of December 2003, Santander Santiago was the largest bank in Chile in terms of loans and deposits.
According to the latest figures published by the SBIF for the month of September 2003, Santander Chile was the largest bank in Chile in terms of loans and deposits.