Banorte Joins UN Campaign for Financial Inclusion of Refugees in Mexico

Grupo Financiero Banorte Chairman Carlos Hank González said this week the bank has joined a United Nations' program to provide digital bank account access to refugees in Mexico, opening more employment opportunities as they seek a new life in that country.

He said Banorte, the largest Mexican financial institution, is supporting the United Nations refugee agency, UNHCR, with a digital account outreach to assist refugees in engaging formally in the country's economy. That effort will help them find jobs along with other UNHCR services, such as education, training and housing searches.

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