Will banks open on September 15 and 16 in Mexico?

Mexico.- East September 15 and 16 Mexicans are celebrating for the celebration of the national holidays, since the Independence of Mexico is commemorated, so many wonder if banks will open their branches on these dates. Here we explain.

Will the banks open?

On Wednesday, September 15, 2021 the banks in Mexico They will open their branches and operate normally, so users can attend that day without any inconvenience.

As for Thursday, September 16, Independence Day, the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV) established that banks will not open their doors to the public that day.

It should be remembered that the CNBV published in the Official Gazette of the Federation (DOF) the days on which banks will close during 2021, and September 16 is part of the Holidays.

However, it will be possible to carry out banking services through ATMs, joint controllers, by telephone and in electronic and digital banking applications, which operate 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Banks will not open branches on September 16 for Independence Day. Photo: Cuartoscuro

For users with activities scheduled for September 16, they will be able to bank seamlessly the next business day, Friday, September 17.

Similarly, banks that offer their services within supermarkets and commercial stores will open to the public during their normal hours.

After September 16, there are at least four other dates when banks will close their doors in the remainder of 2021.

On November 2 and 15, which will fall on Tuesday and Monday, respectively, banking institutions will not operate due to the celebrations of the Day of the Dead (November 2) and the Mexican Revolution, which is celebrated on the 20th but will run until the 15th.

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While on Sunday, December 12, there will be no operations in banks in Mexico due to Bank Employee Day, and on December 25 for the traditional celebration of Christmas.

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