Mexico, Dec. 22 (Notimex).- On Monday, December 25, the banking institutions and the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV, for its acronym in Spanish) will suspend operations on the occasion of the Christmas holiday.
The Association of Banks of Mexico (ABM, for its acronym in Spanish) reported that the cessation of banking activities is carried out in accordance with the general provision of the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV, for its acronym in Spanish) that establishes non-business days in the financial sector.
In turn, it reminded the general public that branches that offer services within commercial stores and supermarkets will open in traditional hours, despite being a holiday.
In addition, customers of the banking sector have 365 days a year of Banking by Telephone and Internet services, as well as a network of more than 50,000 ATMs.
The ABM noted that according to the Law for Transparency and Ordering of Financial Services (LTOSF, for its acronym in Spanish), in case the deadline for a payment corresponds to a non-business day, the payment may be made the next business day.