Caixa headquarters in Brasilia  

Caixa Economica Federal

Caixa Econômica Federal (Federal Savings Bank, CEF or CAIXA) is a state-owned Brazilian bank established on January 12, 1861 by Emperor Dom Pedro II, nicknamed "Magnanimous". CAIXA is the third largest bank in Brazil by assets and one of the largest financial institutions in Latin America. It provides a wide range of financial products and services including current and savings accounts, salary accounts, personal and home loans, car loans, lines of credit, credit cards, investments, life and home insurance, auto insurance, asset management, online and phone banking and other services. With over 100,000 employees, it serves more than 86 million customers through 4,200 branches and service points, and over 31,000 ATMs (for example, Bank of America has 16,000 ATMs). The number of CAIXA’s debit and credit cards exceeded a base of 103 million. The company has representative offices in Caracas (Venezuela), Tokyo (Japan) and New Jersey (USA). Caixa Economica Federal serves not only its clients, but the whole Brazilian population through lotteries, urban infrastructure investments, and social programs payments. The company is the manager of most Brazilian lotteries, especially the most popular ones, such as Mega-Sena, Quina and Loteca. CAIXA has twelve directors, appointed by the Administration Counsel. As of March 31, 2017, Caixa Economica Federal had total assets of BRL 1.281 trillion (US$401 billion).

CAIXA credit ratings (June 2017)
Fitch: BB/B
Moody’s: Ba3/Not Prime
Standard & Poor's: BB/B

Head office address:
SBS Quadra 4, Lotes 3/ 4
Edificio Sede 21 Andar
Brasilia, DF
Phone number: 55 61 3206 9840