Davivienda Profile

Davivienda creates experiences that enhance life and that enrichen it with integrity. The bank develops business models that generate prosperity and well-being for individuals, families, communities and society.

About Davivienda

Davivienda believes in a financial world that simplifies the life of individuals, communities, businesses and cities. With more than 17,000 staff in Colombia and  other countries in the region, Davivienda provides financial solutions to more than 16 million customers through its network of 668 branches and nearly 2,700 ATMs, 

As the second largest bank in Colombia based on lending portfolio, Davivienda has a deep commitment of improving financial inclusion and creating a sustainable world. The bank has been recognized as one of the 35 most sustainable banks in the world, and listed for the sixth consecutive year in the Emerging Markets category of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index (DJSI).

The Program

Serving more than 7 million women customers, Davivienda has developed a number of initiatives to help support Colombian women. Through DaviPlata, the country’s first mobile solution, 11 million Colombians, 60% of which are women, have accessed financial services from their cell phones, many for the first time, at no cost. subsidy payments from the government directly on their cell phone, avoiding travel and allowing the beneficiaries to have free access to a financial offer.  In 2020, Davivienda announced the issuance of a US$100 million gender bond, the first social bond with a gender focus  incentives linked to objectives, structured by IDB Invest. Through this commitment and beyond, Davivienda is  strategies that allow women inclusive access to financial products and services.



Women at Davivienda

54% of Davivienda’s customer base is women

62% of the bank’s staff is women 

56% of senior managers are women



The Opportunity in Colombia


of women in Colombia do not have   access to a bank account (Global Findex)


gender gap in access to financial services between men and women (Banca de las Oportunidades)


of businesses’ legal representatives are women. (DANE)

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