Calendar of all bank holidays for 2022 (Photo: Ministry of Finance).

Thousands of citizens are beginning to wonder about whether banks will open their doors -or not- to the public this Monday. This is due to the fact that although the Day of the Mexican Revolution falls on Sunday and being a date that is established as a national holiday, the obligatory day of rest in the country is traveled to Monday. That is, for November 21. Therefore, know if they will open the financial entities and when they will close for the remainder of the year in the following paragraphs.

According to the information provided by the National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV), which was also published in the Official Gazette of the Federation, one of the days on which banks must close their doors and suspend all their operations, will be this November 21, one of the holidays in the Aztec country.

Will the banks open on November 21 in Mexico?

Next Monday, November 21, banks must close their doors and suspend their operations. However, on Tuesday the 22nd, they will attend to all account holders as normal.

In the same way, banking services will continue their course through ATMs, the network of banking correspondents; as well as digital banking, electronic and telephone banking, which are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

What other days will attention be suspended in banks?

After the breaks in November, towards the end of the year only two more days are expected without work in banking institutions; They will be on December 12 and 25. It should be noted that some banks offer their services within commercial warehouses and supermarkets, which will open to the public at the times they have been working in recent weeks.

Calendar of all bank holidays for 2022 (Photo: Ministry of Finance).

Also, remember that the Law for the Transparency and Organization of Financial Services states that, in the event that the deadline for a payment corresponds to a non-business day, it may be made without any delay on the following business day.


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