The Américo Amorim Group holds several stakes in various banks based in two different countries.

The Amorim Group has a strong tradition and a thirty year experience in launching operations in the Financial Sector having started this journey in 1981 as the founding shareholder of SPI (known today as BPI - "Banco Português de Investimento"). The Group, currently holds significant stakes in important Banking Institutions in the Iberian Peninsula and African Continent.

In August 2011 the Group launched Banco Único in Mozambique, an Universal Retail Bank with the purpose of being a banking reference in the country.

The Américo Amorim Group has recently become a shareholder of Banco Luso Brasileiro operating in the Brazilian market for more than 20 years, based on the historical  union bonds between Brazil and Portugal. In future, the Banks' commercial focus will be on the public transport sector.