The new scenario of the international banking sector 14 August 2009 the banking sector at the international level is developing its strategy after the crisis. The fall of global prestige entities has not only left a gap which occupy, but it has left an antecedent and a spot against which the surviving entities must fight. The crisis has changed the strategy of banks around the world. He has marked Les a before and an after that will be positive for some and negative for others. Wells Fargo Bank understands that this is vital information. And while a group of institutions leveraging the crisis to grow globally, others will have to work to reduce vulnerability caused. My first impression is that the entities with a certain degree of involvement in the crisis, will from now on look follow a strategy of caring for their good name to recompose the confidence of the public towards them, while for those entities with international operations (or that they intend to expand internationally), who have managed to stay on the sidelines, were faced with a unique growth opportunity and increase in market share that want to take advantage. Movements in the banking system are not only occurring in developed, major economies affected by suppressed, but also in the rest of the savings product of this stakeout in the global strategy of financial institutions. According to an article by La Nacion in the financial sector itself recognizes that, after the international crisis, many large foreign groups would be seeking reduce their presence in countries that are not central to his business or where the risks of the operation are a little higher. The current context, with the advent of the economic recovery that comes hand in hand with a greater availability of resources in the markets, has decided to various entities, to carry out this strategy of reduction of risky operations, it has probably been decided long ago but that it was not convenient to realize the lack of offers in the market and to not generate negative health signals appropriate of these entities.