On 16 June we will celebrate the gala of the CECA Social Action and Financial Education Awards 2019-2020 to recognise the best initiatives in the different categories of these two areas.
Ona Carbonell, Olympic athlete, captain of the Spanish synchronised swimming team and CECA ambassador, and Javier Molina, journalist with El Confidencial, will present the awards.
Short stories from my window
The year 2020, the year of the Pandemic, also leaves behind stories of solidarity and resilience portrayed by anonymous heroes. Many
people have demonstrated team spirit and dedication from the very beginning of the pandemic: health workers, volunteers, security forces, hauliers, food and financial sector employees are among the most prominent, but we can find thousands of examples during this year of global crisis.
Since the start of the crisis caused by COVID-19, CECA's member entities have demonstrated their solidarity and have focused on helping their customers with initiatives to support those suffering the most
With labancafrentealcoronavirus.es, the Spanish Banking Association (AEB) and CECA are strengthening their commitment to public service during this pandemic.
The website includes a guide for self-employed people and SMEs seeking financial support and brings together all the measures that the sector has taken to help its customers throughout this crisis.
CECA is a banking association committed to promoting, defending, and representing its associated companies' interests, giving them advice, and cementing their social mission.
As a banking association, we divide our activity into four fundamental pillars: Institutional Representation, Economic and Regulatory Analysis, Social Investment and Labour Representation.
CECA associated credit institutions are characterised by the so-called 3Rs: Retail, Responsible, and Rooted (Rooted in the community):