Member entities and Funcas have worked to provide an inclusive response through digital channels, once again demonstrating their flexibility and capacity to adapt to the new circumstances brought about by the pandemic. Discover all the details of the financial education activities undertaken by the CECA sector during 2020 in this video.
The contribution made by CECA entities during 2020 is proof of their firm commitment to society and the most vulnerable groups. Discover more about this in the new edition of CECA's Ahorro Magazine, a source of information where you can find current affairs articles, analysis of the financial sector, and the latest news from our entities and Social Welfare Projects.
CECA's member entities, in collaboration with their foundations, allocated €3.5 million to activities to promote and improve financial education in 2020. Of the total investment, €3.025 million came from the Funcas Educa Programme, promoted by CECA and Funcas for the third consecutive year.
Alberto Aza details the essential role to be played by banks in the plan to rebuild the national economy through the channelling of European funds. Thus, he highlights the role of banks as a buffer during the complex and unprecedented situation caused by the COVID-19 health crisis.
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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):