Please contact the communications team for:
The companies that they adhere voluntarily to the initiative will be able to proceed to the payment of this provision with promptitude starting from on 3 April in good time to the usual date in which usually carries out. The fee-paying expected date for this month of April was on the 9th.Press Release
Customers can go to the nearest ATM if they need cash, without worrying about fees. This move will help to reduce travel and comply with the recommendations of the authorities regarding mobility.Press release
CECA wants to show its support for the economic measures approved today by the Government, which aim to minimize the impact that the coronavirus pandemic is causing on economic and business activity in Spain, and to lay the foundations for a rapid recovery.Press release
CECA and AEB review the Supreme Court ruling announced today.Press release
CECA and AEB review the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruling announced today.Press release
The Olympic swimmer took part in her first event as the Ambassador of Obra y Acción Social to present the Decalogue of Values of CECA's Obra Social (social projects).
Carbonell highlighted the fact that "the contribution to research and education of excellence is a strategic commitment, with more than 590 million euros invested over the last five years".Press release
CECA has signed an agreement today with Olympic swimmer Ona Carbonell to highlight the work being carried out by its companies in the area of Social Projects, with the aim of contributing to a more inclusive and equitable society.
In 2018, CECA-associated companies allocated more than 800 million euros to Obra y Acción Social, 1.6% more than the previous year, benefiting nearly 35 million people through the financing of more than 120,000 activities
Both companies have received the Finanzas para Todos (Finance for All) award for their achievements in developing Financial Education Plans.
CECA and Funcas were presented with the award at the 5th edition of Financial Education Day.
Funcas, CECA, and associated companies participate in Financial Education Day with an extensive programme of activities.Press release
At the meeting of the financial sector organised by Expansión and KPMG, CECA's CEO José María Méndez has defended the need to assess the overall impact of all regulatory measures put in place by the various European regulatory and supervisory authorities.
Nevertheless, CECA appeals to the need to implement the already adopted agreements.Press release
CECA and CEOE have signed a collaboration agreement today worth 45 billion euros to finance Spanish companies through a range of financial services solutions under preferential conditions. The aim is to contribute the creation and growth of companies, placing a special focus on financing innovation, entrepreneurship and internationalisation.Press release
Both companies will receive the "Finanzas para Todos" (Finances for Everyone) award on 7 October as part of Financial Education Day, for their development of the Financial Education Plan, which is holding its fourth annual edition this year
CECA and Funcas consider this award to be acknowledgement of the joint effort of their associate companiesPress Release
Despite the slowdown in economic growth, net interest income increased 0.6% in the period thanks to the retail business.
Sector companies maintain high solvency, with a CET1 ratio of 13.17%.
Experts from the financial sector, investors, business world, NGOs and authorities in Madrid addressed the challenges faced by banks in order to comply with the Principles of Responsible Banking.Press Release
The President of CECA and of the "la Caixa" Banking Foundation has been elected President at the WSBI Assembly which took place in New Delhi today.
His three-year term follows that of German Heinrich Haasis, who has been named Honorary President of WSBI after six years at the helm of the organisation.Press Release
The credit institutions will be able to move forward the payment of the provisions of unemployment in order to contribute to alleviate the consequences of the health crisis on the most vulnerable groups.