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Spanish companies earn a pass in digital competitiveness but could do better
27 March 2017
Spanish companies obtain a pass in digital competitiveness but have ample room for improvement, considering that they score an average of five out of ten, according to the “2016 Bankia Índicex Report: The digitisation of companies in Spain”.
Bankia attracted 172,293 salaries in 2016 after eliminating its fees
23 January 2017
In 2016 Bankia increased the number of customers that automatically pay their income into the bank by 172,293, following its announcement on 11 January 2016 that it would eliminate all fees for customers that pay their salary or pension into their accounts.
Bankia rolls out free tool that calculates market price of any home in Spain
18 January 2017
Bankia has launched a free tool that allows customers and non-customers alike to learn the market price of any home in Spain and obtain a detailed report on the main characteristics of the dwelling and its surrounding area. Developed in tandem with Idealista, the application is hosted on the Bankia website and is free of charge. It can be used an unlimited number of times.
Bankia launches the “No Fees Mortgage”
11 January 2017
Bankia today launched the “No Fees Mortgage”, which eliminates all of the charges associated with this type of loan for customers that automatically pay in their salaries or pensions. Furthermore, customers will not be required to take out any additional products with the bank to benefit from these conditions.
In the year to November, Bankia’s support for companies’ foreign trade operations reached 9,000 million, an increase of 14%
28 December 2016
During the first eleven months of the year Bankia granted 9,000 million euros of funding to support the foreign trade activities of Spanish companies. This figure represents year-on-year growth of 14%.
Bankia and EIB sign agreement to lend an aggregate of €500 million to SMEs and the self-employed
20 December 2016
The European Investment Bank (EIB) and Bankia have signed an agreement that will allow some 500 million euros in credit to be extended to SMEs and the self-employed. Through this EIB SMEs Midcaps credit line, the EIB will contribute 250 million euros that will be matched by Bankia with a further 250 million euros.
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