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Bankia has requested its credit ratings from Standard & Poor's, Fitch Ratings, DBRS and Scope.

Bankia currently has the following ratings assigned:

Issuer Ratings

Standard & Poor's  
Long-term BB+ BBB-  BBB (high)
Short-term B F3  R-1 (low)
Perspective Positive Stable  Stable
Date 05-04-2016 23-02-2016  08-07-2016
Latest rating action report 05-04-2016 23-02-2016  08-07-2016
Latest full rating report 25-04-2016  23-03-2016  19-07-2016

Rating History Issuer

Long Term Short Term Perspective Date
Standard & Poor's BB+ B Positive 05/04/2016
BB  Positive  02/12/2015 
BB B Stable 22/04/2015
BBB- F3 Stable 23/02/2016
BB+ B Positive 19/05/2015
BBB- F2 Negative 01/04/2015
BBB (high) R-1 (low) Stable 08/07/2016
Mortgage Covered Bonds Ratings

Standard & Poor's  
Rating A+ A  AA (high)  AAA
Perspective Stable Stable  ---  Stable
Date 03/11/2016 04-11-2016 23-09-2016  08-07-2016
Latest rating action report 03-11-2016  04-11-2016 23-09-2016  08-07-2016
Latest full rating report  03-11-2016 03-11-2015  08-11-2016   08-07-2016

Rating History Mortgage Covered Bonds

Rating Perspective Date
Standard & Poor's A+ Stable 03/11/2016
A+ Stable 15/01/2016
A+  Stable  13/10/2015 
A Stable 27/04/2015
A Negative 05/02/2015
A Stable 04/11/2016
Stable  05/08/2016 
A Stable 26/02/2016
A- Positive 16/09/2015
A- Stable 06/04/2015
AA (high) ---- 23/09/2016
AA (high) ---- 23/06/2016
AA ----  29/04/2016
AA ----  14/03/2016
AA  ----  21/01/2016
AA  ----  19/10/2015 
A (high) ---- 24/09/2015
A (high)  ----  06/08/2015 
A (high) ---- 26/03/2015
AAA Stable 08/07/2016

Rating agencies may review, suspend or withdraw credit ratings at any time.

Issues Ratings
Outstanding Issues Ratings List List

Meanings and comparisons of the ratings of the agencies

Long Term

Investment Grade
Meaning of Agency Ratings Standard & Poor's
Extremely strong capacity: minimal long-term susceptibility to adverse environment AAA AAA  AAA
Very strong capacity (upper): low long-term susceptibility to adverse environment AA+ AA+  AA (high)
AA AA  AA
AA- AA-  AA (low)
Strong capacity (upper medium): moderate long-term susceptibility to adverse environment A+ A+  A (high)
A A  A
A- A-  A (low)
Adequate capacity (medium): some long-term susceptibility to adverse environments BBB+ BBB+  BBB (high)
BBB BBB  BBB
BBB- BBB-  BBB (low)
Speculative Grade
Meaning of Agency Ratings Standard & Poor's
Questionable capacity: Uncertain long-term capacity and highly susceptible to adverse environments BB+ BB+  BB (high)
BB BB  BB
BB- BB-  BB (low)
Poor capacity: Weak long-term capacity and dependent upon favourable environment B+ B+  B (high)
B B  B
B- B-  B (low)
Very poor capacity: Very weak long-term capacity with high probability of default short term, dependent upon favourable environment CCC+ CCC+  CCC (high)
CCC CCC  CCC
CCC- CCC-  CCC (low)
High Risk
Meaning of Agency Ratings Standard & Poor's
Situation close to default: High probability [CC] or imminent signal [C] of default with some prospects for recovery. CC CC  CC
C  C
In default: Actual or announced default with little prospect for recovery.
[SD/RD] = Selective Default (*); [D] = In default (*) / [R] = Intervened by regulatory authority
SD / D { (R) RD  SD
D  D

Short Term

Investment Grade
Meaning of Agency Ratings Standard & Poor's
Extremely strong capacity: minimal susceptibility to environment A-1+ F1+
Strong capacity: little susceptibility to environment A-1 F1
Strong capacity: some susceptibility to environment A-2 F2
Adequate capacity: moderate susceptibility to environment A-3 F3
Adequate capacity: increased susceptibility to environment
Speculative Grade
Meaning of Agency Ratings Standard & Poor's
Situation close to default: (B, R-4)=Weak capacity with uncertain outlook very constrained by effects of environment; (C, R-5)= High imminent probability of default and dependent upon sustained favourable environment B B
C C
In default: Actual or announced default with little prospect for recovery.
[SD/RD] = Selective Default (*); [D] = In default (*) / [R] = Intervened by regulatory authority
SD / D { (R)

RD

D


Notes(*): The indicators 1, 2, 3, "+", "-", (high), (low) after a rating reflect the relative standing within the category. The number 1, the "+" sign or the word (high) represent the strongest position within a category, and the number 3, the "-" sign or the word (low) indicated the weakest position within the same category; Selective Default (default on certain obligations); In default (default on all obligations).

Source: Prepared by Bankia based on the information available on the agencies' websites

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