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Bankia recommends remote monitoring of the General Shareholders’ Meeting to be held in Valencia on 27 March

In a relevant information sent to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), the bank has indicated that it makes this recommendation based on prudence criteria “given the unforeseeable evolution of Covid-19 coronavirus disease”.

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By  Bankia Comunicación

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10 March 2020 - 21:15

  • Shareholders may follow the General Meeting on the bank’s web page (www.bankia.com), which contains full details on the channels and media made available to them.
  • Bankia adopts new measures with respect to Covid-19 and recommends teleworking in its central, corporate and territorial services based on prudence criteria.
  • The entity monitors its systems to ensure that online operations and customer service operate normally with all available means (physical branches, internet office, telephone service, ‘Connect with your Expert’, ATMs ...).

Bankia recommends that its shareholders use electronic media to follow the General Shareholders’ Meeting to be held on 27 March in Valencia, as well as to exercise their voting and information rights.

In a relevant information sent to the National Securities Market Commission (CNMV), the bank has indicated that it makes this recommendation based on prudence criteria “given the unforeseeable evolution of Covid-19 coronavirus disease”.

Bankia shareholders may follow the General Meeting on the bank’s web page (www.bankia.com), which contains full details on the channels and media made available to them.

However, in the event that shareholders wish to attend the Palacio de Congresos in Valencia in person, Bankia will adopt all health prevention measures recommended by the competent authorities.

Teleworking

Bankia, based on prudence criteria, active surveillance and care for people and following the recommendations of the health authorities, has implemented a series of measures with the aim of minimising the spread of Covid-19 coronavirus among its professionals, customers and suppliers.

The initiatives adopted are included in the Bankia Action and Prevention Protocol and are the result of the decisions taken by the Coronavirus Monitoring Committee of the financial institution. All these decisions are promptly communicated to employees.

Bankia has contingency plans to deal with situations of unavailability of professionals, regarding both branches and central services, with the aim of ensuring continuity of the bank’s activities.

The bank has established a series of recommendations to its central, corporate or territorial services professionals, including teleworking for groups that may perform their functions from their homes.

Additionally, and with the aim of facilitating family reconciliation of its people, making it more compatible with providing the service to customers as normally as possible, Bankia has adopted a series of measures aimed at both professionals at risk and those who perform their services at the work centres of the autonomous communities that have decreed the closure of schools.

These measures include, among others, paid leave of up to 15 days in the regions where classes have been cancelled and the option of not going to work or teleworking if possible for professionals at risk.

Likewise, it contemplates special measures with those professionals of the bank who, due to personal circumstances, must take extreme precautions to prevent contagion.

Last week, the Bankia Covid-19 Monitoring Committee also established travel limitations for all cases that are not considered essential or imperative, using alternative means through video calls, audios, etc.

In order to contain the spread of the virus, face-to-face meetings were also limited and the planned classroom training courses, as well as conventions or on-site events, were cancelled.

The entity permanently monitors its systems to ensure that online operations and customer service operate normally with all available means (physical branches, internet office, telephone service, ‘Connect with your Expert’, ATMs ...).

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