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Bankia is recognized by analysts and sustainability indices.

Non-financial information is becoming increasingly important to analysts and investors, as well as to regulators and the general public. It is therefore very important for them to know the assessment of Bankia’s environmental, social and governance performance, which is recognised through the bank’s inclusion in some of the world’s leading sustainability indices. Bankia is part of the Euronext Vigeo Eurozone 120 index, of the FTSE4Good, of the S&P Dow Jones Indices, is subjected annually to RobecoSam's analysis for the Dow Jones Sustainability Index and is valued each year by CDP in its performance against climate change.

Índice Euronext Vigeo Eurozona

In June 2019, Bankia joins the Euronext Vigeo Eurozone 120 Index, which recognises the bank's commitment to developing best practices in corporate governance, employment, contribution to economic development, human rights and the environment. To be part of this index, the analyst Vigeo Eiris evaluates up to 330 indicators to analyse Bankia's performance in the field of sustainability.


The FTSE4Good Index is an internationally recognised index, in which Bankia was included for the first time in 2016. It is designed to encourage investment in companies that manage their businesses in accordance with ESG (environmental, social and governance) criteria and are the most widely recognised for their sustainability (understood as Corporate Social Responsibility) at world level.

Bankia is part of the S&P Europe 350 ESG, which is part of a series of global indexes launched by S&P Dow Jones Indices. This index is made up of companies analyzed according to environmental, social and good governance analysis of the companies (ASG), their commercial activity and their compliance with the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC).

Bankia CDP climate change

Bankia was recognised in the CDP Europe Awards 2017, obtaining the highest score in the CDP Climate Change analysis, which assesses the participating companies’ performance in environmental and climate change matters. Only 112 companies in the world belong to the Climate A List, and Bankia is one of them.

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