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Extraordinary measures for remote participation and online attendance

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The Board of Directors, at its meeting held on 20 March 2020, has agreed a series of extraordinary measures to facilitate shareholders in remotely exercising their rights for the purposes of the General Meeting, adapting these to the exceptional circumstances of the situation that has arisen resulting from the Royal Decree on the State of Emergency.

Prior to the holding of the General Meeting, shareholders may submit their written requests for information and intervention up to 12 midnight on 26 March 2020, by post or courier service to the Services Offices of the General Meeting; or electronically via the Right to Information electronic service, up to the start of the Meeting. Shareholders that wish their intervention to be recorded in the minutes of the Meeting, should expressly request this.

Similarly, the measures to facilitate the participation of shareholders that have the right to attend the General Meeting prior to its holding include the extension of the deadline for submitting votes via remote communication methods, physical delivery of the Attendance, Proxy and Remote Voting Card up to 12 midnight on 26 March 2020 at any branch of the Bankia network or at the Services Offices of the General Meeting, or electronically via the Proxy and Remote Voting electronic service, up to the start of the Meeting.

Shareholders may also exercise their rights to intervention, information, proposal and voting during the Meeting itself by means of online attendance via the Proxy and Remote Voting Electronic service and the Right to Information electronic service.

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