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The Bank is the only one offering pre-approved loans to homeowner associations through IESA, a leading provider of technology services to property administrators with a customer base of 600,000 homeowner associations and 21 million homes
The loans will be available for different types of renovation works, such as energy efficiency improvements, adaptations to deliver greater accessibility and the installation of lifts, and will mean that associations can avoid imposing immediate surcharges on homeowners.
The fourth ‘bankintercard’ Report shows how large e-commerce platforms have capitalised on and expanded certain circumstantial events to turn them into worldwide business milestones in very few years.
‘Singles’ Day’ (also known as ‘11.11’) is taking off in Spain, a port of entry for consumer trends in Europe, as part of an initiative that pushing Christmas shopping even earlier and driving singles and non-singles alike to treat themselves.
On the rise in Spain and boosting consumption, singles spend the most, in relative terms, with credit card (in 2018, 2,650 euros a year per person on average), and have increased their spending the fastest (+11.6%) from 2016 to 2018.
The professors and researchers, José Luis Retolaza and Leire San José, received this award for their academic contribution to the field of corporate ethics, a priority in corporate social responsibility.
According to the judges, 43 studies ‘of the highest quality’ were submitted, of which 10 were finalists.
Clara Gallego Sosa, Milagros Gutiérrez Fernández and Yakira Fernández Torres, of the University of Extremadura, win the Fifth Business Ethics Research Awards for: “Commitment to sustainability in the large European banking sector and its relationship with gender diversity in management - a perspective from the 2030 Agenda.”
The winning work takes an international approach in analysing the role of female managers and progress with the pillars of the SDGs in 50 European banks.
This well established award is now in its fifth year and attracted over 250 research papers from international authors.
D. José Félix Gonzalo Camarero, de la Universidad del País Vasco, recibe el galardón por un trabajo de investigación titulado: “Análisis y control del riesgo moral: Modelo de Cumplimiento Moral (MCM)”.
El premio se consolida con un mayor número de trabajos presentados y con creciente internacionalización.
La nueva estrategia se basa en servicios de asesoramiento, gestión de activos, nuevos productos y servicios especializados, y está orientada a impulsar los activos del banco y la base de clientes en este segmento estratégico.
Los clientes de banca privada requieren, cada vez en mayor medida, propuestas financieras globales y productos más sofisticados y eficientes.
The new Combo Mastercard lets customers carry two cards in one.
Customers can select how to manage daily payments and extraordinary expenses with two complementary payment methods.
It plans to offer various combinations with this card: credit and deferred payment; debit and payment in three months, interest free; and a version for sole traders to be able to pay off personal and business expenses with the same plastic card.
La bonificación, que se realizará en efectivo en la cuenta del cliente, será del 5% el primer año y del 2% el segundo sobre el saldo acumulado neto de las nuevas aportaciones periódicas a fondos de inversión, planes de pensiones, PIAS y acciones.
La iniciativa se lanza dentro del proyecto ‘Bankinter en Familia’ y tiene como objetivo ayudar a los ahorradores a planificar su inversión a largo plazo, obteniendo paralelamente una rentabilidad en cuenta sobre el importe aportado.