CEOE and Bankinter sign agreement to give companies and the self-employed access to the largest information hub on contracts and public aid

The service includes information on tenders and calls for public funding, ordinary European funds, Next Generation funds and Government budgets.

The Spanish Confederation of Business Organisations (CEOE) and Bankinter have signed an agreement to provide the financial institution's customers access to the first comprehensive hub on public funds in Spain. It is targeted at companies of all sizes, as well as the self-employed.

The agreement has been presented by José Alberto González-Ruiz, general secretary of CEOE, and Fernando Moreno, managing director of the Bankinter Business Area.

This service, available to bank customers on the website , is  part of the CEOExEuropa digital platform (, and  includes comprehensive information about tenders and calls for public funding, ordinary European funds, Next Generation funds and Government budgets.

The purpose of the agreement is to give access to all companies, but especially SMEs and the self-employed, to Next Generation European funds, ensuring an extensive reach across the whole Spanish business fabric and helping to rebuild the country's post- Covid-19 economy.

Under this agreement, Bankinter customers will be given special, discounted access -54% less than standard price of the service- to a platform with daily updated information on more than 75,000 tenders and 18,000 calls for funding per year. The tool also includes an e-mail notification system tailored to each individual company.

Although so far the platform has only included information on tenders and calls for public funding in Spain, there are plans to include the main European countries in the medium term.

About CEOE

The Spanish Confederation of Business Organisations (CEOE) defends Spanish companies and entrepreneurs. Founded in 1977, it has a voluntary membership of two million companies and self-employed across all sectors, who are linked to CEOE through more than 4,500 grassroots organisation.

The CEOExEuropa digital platform ( is available to companies and business organisations with the aim of informing, encouraging and boosting the potential of European funds, contributing to the recovery and transformation of the Spanish economy.

About Bankinter

Bankinter is the sixth largest bank in the Spanish financial system and the first in terms of profitability and asset quality. It has more than 100 billion euros in total assets, lendings of 67 billion and controlled resources of 106 billion. With a presence in Spain, Portugal, Ireland and Luxembourg, Bankinter bases its strategy on various complementary business lines, one of the main ones being corporate business. Its corporate loan book totalled around 30 billion euros at the end of June 2021, 2% more than in the same period of 2020.

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