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Investor Relations

The role of the Investor Relations area is to provide information on the performance of the Bank's various businesses and activities, as well as its current and future strategy, guided by the principles of equality, fluidity and transparency required by regulators.

A fair and transparent treatment

To achieve its aims, this area carries out, among others, the following activities:

  • Once a quarter (January, April, July and October), it presents the Group's earnings through teleconference or webcast. Around 150 analysts and institutional investors usually connect to these communications in real time from around the world.
  • It maintains direct contact with institutional investors, portfolio managers, analysts and private bankers, at the numerous international conferences that the main stock market and investment banking companies regularly hold in the United States and Europe.
  • It welcomes more than 300 qualified investors each year, either in individual sessions or in small groups organised by brokers at the Bank's headquarters on Paseo de la Castellana in Madrid.
  • It organises several roadshows to visit investors or potential investors in various financial capitals around the world (including New York, London, Paris, Rome, Frankfurt, Zurich and Geneva) and lately also in the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Sweden and Norway). The topics discussed on the roadshows include the economic and political outlook for Spain, the regulatory framework and the state of the property market.

At 31 December 2017, 46.5% of the Bank's shares were in the hands of non-resident investors, the majority of which are institutional investors, compared to the 46.1% recorded in 2016. Every year Bankinter explores new markets, with a view to expanding its geographical shareholder base.

Among the top in the world for sustainability

The Investor Relations area maintains ever closer ties with the various agencies that specialise in sustainability, to respond to the growing sensitivity of international investors to non-financial aspects(good corporate governance, environmental protection and consideration of social issues).

These agencies, as well as proxy advisors (consulting firms that advise institutional investors on the decisions made at shareholders' meetings), produce rankings, reports and indexes, in which Bankinter always appears, such as the FTSE4Good Index.

Last year, the Bank was included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Europe (DJSI), of which it is one of the smallest-sized members among the banks and companies that comprise it, and, therefore, has a more limited budget and fewer resources available to comply with the requirements and carry out the reporting needed to be included in this index. This deserved inclusion recognises Bankinter’s sustainability management, with the most highly rated aspects being its financial stability, customer relations management, anti-corruption policies and measures, labour practice indicators and human capital development.

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