Blockchain, more regulations, emerging niche markets such as ‘insurtech’ y ‘regtech’… The future of fintechs has yet to be written but the trends shaping their future in the short- and medium-tern are already clear.
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BBVA’s CEO lauded digital transformation as a way to improve people’s lives. Additionally, he released the news that in May, BBVA’s digital sales reached 40% of the total.
BBVA’s digital customers have once again set new records in their adoption of the groups digital channels and offerings, the bank is reporting.
According to the report published by Forrester Research, ‘The Forrester Banking Wave: European Mobile Apps – Q2 2018’ BBVA has the top-ranked app with an overall score of 87/100.
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BBVA Group Executive Chairman Francisco González and José Pedro Pérez-Llorca, the President of the Board of Trustees of the Museo del Prado, inaugurated the first major exhibition dedicated solely to the portraits of Lorenzo Lotto.
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BBVA’s Group Executive Chairman is convinced that, to tackle the enormous environmental, social and technological challenges that climate change poses, the social role of banks needs to completely change.
BBVA has launched a pioneering training model that facilitates the exchange of knowledge between professionals thanks to a token-based initiative.
During Q1-18, BBVA Group’s net attributable profit grew across all regions year-on-year.
BBVA had, according to the CEO, a very solid start of 2018, confirming some of the trends initiated in previous quarters.
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