BBVA Global Wealth (GW), the BBVA Group private global banking unit has entered into an agreement with art advisory firm We Collect to expand its art advisory services to customers in Spain and Switzerland. One of BBVA GW’s goals is to promote non-financial art-related issues, incorporating new opportunities for customers throughout 2020.
The BBVA Annual General Meeting will be held in Bilbao next Friday, March 13. The shareholder meeting (or AGM) is one of a company’s primary corporate governance vehicles. During the meeting, the company’s owners (the shareholders) ratify decisions on topics determined by law and by the corporate bylaws. The AGM includes particular features that are established by corporate law.
BBVA CIB, a pioneer in accompanying its clients in the transition to a sustainable future
As part of his tour across all regions and business areas, BBVA CEO Onur Genç met in Madrid with the team of the bank’s wholesale banking area, Corporate & Investment Banking (CIB). Genç had the opportunity to review the priorities of the business units and wholesale banking products that comprise this area of the bank.
Onur Genç: "Spain plays a key role in contributing to the success of BBVA's strategic priorities"
On February 27th and 28th, BBVA’s CEO met with the new Head of BBVA Spain, Peio Belausteguigoitia and the team in the country. Onur Genç stressed that the Spanish franchise plays a key role in contributing to the success of the BBVA Group’s six new strategic priorities.
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A. (BBVA) filed on February 28, 2020 with the Securities and Exchange Commission BBVA's Annual Report on Form 20-F for the year ended December 31, 2019.
The Annual Report can be found on BBVA’s Investor Relations website http://shareholdersandinvestors.bbva.com in the section dedicated to Financial information 2019.
The electronic forensic investigation starts with the application of a series of keywords to people’s electronic devices that, according to the information available, are thought to have had information of interest about the facts, may have had or not participation in them (the so-called ‘custodians’). Devices may include both computers and other electronics used by the custodians as well as data available in servers, in both emails and other files.
BBVA reiterates its commitment to clarifying the facts and cooperating with authorities in the Cenyt case
Following the lifting of the secrecy order, BBVA wishes to reiterate the main messages regarding its actions in recent months.
BBVA stood out at the “Global Finance Best Investment Bank Awards” for yet another year. With 33 years of experience reporting on international financial markets and readers in more than 180 countries, the magazine presented the bank seven awards in different locations in recognition of BBVA’s capacity in investment banking and sustainable finance products and solutions.
BBVA respects freedom of the press, and rejects any practice infringing the law
In response to a statement released by three Spanish press associations, BBVA states that it deeply respects the work of the media and their important role in society, and therefore, it rejects any practice that infringes their fundamental rights, the freedom of information and the freedom of speech.