The BBVA Group’s Chief Financial Officer participated in Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Annual Financials CEO Conference in London today. The event is one of the most important banking forums in the world and includes only qualified investors. Jaime Sáenz de Tejada used his presentation to underscore BBVA’s main competitive advantages.
The lives of businesspeople are very tough, we know. That’s why BBVA makes a big effort to make their life easier: it’s the revolution of small things. Imagine yourself advancing your invoices after going for a stroll in Central Park or making transfers while you wait to go up to the Eiffel Tower. With one hand you can enjoy some delicious fish and chips while with the other you browse to find out about the status of your orders.
BBVA Compass Talent & Culture Executive Rosilyn Houston debuted Monday on American Banker’s 25 Women to Watch list, part of the magazine’s annual Most Powerful Women In Banking series on the industry’s top female executives.
In March this year, the European Central Bank announced the second TLTRO program (targeted long-term refinancing operations). These long-term financing operations aim to stimulate lending in the euro zone. The program is comprised of four auctions and the results of the second one were published today. The amount of additional liquidity asked has been 34bn euros.
BBVA Compass is helping to add a fitting footnote — housewarming gifts — to the heartwarming story of some of Los Angeles’ most at-risk residents getting homes of their own.
Warrants are extremely popular in the Spanish market, and are no longer considered an exotic, state-of-the-art financial instrument. BBVA currently has more than 1,200 active warrants in Spain, and every month €20 million of premiums are purchased. But how exactly does this investment alternative work?
This is how Francisco González describes the current context for financial institutions in an article he wrote for the Singapore Summit. BBVA’s Executive Chairman took part in this event this weekend, as well as in the meeting of the International Advisory Panel of the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS).
Private industry leaders gathered at BBVA Compass Plaza in Houston for a workshop Tuesday on how businesses can push progress on the most pressing issues of our time. The workshop, hosted by BBVA Compass, the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals Fund and the BBVA Microfinance Foundation, had two goals: to help spread the word and build understanding of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which revolve around issues like education, health, poverty alleviation, clean water and the climate; and to gather input from executives at some of the companies that are already focused on tackling some of those same issues.