BBVA Compass employees recently closed out 100 Days of Brightness, the bank’s initiative to create smiles through random acts of kindness.
This weekend, Global Finance held in Washington the 17th edition of its Best Banks Awards, which recognized BBVA as one of the leaders of the financial world. The 8 awards in total that the bank took speak loud and clear about the bank’s standing as retail and investment bank.
Financial regulation and innovation seem like polar opposites, yet they are forced to get along and collaborate. This is apparent from one of the panels at today’s IIF Annual Meeting in Washington. The only representative of a bank, BBVA’s Executive Director participated in the panel which included renowned representatives of regulators and supervisors.
As part of the IMF’s annual meeting in Washington, José Manuel González-Páramo participated yesterday in the B-20 meeting, the international business equivalent of the G20. BBVA’s Executive Director used the opportunity to urge the G20 to develop a clear regulatory framework that complement growth economic measures.
The term project finance refers to the financing of large infrastructure or energy projects entailing substantially significant initial costs and extremely long depreciation periods. Just in 2015, this business moved over $422 billion, 37% of which – approximately – corresponded to projects rolled out in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Understanding personal finance is essential to handle everyday life in a household. This means making informed financial decisions to manage the income and expenses of any family properly. Today is Financial Education Day, a fundamental issue to manage a household economy.
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.