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BBVA posted an attributable profit of €1.93 billion between January and September, 37.3% less than in the same period a year earlier, when it booked capital gains on the sale of non-strategic assets. Without taking into account such gains, net income from ongoing operations rose 43.2% year-over-year, totaling €2.28 billion.

This is the second occasion the bank has received this award from the Social Ecumenical Forum in recognition of “its commitment to education, through which 1.5 million people have benefited from education programs for society, and its program of grants for integration that promote access to quality education for children and young people in disadvantaged areas of Latin America”.

BBVA has been selected as one of the winners of the WLMT awards. These awards are granted by the Human Resources consulting firm Intrama in collaboration with the Madrid Regional Government and the Spanish Ministry of Health, Social Services and Equality. BBVA was chosen for genera!, its gender diversity website. Paloma Piqueras, global manager of BBVA Asset Management and representative of the Group’s Diversity Plan, accepted the award at the offices of the Madrid Regional Government.