BBVA has been recognized by the Financial Times (FT), Google and a panel of leading European policy makers as one of the 100 digital pioneers in Europe. BBVA is the only major bank included in a special report from the Financial Times, ‘Europe’s Road to Growth,’ because of its innovative use of new technologies, as well as the cultural shift that the company has undertaken.
BBVA is one of the first five banks invited to join a blockchain forum organized by the European Commission (EC) in Brussels to, subsequently, join the launch of the IATBA, an European platform to promote the use of blockchain. The purpose of this publicly-sponsored initiative is to garner support from private blockchain and DLT experts to contribute to outline the EU’s strategy regarding these technologies.
Mortgages and real estate were at the forefront of the fintech news headlines this week in the U.S.
Upturn, a new venture incubated by BBVA and aimed at changing the financial health of up to 22 million U.S. residents a year, has today been launched in the U.S.
International publication Global Finance selected Garanti Bank as the ‘Best in Mobile Banking’ in the Western Europe category and the ‘Best Digital Bank in Turkey’, establishing the bank’s position as one of the world’s leading financial organizations this year.
The mobile banking app is the fastest-growing communication channel between banks and their customers today. For customers who use their banking app, it has become their preferred and most frequent channel of engagement. Still, most of the functionalities for banking apps are targeted towards servicing with limited new product sales capabilities. So, why don’t banks unleash the full potential of that digital channel?
The BBVA Compass Mobile Banking App is stacked with features and functionalities to make using the bank in your pocket easier, safer and more convenient than ever. But, using the app can be easier when paired with the language in which you’re most comfortable.
The digital transformation is altering the Spanish economy as demonstrated by varying levels of 'routinization' in numerous fields and the growing relationship between average salaries and hardware and software use in different occupations. These are some of the conclusions detailed in a report prepared by BBVA Research, which analyzes the impact of the routinization and computerization of different manufacturing sectors, occupations, and employment profiles on the Spanish economy.