BBVA came first in the distribution business and analysis of equity derivatives in a survey conducted annually by Thomson Reuters EXTEL, with 10.6% and 13.2% of the customers' votes respectively. This recognition was possible thanks to its strategy of providing customers with an added value that combines analytical solutions with a prompt and precise price offer.
The journal Global Finance has named BBVA the number one bank in Peru, Venezuela, Mexico and Uruguay in the 21st edition of its "Best Banks in Latin America” awards, due to its profitability, good service, innovative profits and for having achieved the best results in 2013.
More than 1,000 CIOs and top-level IT decision-makers have confirmed it through the Application Landscape Report 2014 by Capgemini: the complex map of applications that shape company IT departments is becoming a barrier to successfully carry out digital transformation.
BBVA has been awarded best investment bank in Spain for the third year running in Global Finance's ranking.
BBVA presents Wizzo, its first digital native product in Spain, with which it creates a completely new category of financial services. Wizzo is a Web mobile application for iOS and Android that speeds up payments between individuals, and makes it possible to create spending allowances online with friends or to take money out of an ATM without a card... among other innovative features. In addition, Wizzo users may request a physical card or a contactless sticker to make payments from a mobile phone.
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BBVA launches new channels to improve customer relationships
BBVA is working on new and enhanced channels to offer customers an easier way to communicate with the bank, offering a seamless experience tailored to their needs. BBVA attaches great importance to the development and application of new technologies to help it innovate in the market. BBVA is a global bank present in more than 30 countries and offers solutions tailored to the needs of each one.
The number of global incidents detected increased three-fold between January and June this year. And although Spain is second, it is probably because of the great use made of online banking, according to a report by S21sec.
Many companies would pay through the nose for a social network fortune teller who could spot trends in social media before anyone else and develop effective strategies to solve potential problems or ensure that they could get the most out of a particular trend whilst it is booming. A fortune teller might be the most exotic approach, but an algorithm is more effective, and an MIT professor has developed just such a tool that can spot the next trending topic.
In this video we can see a minute by minute account of spending patterns in Spain during Easter 2011. The BBVA data is from card transactions categorized into four types of sale: food, fashion, service stations and bars / restaurants.
BBVA is pleased to announce the operational launch of its new data processing center (DPC) in Tres Cantos (Madrid, Spain), which houses the complete technological infrastructure underpinning the Group’s business in Europe. The facility is one of the world’s most advanced DPCs, with dual Tier IV certification (for design and construction) verifying that it offers optimal levels of reliability and safety.