As part of its digital transformation strategy, the BBVA Group recently introduced a new brand identity and logo that will be used in all countries where the bank has a presence.
BBVA is at a pivotal point of digital transformation bringing the age of opportunity to everyone. This deserves an identity that reflects our commitment to innovation, our unified position in the marketplace, and the promise we offer to our customers.
BBVA recognized once again by Javelin Strategy & Research for mobile and online banking in the U.S.
BBVA has been twice honored by Javelin Strategy & Research, with the independent research firm naming the bank’s mobile banking app and online banking service as a leader in its 2019 Mobile and Online Banking Scorecards.
Some of the biggest secrets in business are known to just a handful of people. Think of the recipes for Coca-Cola, or the KFC coating, or the ingredients in WD-40. But when it comes to secretly planning to change the brand for an entire business - and swapping out tens of thousands of physical and digital logos in the process - letting only a few people in on the secret is never going to be enough.
BBVA is unifying its brand across its footprint. Customers will see this change taking place progressively in the Group’s mobile apps, transactional websites, its almost 8,000 branches across the world and its corporate headquarters.
It was no easy task: to evolve (or revolutionize) BBVA’s logo so that it reflects the Group’s transformation. The result was just revealed in all countries where BBVA operates. Imanol, Brian and Blanca are three of the designers who - from their area of expertise - participated in this historic project that makes BBVA’s new identity a reality.
This week, BBVA announced its official transition to a unified brand and launched a new logo across its footprint, as it advances in its efforts to offer its customers the best products and services, in an increasingly digital environment.
BBVA’s new brand has now been rolled-out across all the countries within the bank’s footprint. The process of deploying the new corporate image will continue for the next six to twelve months, reaching all channels, both physical and virtual, and all customer touchpoints.