The Phoenix Mercury and BBVA Compass have officially announced Backpacks 4 Kids AZ, Inc. as the winner of the second annual “Bright Futures Women in Business” promotion, an initiative designed to support women-owned businesses and create opportunity for a brighter future throughout the Valley.
Life and Culture
Life and Culture
The 1973 oil crisis, which arose due to the tensions that led to the Yom Kippur War, set off a global chain reaction that also affected Spain. The increase in commodities prices, and a steady decline in Spain’s economic cycle, led to truly difficult times for the banking sector. The upward trend that had begun in the early 1960s was immediately stopped, and worrisome warning signs began to appear, such as an increase in unemployment and a fall in the value of money.
They say that islanders tend to be reserved, and take their time to open up. Miguel, Nito, Joan, Emilio and Ángel could all be said to fit the stereotype, except when they talk about music. They are Maico, the group tasked with singing BBVA's sound identity, ‘How we dream’.
After months of searching for the best artificial intelligence fintech solution from around the world BBVA today announced Change is its overall winner.
BBVA Compass announced today that it has completed a new agreement to team up and create opportunities with the WNBA’s San Antonio Stars. The new agreement will be leveraged to create opportunities for local communities’ bright futures and provide special promotions for game day activities.
Franco’s government pushed relentlessly to normalize the financial system after determining that most of the efforts over the last decade to open up the sector had been effective. Progressive liberalization of the system was therefore considered a path to continue following. Among other issues, the administration focused on a change in private banking in 1972.
When BBVA Compass starts with a purpose, it immerses itself into it, as evidenced by the plethora of campaigns, events and other initiatives the bank leverages to create opportunities and bright futures.
Carlos Torres Vila, CEO of BBVA, along with other Group executives, will take part in the encounter, which brings together more than 4,000 experts from around the world.