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Unicaja Banco, S.A. is a member of the deposit guarantee fund for credit institutions, created by Royal Decree-Law 16/2011 of October 14, 2011, whose coverage has a maximum amount of 100,000 euros (or, in the case of deposits not denominated in euros, its equivalent in the currency in question) per depositor and credit institution.
This figure is indicative of the risk of the Pension Plan and may vary over time. It is calculated on the basis of simulated data which, however, may not be a reliable indication of the future risk profile of the Plan. Information on the risk profile of each Plan is available in Unicaja Banco’s Pension Plan Catalog. The risk scale of the promoted pension plans ranges from 1 to 7.
The collection of the benefit or the exercise of the right of redemption is only possible in the event of the occurrence of any of the contingencies or exceptional cases of liquidity regulated in the Pension Plans and Funds regulations.
CAJA-ESPANA-INVERSIONES accounts can be accessed online by accessing its online banking through its website www.unicajabanco.es to enter its virtual office where you can carry out all kinds of transactions, consult movements, transfers, pension plans, investment funds, apply for credits and loans, mortgages, etc… In order to access your account online through electronic banking, you need a user name and password, which must be given to you at the branch where you are a customer. Subsequently you can make all the operations by Internet without the need to travel and without waiting.
In 1878, the City Council of Palencia again took the initiative for the creation of a new Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Palencia (Caja Palencia), which finally saw the light of day on August 6, 1881.
In León, in 1890 the Real Sociedad Económica de Amigos del País took the necessary steps for the definitive foundation, in 1900, of what was to be firstly the Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de León, which on February 21, 1948 changed its name to Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de León (CajaLeón).
And on February 15, 1965, after proceedings that began in 1962, on the initiative of the Zamora Provincial Council, the Caja de Ahorros Provincial de Zamora was founded.
It constituted an important mechanism for promoting the development of various social and economic sectors in its different areas of activity, favoring the creation and maintenance of social and cultural works, both its own and in collaboration, throughout the institution’s territory of origin (Castilla y León).
Thus, prior to the Governing Council meeting, the president of Caja Rural de Zamora, Nicanor Santos, together with the general manager, Cipriano García, assessed and analyzed the expansion project that the savings bank is maintaining.
“The reality of our activity must be expansive within the modesty and the philosophy that we are carrying so far is accredited by the results that indicate that we are in the right direction,” said the director of the entity.
During the press conference, the 30% increase of the entity was highlighted, “with magnificent expectations, we will continue to develop the opening of branches with modesty, but with rigorousness. We are a close entity with a philosophy different from the rest of the entities and we want to continue transmitting this to our customers and employees, whom we thank for their daily effort”.