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Unicaja banco hosts in Granada its sixth workshop Enclave Empresarial, focused on the analysis of funding costs and the fastest growing sectors

Unicaja Banco hosted today in Granada the sixth edition of Enclave Empresarial, with the participation of professor Santiago Carbó, Head of Financial Studies at Funcas, who has discussed with the more than one hundred attendants the main global geostrategic changes and their impact on the economy, as well as the outlook on funding costs and the sectors with the highest growth and investment in the coming years.

03 OCT 2018

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Enclave Empresarial, a series of meetings with business owners organized by Unicaja Banco, is held in different cities to foster debate and dialogue, as well as to analyze the new business trends and strategies in areas as important as innovation and internationalization.

 

The organization by Unicaja Banco of this series of meetings is part of the support that the bank gives to the business fabric and it reflects its interest to promote and facilitate the economic development of the areas where it operates and, specifically, of the Granada province.

 

Unicaja Banco hosted today in Granada the sixth edition of Enclave Empresarial, with the participation of Santiago Carbó, renowned Professor of Economics and Head of Financial Studies at Funcas, who has discussed with the more than one hundred attendants the outlook on funding costs and the sectors with the highest growth and investment in the coming years.

 

Enclave Empresarial is a series of meetings with business owners organized in different cities to analyze the new business trends and strategies in areas as important as innovation and internationalization, in a participatory environment.

 

This workshop of Enclave Empresarial, with the title “The economy in ‘manual flight mode’: outlooks and opportunities”, has also been attended by Unicaja Banco’s Eastern Andalusia Regional Manager, Miguel Ángel Fernández, and by Unicaja Banco’s Head of Corporate Banking, Salvador Navarro.

 

Santiago Carbó has analyzed the economic situation based on a context of geopolitical changes with a deep impact, such as the energy and technology transformation or trade protectionism.

 

Also, the economist has identified those sectors with special growth potential, has mentioned the sectors attracting investments and has detailed local development factors.

 

Enclave Empresarial, a series of meetings organized by Unicaja Banco, is part of the support that the bank gives to the business fabric and it reflects its interest to promote and facilitate the economic development of the areas where it operates and, specifically, of the Granada province.

 

The organization of these workshops by Unicaja Banco falls within its general interest in providing its customers and businesses with the services and tools they need for their activities, as well as in giving advice to supplement its offer of products and services. These meetings with business owners are organized periodically to dialogue about business trends and strategies.

 

Enclave Empresarial intends to foster debate and dialogue through renowned professionals of the economic, social and business world, who address topical issues, adapted to the interests of each province, and promoting the exchange of opinions between the attendees.

 

Businesses in general and SMEs in particular are a key group in Unicaja Banco’s funding policy, especially the Andalusian business fabric. In this sense, the Institution plays an active role in providing specialized financing to this group, a key driver in the economic boost and job creation.

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