The 42 associations integrated in the confederation will benefit from this agreement, as well as the inter-sectorial group of businesses from different areas.
Unicaja Banco and the Valladolid Confederation of Business Owners (Confederación Vallisoletana de Empresarios, CVE) have renewed their collaboration agreement, strengthening their long-standing relation which dates from the former EspañaDuero. This agreement will benefit the 42 sectorial and regional associations integrated in the Confederación, as well as the inter-sectorial group of businesses from different areas and size which are part of CVE. It has been signed today by the bank’s Regional Manager, Manuel Rubio, and by the President of the CVE, Ángela de Miguel.
With the agreement, Unicaja Banco provides support to entrepreneurs and promotes credit, reinforcing its commitment to the economic and social development of the regions where it operates. In line with this approach, the bank will provide the members of CVE with credit facilities for running their businesses or for new investments, credit account for point-of-sale terminals for shops and current credit account for payments, especially conceived for the payment of salaries, taxes and social security. It also includes a wide range of insurances for any event.
The alternatives are completed with personal loans, leasing, guarantees and financing for imports and exports in euros and in other currencies. Additionally, Unicaja Banco is the main institution per share and formalization of transactions with Iberaval, and therefore the customers linked to CVE will have advantages to work with this mutual guarantee company.
CVE members will also have access to a set of Unicaja Banco services under preferential conditions. These services include the Zero Plan for Professionals, for freelancers or businesses, with no fees, facilities for the installation of credit card terminals with competitive rates, collection of receipts and business account.