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Unicaja Banco participates one more year in the sponsorhip of the Spanish Wine Fair (Fenavin) of Ciudad Real

Unicaja Banco participates one more year with its sponsorship in the organization of the Spanish Wine Fair (Feria Nacional del Vino, Fenavin), to be held from today Thursday 7 to 9 May in Ciudad Real. Fenavin 2019, organized by Ciudad Real Provincial Council, has become the most important trade fair on Spanish wine and it has a strong international relevance.

07 MAY 2019

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The institution will give a talk at Fenavin 2019 called ‘Exporting wine: financial solutions to reduce risks’, on the possibilities that the internationalization of these products offers to companies. The bank will also participate in roundtable discussions on the relationship between wine and olive oil, the leadership of Spain in worldwide wine tourism and vineyards as a generator of wealth in rural areas.

 

Unicaja Banco’s collaboration with this Spanish wine fair falls within the actions it carries out to foster the economic boost of Castilla-La Mancha and, in particular, of Ciudad Real, and to promote the agricultural sector and, especially, one of the main drivers of Spain’s agricultural production, as it is the case of wine and its surrounding industry.

 

Unicaja Banco participates one more year with its sponsorship in the organization of the Spanish Wine Fair (Feria Nacional del Vino, Fenavin), to be held from today to 9 May in Ciudad Real. Fenavin 2019, organized by Ciudad Real Provincial Council (Diputación de Ciudad Real), has become the most important trade fair on Spanish wine and it has a strong international relevance.

 

Unicaja Banco’s support to Fenavin 2019 was reflected in the new collaboration agreement, ratified by the Commercial Manager of Unicaja Banco Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha Regional Division, Rosa Galán, and by the President of Ciudad Real Provincial Council and Fenavin, José Manuel Caballero.

 

Unicaja Banco’s collaboration with this Spanish wine fair falls within its actions to foster the economic boost of Castilla-La Mancha and, in particular, of Ciudad Real, and to promote the agricultural sector and, especially, one of the main drivers of Spain’s agricultural production, as it is the case of wine and its surrounding industry.

 

The institution participates in Fenavin 2019 with a talk given by Unicaja Banco’s Head of International Banking, José Francisco Posé, and called ‘Exporting wine: financial solutions to reduce risks’, on the possibilities that the internationalization of these products offers to companies. The bank will also participate in roundtable discussions on the relationship between wine and olive oil, the leadership of Spain in worldwide wine tourism and vineyards as a generator of wealth in rural areas.

 

Unicaja Banco has been present in the region of Castilla-La Mancha for more than 50 years, and this region is regarded as a strategic area within its lines of action. Unicaja Banco is one of the main financial institutions in Ciudad Real, thanks to an adequate capacity to adapt and to respond to the market needs, and to its significant economic and social contribution to the province.

 

More than 1,500 wineries and cooperatives from all the entire national territory and different designations of origin (D.O.) will be present at Fenavin 2019, to be held from 7 to 9 May in Ciudad Real. In addition to business activities and wine tastings, Fenavin includes many other activities, with technical and institutional workshops and on the wine culture.

 

Further information: www.fenavin.com

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