These Private Banking Meetings are organized by Unicaja Banco, for the fourth consecutive year, in different cities across the country, such as Malaga, Valladolid, Leon, Salamanca and Ciudad Real, after having been held in Almeria, Seville, Madrid, Cadiz and Jaen.
The organization of these meetings is part of Unicaja Banco’s interest to put at the disposal of its customers, individuals and companies, the services and tools that it has to facilitate their activity, to offer direct financial advice and to talk about investment opportunities.
Unicaja Banco, through its Private Banking, Unicorp Patrimonio S.V., has organized in Granada an informative workshop to analyze the best strategies for medium- and long-term investment and savings. This workshop is part of the new Private Banking Meetings that Unicaja Banco is developing, for the fourth consecutive year, in different cities across the country.
The 4th Private Banking Meetings are to be held in cities such as Malaga, Valladolid, Salamanca, Leon and Ciudad Real, following its organization in Almeria, Seville, Madrid, Cadiz and Jaen. In Granada, this session of the 4th Private Banking Meetings has been attended by Unicaja Banco’s Area Manager for Granada, Manuel Conde, and by Unicorp Patrimonio’s Commercial Manager, Pedro Martos, and by its Head of Management Unit, Lourdes Fernández de Córdoba.
The organization of these meetings is part of Unicaja Banco’s interest to put at the disposal of its customers -individuals and companies- the services and tools to facilitate their activity, to offer direct financial advice and to talk about investment opportunities.
Under the title ‘How do we invest in a zero-rate environment?’, Unicorp Patrimonio’s Head of Management Unit, Lourdes Fernández de Córdoba, has discussed and analyzed with the participants the best strategies for medium- and long-term investments and savings. She has also talked about the future of the economy and markets and the coming risks and opportunities.
During her talk, Lourdes Fernández de Córdoba has analyzed with the attendees the investment and saving strategies in the current economic situation, marked by the European Central Bank (ECB) decision of continuing with negative interest rates to the Eurozone’s institutions.