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Unicaja Banco and the Federación Leonesa de Empresarios (FELE) renew an agreement to facilitate credit to 4,500 companies in the province

The agreement signed today allows both institutions to continue working for the economic and social development of the province

25 FEB 2020

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Unicaja Banco and the Federación Leonesa de Empresarios (Leon Business Federation, FELE) have renewed their collaboration agreement, strengthening their long-standing relationship. The agreement will allow FELE members to have access on advantageous terms to a selection of banking services specifically designed to meet the specific needs of this sector. The agreement has been signed today by Unicaja Banco Regional Manager in Leon, Marga Serna, and by the President of FELE, Javier Cepedano.

 

Given the importance of financing for launching or developing a company, Unicaja Banco offers to FELE members several credit options under advantageous terms, as well as other useful products for commercial and business management or foreign trade, such as guarantees, leasing, collection of receipts, digital banking, cards, insurance, deposits and pension plans.

 

This agreement will benefit the more than 4,500 companies which are member of FELE, either directly or through the more than 70 sectorial associations integrated in the organization.

 

Unicaja Banco is part of the Federation’s Advisory Board, which intends to make recommendations and to provide advice on the defense of the interests of business owners. It will also support activities organized by FELE to give advice, provide training and to inform its members on different subjects related to labour and taxes.

 

With the signature of this agreement, Unicaja Banco and FELE continue to work for Leon business owners, thus fostering the economic and social development of the province, and favouring the development of the management and activities of businesses.

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