oficina-rollo-salamanca-2020

Unicaja Banco supports farmers with the management of the CAP subsidies, which extend their term due to Covid-19, and with pre-approved loans for over €900 million

Unicaja Banco is supporting farmers with different measures, especially in the current situation derived from the Covid-19, with farming deemed as a strategic sector

13 MAY 2020

2 Min reading

Unicaja Banco is supporting farmers with different measures, especially in the current situation derived from the Covid-19, with farming deemed as a strategic sector. The bank continues processing the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) dossiers, and given the health crisis scenario, the European Union has extended the term to file the dossiers until 15 June. It has also established two lines of pre-approved loans for a total amount of over €900 million: 342 for the CAP and 600 for the intensive cultivation campaign.

 

For the present campaign, Unicaja Banco offers its customers the possibility of receiving the amount in advance with loans, as well as personalized management and processing of their application dossiers. In particular, the bank has enabled a pre-approved loan facility for customers based in Andalusia, Castilla y León, Castilla-La Mancha and Extremadura.

 

CAP

 

The participation of Unicaja Banco in the CAP campaign of subsidies (Basic Payment Scheme, Green Payment, Young Farmers Scheme, Farming Associated Aids and Agri-environmental Measures) falls within the Institution’s historic commitment to support agriculture and farming, which materialises in the provision of financial, protection and advisory services, in the development of specific agreements and in shareholdings in companies of the sector.

 

Additionally, the bank has also set a credit line for €600 million of pre-approved loans, for the campaign of intensive cultivation. This amount will cover funding demands both for the needs of the farming campaign itself and for investments to be made by farmers.

 

  • Institucional

Noticias relacionadas

Unicaja Banco supports shops affected by the coronavirus crisis with the waiver of the maintenance fee of point-of-sale terminals (PoST

Unicaja Banco, within the framework of specific measures that it has been implementing since the start of the coronavirus crisis, supports shops with the temporary waiver of the maintenance fee of point-of-sale terminals (PoST), in traditional non-virtual shops 24 ABR 2020 Read full text

Unicaja Banco supports companies and freelancers and strengthens guarantee funding facilities to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus crisis

Unicaja Banco is working to mitigate the economic impact of the crisis caused by the coronavirus on SMEs, freelancers and other companies. For those purposes, among other measures, it strengthens the guarantee funding facilities. In particular, in addition to the ICO Guarantee Covid-19 Facility, approved by the Government, the bank has joined the Garántia Covid-19 Liquidity Facility, promoted by the Junta de Andalucía 21 ABR 2020 Read full text

For Unicaja Banco S.A., the holder of the web page, it is important to adapt to your tastes and preferences, for which we use own and third-party cookies, that gather connection data that may be linked to your registration user name, the purpose of which is to measure traffic and user interaction with the web page, to help to improve operation of the web content, as well as the services and products offered, preparing behaviour profiles, while always protecting your privacy. You may transparently choose the configuration that suits you best, without that causing any change in your usual operations.