Unicaja Banco has renewed its collaboration agreement with the Valladolid Federation of Retailers and Services (Federación de Comercio y Servicios de Valladolid, FECOSVA), strengthening their relationship. With the agreement, the parties seek to promote the Valladolid retail sector in the economic crisis caused by the coronavirus.
FECOSVA has nearly 1,000 members, through its 19 associations from the entire province, and it represents the all the economic sectors of retail and services present in the province. The agreement has been signed by Unicaja Banco’s Regional Manager, Manuel Rubio, and by the President of FECOSVA, Jesús Herreras.
Unicaja Banco sees the support to retail and its professionals as a key driver for the development of Valladolid. The bank has always supported the retailers, self-employed and entrepreneurs of the province, and it continues to offer solutions to meet their financial demands.
With the agreement, FECOSVA and Unicaja Banco seek to provide FECOSVA members with sufficient and competitive financial resources and services that allow them to face projects for the development of their economic activities.
For that purpose, the bank has designed a wide range of products and services under advantageous terms, which will be useful for the members of this association. Credit facilities will allow business owners to have working capital for running their companies or to make investments to improve or expand them. The members of FECOSVA will have access to a credit account, first company loans, personal and mortgage loans, and other credits under the agreement with ICO, Iberaval or the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Other features included in the agreement, under advantageous terms, are a POS credit account, credit in current account, guarantees, leasing, collection of receipts, a wide range of payment methods and insurances, and no fees in a large number of transactions with the Fee Free Plan for the Self-Employed and Companies.
With the agreement, Unicaja Banco and FECOSVA want the members of the association to have access to resources under advantageous conditions to favour and improve the development of their activities, and to provide its members with a personalized attention and service.
Unicaja Banco is intensifying its cooperation with different economic sectors in the Valladolid province and in Castilla y León, a traditional core region of the bank and where it acts as a driver of the economic and social development. This support has been increased as a consequence of the situation caused by the health crisis due to the coronavirus.