Unicaja Banco has renewed its collaboration agreement with Federación de Asociaciones Castellano-Leonesas de Empresas de Formación (CECAP Castilla y León), strengthening their long-standing relation. The agreement intends to boost the sector in view of the economic crisis caused by the COVID-19.
CECAP Castilla y León is an organization integrated by 9 provincial associations, representing one hundred teaching centers of the whole region. The agreement has been signed by the Unicaja Banco Area Manager for Valladolid Center, Ricardo Cifuentes, and by the President of CECAP Castilla y León, Nieves García.
The main goal of the agreement is to provide training companies with the financing they may need to implement courses and activities within their scope. Aware of that need, Unicaja Banco provides the members with different credit options and guarantees under preferential conditions.
Unicaja Banco has designed a wide range of products and services on advantageous terms and especially adapted to the members of this Federation, such as credit alternatives which will allow companies to have working capital or to undertake investment to improve or expand their business. The members of CECAP Castilla y León will have access to a credit account, first-company loan, personal or mortgage loans and other loans under the agreements held with ICO, Iberaval or the European Investment Bank (EIB).
Other features included in the agreement are: current account credit, guarantees, leasing, services for the collection of bills, mortgages, a full range of payment methods and insurances and the possibility of subscribing the Fee-Free Plan for professionals and the self-employed.
Commitment to training
With this agreement, Unicaja Banco continues giving support to training for employees and for the unemployed, as the cornerstone to access and to the promotion of the students’ professional careers. For the financial institution, the support to quality training equates to promoting the economic and social development of a territory, in this case, Castilla y Leon.
Unicaja Banco is intensifying its collaboration with different sectors in Castilla y León, a traditional area of operation, where it acts as an agent boosting the economic and social development. This support is now stronger as a result of the situation caused by the coronavirus health crisis.