Unicaja Banco and the Colegio Oficial de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos de Castilla y León have entered into an agreement to renew the long-standing collaboration between both institutions. The signing of the agreement was attended by Ricardo Cifuentes, Unicaja Banco’s Area Manager of Valladolid, and Carlos Arce, Dean of the mentioned association.
The Association has nearly 1,200 members, who will enjoy advantageous conditions in a selection of banking products and services designed to meet their specific needs.
Unicaja Banco offers to these professionals a wide range of financing options, such as mortgage-backed loans or personal loans, and facilities in transactions backed by the ICO 2020 lines to support companies and the self-employed. The members of the association can also benefit from the agreements entered into with the European Investment Bank and with Iberaval for business owners and the self-employed, as well as from other useful financial services for their activity, such as insurances, payroll advances or a special current account.
The Colegio de Ingenieros de Caminos, Canales y Puertos de Castilla y León was established in 1976 to represent and defend the interests of its members, as well as to favor progress and the well-being of citizens. Unicaja Banco shares those goals and continues with its commitment to the professional associations that contribute to generate wealth and to develop the region.
Unicaja Banco is intensifying its cooperation with the different association of self-employed workers of Castilla y Leon, a traditional core area of the bank and where it acts as an agent to boost social and economic development. This support is increasing due to the situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.