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Bankia's CEO José Sevilla: " Values are most important that objectives"

“I Hope That Greater Banking Competition Does Not Make Us Forget Principles”

Manuel Moreno Capa | “We need to re-think what principles and values we want to manage in the banking sector, and maintain a clear philosophy. We tell our teams that they can not attain their objectives at the cost of principles. The values are most important, and the objectives have to be subordinated to the values of the entity if we want to improve the reputation and image of the banking sector,” explains Bankia’s CEO José Sevilla.





Sabadell, Bankia H1 results prompt different stock market reaction

The banks’ non-performing loans ratio continues to show signs of recovery amid the ongoing deleveraging process on the part of households and companies. The balance of impaired loans fell by 18.3% in May to 121,865 billion euros. Against this backdrop, Banco Sabadell and Bankia were the first banks to present their first half results’ report. And the Spanish stock market reacted in a completely different way to each report.





Bankia Gets It Right By Giving Back Money To Shareholders

Bankia’s current management team has decided to give back to minority shareholders the money they invested in the banks’s shares in July 2011 with 1% annual interest. The proposal is a sensible one because it benefits shareholders and tax payers, as well as Bankia’s image and balance sheet.


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The Shambles That Is Bankia

Bankia, created from the merger of seven savings banks lead by Cajamadrid and Bancaja, and its July 2011 stock market listing, have become a major headache for many people: the bank’s shareholders, the current management team, the auditor, the Bank of Spain and the stock exchange regulatory body CNMV.