Caja


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Caja

A term for a savings and loan in Spain. Cajas began as a way for the economically disadvantaged to save their money; however they have gradually become more like traditional retail and commercial banks.
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En la primera se hace un recorrido centrado en la obra financiera de la Caja desde 1946 hasta 1990.
Fitch has upgraded the class B notes of Caja Ingenieros 1 and TDA 26-1 to 'AA+sf' and 'BBB+sf', following an increase in credit enhancement to 17.4% (February 2016) and 4.7% (January 2016), respectively, from 16.4%% and 3.1 a year ago.
Ibercaja Banco said, 'The boards of Ibercaja Banco and Banco Grupo Caja 3 have reached an agreement in principle on the future integration of the two entities through the acquisition of Banco Grupo Caja 3 by Ibercaja Banco.'
The move is subject to approval of Caja 3's restructuring plans.
that further economic stresses will weaken Caja Laboral's risk-absorption
Last year, Caja Laboral made EUR19.4m in net profits, while Ipar Kutxa exited the year with earnings of EUR11m.Country: SpainSector: Banking/Financial Services
Caja Laboral trail 2-0 in this best-of-five semi-final in a repeat of last year's final and homecourt advantage could be massive with both defeats in the series coming at Barcelona.
Four executives from the Alberta, Canada-based credit union provided Caja Yanga staffers training in governance, risk management and technology, while learning more about Semilla Cooperativa (Cooperative Seed), a rural outreach model developed by World Council of Credit Unions.