Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: New Agreement by ABANCA and the Galician Association of Family Business for Entrepreneurs

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Juan Carlos Escotet Rodríguez: New Agreement by ABANCA and the Galician Association of Family Business for Entrepreneurs

14
Sep,2015

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Agreement by ABANCA and the Galician Association of Family Business for Entrepreneurs

Agreement by ABANCA and the Galician Association of Family Business for Entrepreneurs

ABANCA and the Galician Association of Family Enterprises signed a collaboration agreement for the development of various joint projects. The event took place at the headquarters of the bank in La Coruna and has the participation of ABANCA CEO, Francisco Botas Ratera, and the vice president of ABANCA, Juan Carlos Escotet Rodriguez, and the President of the Galician Association Family Business, Emilio Perez Nieto.

In addition, personalized advice to partners will also be one of the objectives, helping them to meet the challenges of managing their businesses. The Galician Association of Family Businesses also meets the objective of channeling the main concerns about these organizations to transmit them to their administrations.

Business support. In recent months ABANCA has intensified its support to the productive fabric of the community through various initiatives. On the one hand, it has a specific division for SMEs, many corporate offices and SME managers in all directions of zone. On the other hand, it has maintained a specialized range of products tailored to the needs of employers.

The bank has also launched programs in recent months such as +NegocioPCA programs, which reinforce its support to SMEs, to businesses and to independents. It also has worked together with dozens of business associations through the signing of financial agreements. The Activamos Plan, launched together with the four Galician councils, has also facilitated access to credit for many corporations.

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