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Unicaja Banco is working to mitigate the economic impact of the crisis caused by the coronavirus on SMEs, freelancers and other companies. For those purposes, among other measures, it strengthens the guarantee funding facilities. In particular, in addition to the ICO Guarantee Covid-19 Facility, approved by the Government, the bank has joined the Garántia Covid-19 Liquidity Facility, promoted by the Junta de Andalucía.Further information
Unicaja Banco, within the framework of specific measures that it has been implementing since the start of the coronavirus crisis, supports shops with the temporary waiver of the maintenance fee of point-of-sale terminals (PoST), in traditional non-virtual shops.Further information
Unicaja Banco faces the current situation from a position of financial soundness and strength, which will enable to provide support to customers in the current context of difficulty, to respond to the coming changes in the society and to look towards the future as a solid business projectFurther information
Unicaja Banco brings forward again the payment of pensions and unemployment benefits. The aim of the bank is to contribute to reduce the effects of the coronavirus crisis on those in a situation of vulnerability.Further information
Unicaja Banco customers will not have to pay a fee for withdrawing money on debit at any ATM throughout Spain during the state of alarm, declared by the Government to fight the expansion of coronavirus.Further information
Unicaja Banco brings forward the payment of unemployment benefits to contribute to mitigate the consequences of the crisis caused by the coronavirus on the most vulnerable.Further information
Unicaja Banco has been promoting a set of measures since the beginning of the coronavirus crisis to support its customers and to ensure their safety and also that of its employees.Further information
With a view to mitigating the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis on those in a situation of vulnerability, Unicaja Banco is going to exempt from the payment of half of the rent to the holders of lease agreements of properties integrated in the Social Housing Fund while the state of alarm is in force.Further information
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