Monday, October 14, 2013

Unicaja Offices : Two peculiarities of its facilities

Unicaja offices whose main particularity its growing importance in the Andalusian region , being the state with the highest number of ATMs and points of sale in Andalusia.

about Unicaja

Unicaja is the trade name of Monte de Piedad and Savings Bank of Ronda, Almeria, Cadiz , Antequera , Malaga and Jaen, a credit institution of a social nature and foundations , the result of the merger of the following savings :

    Monte de Piedad and Savings Bank of Ronda.

    Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Cádiz .

    Monte de Piedad and Savings Bank of Almeria.

    Caja de Ahorros Provincial de Málaga

    Savings and Loan Antequera.

    Caja de Ahorros Provincial de Jaén .

Unicaja is governed , generally, by the rules of law , and specifically , on the current status of savings banks in Andalucía.

The entity is controlled , operated and administered by the General Assembly , the Board of Directors and the Supervisory Board .
The branch network of Unicaja

Unicaja 's registered office is located in Malaga, and currently (data observed in June 2011) , has a network of 953 offices located in 17 Spanish provinces and two autonomous cities , Ceuta and Melilla

They also have international representation through offices in Brussels , Casablanca , Frankfurt and London.

It also has several agreements with foreign banks that do expand , even more , their network of contacts .
Two peculiarities of their offices

The most significant characteristic of Unicaja office network is its strong presence in the Andalusian region , with offices in each of the provinces of the region.

Unicaja is also the state with the highest number of ATMs , POS terminals and payment cards in circulation in Andalusia.

With this, Unicaja has become one of the largest savings banks in Andalusia and the rest of Spain , as it adds to their offices Andalusian representation in the provinces of Albacete , Alicante , Barcelona , Badajoz , Madrid , Murcia , Ciudad Real , Toledo , Valencia and the autonomous cities of Ceuta and Melilla

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