CaixaBank is the first Spanish bank to issue a Social Bond to support the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
09/24/2019 Since 1 year
The issuance, for a value of 1 billion euros maturing over 5 years, will contribute to fighting poverty and creating jobs in economically disadvantaged areas of Spain. Loans are being funded to fight poverty, advocate dignified employment and create job, including loans granted by MicroBank to individuals or families who live in Spain, and have a limited total available income.
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