CaixaBank creates a new Climate Risk Unit

Sustainability & Regulation
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21/07/2022 news

After the merger of CaixaBank and Bankia, Spain's leading financial institution decided to commit to sustainability as a core element to its development. This commitment is further evidenced through the creation of the new Climate Risk Unit as part of the Sustainability Directorate, led by Eugenio Solla. This structural change strengthens the bank's commitment to sustainability, one of the pillars of the new 2022–2024 Strategic Plan, in order to promote sustainable economic and social development.

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