CECA has created the virtual exhibition “Learn to save: educating on saving, the source of financial education” to commemorate its 90th anniversary (1928-2018) and to celebrate Financial Education Day and World Savings Day, the prelude and climax to a month dedicated to financial culture. The exhibition is a tribute to saving and the reflection of a story of how educating on saving has shifted towards financial education.
Investments in Social Projects from CECA Sector companies reached over 34 million recipients in 2017. This is just one of the figures provided in the Social Projects Report 2017, which also states that the total investment exceeded 800 million euros in 2017 and financed 115,210 activities.
Savings banks, and banks created by them, made a total fiscal contribution of 4,837 million euros in 2017. Of this total amount, 2,287 million euros correspond to taxes incurred, i.e. those which represent a cost for companies and affect their profits, while 2,550 million euros correspond to taxes collected, i.e. those which are collected or withheld from third parties.
Spain ranked the second cheapest European country for the provision of basic digital banking services.
CECA is a banking association committed to promoting, defending, and representing its associated companies' interests, giving them advice, and cementing their social mission.
As a banking association, our activities are divided into four key areas: Institutional Representation, Economic and Regulatory Analysis, Social Investment and Labour Representation.
CECA associated credit institutions are characterised by the so-called 3Rs: Retail, Responsible, and Rooted (Rooted in the community):