La caja de canarias tenerife

La caja de canarias tenerife

Caja canarias bank

In 2010, it integrated its financial business together with those of Caja Navarra, Cajasol and Caja de Burgos into the SIP Banca Cívica, which was absorbed by CaixaBank on August 3, 2012.[3] As a consequence of losing its financial business, Cajacanarias had to become a foundation.
Caja General de Ahorros de Canarias arose as a result of the merger, on March 23, 1984, of the two existing savings banks in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Caja General de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Caja de Ahorros Insular de La Palma.
On August 3, 2012, the deed of the merger was registered in the Mercantile Registry, resulting in the merger by absorption of Banca Cívica by CaixaBank and the extinction of the former.[3] It was not until February 2014 that the merger took place.
It was not until February 2014 when the Government of the Canary Islands terminated its management role in the transformation process. From then on, the Board of Trustees of the entity took control. The special character of the entity disappeared and it became an ordinary foundation.[12] The Canary Islands Government was the only one to assume control.

Lagenda tenerife

13 July, 2021Yasiel Sotero, the third best European record holder in the U23 categoryAlso the Tenerife CajaCanarias athlete, David Delgado, played a very outstanding role in the 400m hurdles, qualifying for the final and becoming the eighth best sprinter on the continent in his category.
2 July, 2021Samuel García, heading for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic GamesThe Tenerife CajaCanarias sprinter, called to be part of the mixed 4×400 relay, will be the fourth athlete from the white-and-white team to count on an Olympic Games in his sporting curriculum, after Mario Pestano, Iván Ramallo and José Carlos Hernández.
30 June, 2021Canarian athlete Samuel García, officially called up for the Tokyo OlympicsThe Tenerife CajaCanarias sprinter will be part of the mixed 4×400 relay along with Bernat Erta and Laura Bueno, for now, in the most important event in world sport.

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In 2010, it integrated its financial business along with those of Caja Navarra, Cajasol and Caja de Burgos into the SIP Banca Cívica, which was absorbed by CaixaBank on August 3, 2012.[3] As a consequence of losing its financial business, Cajacanarias had to become a foundation.
Caja General de Ahorros de Canarias arose as a result of the merger, on March 23, 1984, of the two existing savings banks in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Caja General de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Caja de Ahorros Insular de La Palma.
On August 3, 2012, the deed of the merger was registered in the Mercantile Registry, resulting in the merger by absorption of Banca Cívica by CaixaBank and the extinction of the former.[3] It was not until February 2014 that the merger took place.
It was not until February 2014 when the Government of the Canary Islands terminated its management role in the transformation process. From then on, the Board of Trustees of the entity took control. The special character of the entity disappeared and it became an ordinary foundation.[12] The Canary Islands Government was the only one to assume control.

Tea tenerife

In 2010, it integrated its financial business together with those of Caja Navarra, Cajasol and Caja de Burgos into the SIP Banca Cívica, which was absorbed by CaixaBank on August 3, 2012.[3] As a consequence of losing its financial business, Cajacanarias had to become a foundation.
Caja General de Ahorros de Canarias arose as a result of the merger, on March 23, 1984, of the two existing savings banks in the province of Santa Cruz de Tenerife: Caja General de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Santa Cruz de Tenerife and Caja de Ahorros Insular de La Palma.
On August 3, 2012, the deed of the merger was registered in the Mercantile Registry, resulting in the merger by absorption of Banca Cívica by CaixaBank and the extinction of the former.[3] It was not until February 2014 that the merger took place.
It was not until February 2014 when the Government of the Canary Islands terminated its management role in the transformation process. From then on, the Board of Trustees of the entity took control. The special character of the entity disappeared and it became an ordinary foundation.[12] The Canary Islands Government was the only one to assume control.

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