Historical review of Bankia 2010 to 2020

About Bankia

The origin of Bankia dates to July 2010, when six savings banks merged to form an Institutional Protection System (in Spanish, a SIP). The resulting group - Banco Financiero y de Ahorros (BFA) - traded under the Bankia brand. The organisation launched on the stock market in July 2011 and was nationalised the following year in the throes of the economic crisis. Chaired by José Ignacio Goirigolzarri, the bank implemented a Restructuring Plan approved by the European Commission, and carried out two strategic plans that would make it the leader in solvency among the spanish banks. In December 2020, Bankia agreed to merge with CaixaBank.

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Press

Check out Bankia’s news until 2020 and a summary of news, information dossiers and articles.

Annual reports

Get detailed information about Bankia’s activities and main milestones between 2012 and 2020.

Financial information

Access the history of annual, semi-annual and quarterly reports, as well as information with prudential relevance and presentations.

Corporate governance and Remuneration

Consult Bankia's annual remuneration and corporate governance reports until 2020.