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Legal tip 1050. Bankia and its new Code of Ethics
17 October 2013 @ 20:59

Good to read. New era consolidating. Pro-people Banks. There is no other way ahead. Good economist and philosophers are playing their gorgeous song.

 The new Code of Ethics has, among other aims, to reinforce "mutual trust" between clients and Bank and assumes that,  from now on , " its performance will be oriented not only to assume its contractual commitments , but to market quality products and services, personalized and tailored to the characteristics and needs of clients"

Personalist philosophers to Banks, we claimed along these past years ( see here   and here and, if still want more even here )

 Bankia  wants to improve its relationship with suppliers and employees , fighting discrimination and promoting home-work balance. One of the keys to the new code is that the group is provided with a channel for complaints that can be used by both employees and suppliers and nit will be administered by an independent expert .

Banks finally understanding relationships. Congratulations!

Grazalema, Cadiz, South of Spain, at

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ads said:
18 October 2013 @ 16:27

Does this quote " its performance will be oriented not only to assume its contractual commitments" mean that they will honour Bank Guarantees now Maria?

We all need to expose the realities if they fail to honour this commitment.... An ideal opportunity to restore trust would be to honour generic Bank Guarantees and settle at preliminary hearings rather than drag out the legal process!

SandraD70 said:
18 October 2013 @ 21:48

My friend is a herrada del tollo creditor
He did Not sign the creditors agreement
He won everything at Alicante first instance
The banks appealed
The appeal court ruled he will lose legal fees and
Reduced by more than half his legal interest after six years
The banks are a disgrace and the courts???
Well you decide

SandraD70 said:
18 October 2013 @ 21:52

There is a lot of spin about the banks and legal system in Spain
But who is reporting the truth???
Spanish justice No thanks never ever again

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