Sustainability: Commitment towards society

Financial Education

The Ibercaja Group seeks to promote a better understanding of the economic and financial aspects that have the greatest impact on the particular finances of its clients, promoting accurate knowledge of banking practices and the consequences arising from the procurement of products and services.

As a result of this commitment, the Ibercaja Group has acceded to the Collaboration Agreement signed by the Spanish Confederation of Savings Banks, the National Securities Market Commission and the Bank of Spain to develop the Plan de Educación Financiera that aims to contribute to the improvement of the financial culture of citizens, providing them with tools , skills and knowledge to make your financial decisions.
Since 2013, the Ibercaja Banking Foundation has been developing an education program for Basic Finance.

Likewise, we are also part of “Red Española de Educación Financiera” promoted by CECA.
This program includes:
  • Seminars with financial, secondary and university education students
  • Seminars with NGOs
  • Online sessions for the original audience

Another evidence of this commitment is the agreement made with the Institute of Spanish Exchanges and Markets on training and financial disclosure. With this agreement, we aim to contribute to the promotion of financial culture, providing our clients, employees and society at large with the opportunity to receive training in this field, through the development of activities, programs and projects in the finance and stock market sector.


For more information:
Revista Economía Aragonesa n.56. Artículo Cultura Financiera
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It aims to promote basic "financial literacy" for all citizens." All program activities are free of charge. The program has numerous recognitions and performs more than 70% of the actions of a face-to-face nature, counting from the beginning more than 26,000 participants in its scheduled actions.

The program directs its actions to a wide spectrum of the population, from schoolchildren from 5th grade to adult population, adapting in each case both the content and the type of activity and the methodology used, combining the face-to-face and online format. A number of initiatives are currently under way with the aim of responding to the needs of the priority groups of this programme:
  • Online financial literacy for the elderly
  • Easy accounts. Basic finance workshops for young people with disabilities
  • Pill videos for entrepreneurs