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- With the Online Bankia Business can operate from any part of the world.
- We facilitate your payments, we finance your operations.
- We offer your suppliers non-recourse purchasing from your operations.
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Import Documentary Credit
This is the most secure payment method for buyer and seller because it represents an irrevocable commitment by the bank that issues it.
We offer each of your suppliers the possibility to collect payment in advance or to guarantee payment at maturity (reverse factoring guarantee).
Payment method chosen by buyer and seller when their relationship of trust is more consolidated.
A service that Bankia offers to importers, to easily process payments to their foreign suppliers.
Issue of Cheques
A document issued by a banking institution in favour of the exporter of the operation, the payment of which needs to be cancelled.
Deferment granted by Bankia.
Forfaiting of Imports
Financial product through which.
What is the net asset value?
The net asset value is the price of each share at one moment. It is calculated by dividing the equity of the fund between the number of shares in circulation at that particular moment.
In general, the managing company calculates the net asset value daily and has the obligation of announcing it via its website and the stock exchange bulletins.
There are certain funds that, due to their nature or the characteristics of the assets they invest in, can calculate the net asset value more frequently.
What is a structured deposit?
A structured deposit has its return linked to the evolution of certain underlying factors. These can be market indexes, share baskets, interest rates, inflation, currencies, etc.
There is a multitude of different structures and they vary mainly according to the conditions that have to be met to reach different levels of return.
Structured deposits have the same guarantee of the return of the principal as a traditional deposit.
What is a structured bond?
A structured bond has its return linked to the evolution of certain underlying factors. These can be market indexes, share baskets, interest rates, inflation, currencies, etc.
There is a multitude of different structures and they vary according to the conditions that have to be met to reach different levels of return or to total or partially amortise the product early.
The guarantee of a total or partial return of the principal and of the payment of possible interest earned on a structured bond corresponds to the issuer of the bond and, where applicable, to its guarantor, regardless of the institution through which it was acquired.
Statement of position:
This is a part of the public documentation which informs the unit holder of movements due to subscriptions or reimbursements in the fund.
(Euro Interbank Offered Rate). Interest rate of reference for the Euro area.
FIAMM (Money Market Investment Fund) A type of fund that, by law, must make its investments in fixed-yield securities of short-term maturity (up to 18 months) and high liquidity.