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Unicaja

Unicaja logoUnicaja (Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Ronda, Cádiz, Almería, Málaga y Antequera), is a financial institution based in Málaga, Spain and chartered as a caja de ahorros, similar to what would be called a savings and loan association in the U.S. Unicaja has network of 935 branches spread out around 18 Spanish provinces, Ceuta, Melilla, Brussels, Casablanca, Frankfurt and London. Unicaja's ATM and point of sale terminal network is the largest in Andalusia and it has the largest number of payment cards in circulation in the region (Andalusia).

Unicaja's international presence is widened through CECA’s network of representative offices and 2,000 foreign corresponding banks, which are renowned international banks. This network extends across the world (United States, United Kingdom, Germany, France, Switzerland, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Morocco, etc.) and these corresponding banks are market leaders in their respective countries.
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Headquarter Malaga, Spain
Key People Enrique Sanchez del Villar (CEO)
Head Office Avenida de Andalucia, No. 10 and 12, Malaga
Phone 952 138 000
Fax 952 138 081
Official Site www.unicajabanco.es Website
SWIFT Code UCJAES2M
Founded 1991
ID: 1581. Updated: 03.10.2020

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