The closing of the legal union of Bankia and CaixaBank is a matter of weeks. The objective of both entities is to complete this merger before the end of March and some pending details have already been confirmed in recent days for the union of the management of both banks. Although the composition of the board of directors has already been advanced after the announcement of the agreement (composed of 15 directors, of which six are women), it was not until last week that it was known who will make up the second echelon of the leadership, the committee of direction. One point in this body has raised criticism from the unions: only two of the fourteen people that make it up are women.
The bank rejects cuts in ICO credits but urges the Government to avoid delinquencies with more aid to companies