Grupo Cooperativo Cajamar

Grupo Cooperativo Cajamar is the benchmark financial group for cooperative banking in Spain, being the 10th entity in the Spanish financial system by volume of assets. The Group is made up of eighteen rural savings banks and the Banco de Crédito Social Cooperativo, head of the group, which attend and advise the financing, savings and investment needs of its 3.5 million clients, carrying out all kinds of asset, liability and credit operations, and services: retail banking, corporate banking, mortgage financing, financial operations with non-residents, management of funds and assets, financial leasing, insurance and other secondary products for raising funds or financing clients. To do this, it has a network of more than 1,050 offices and agencies throughout Spain, as well as its own digital channels for electronic banking and mobile banking.

The activity of the Cajamar cooperative bank, due to its origins and connection to the social economy, is clearly aimed at contributing financial solutions to the economic and social development of the environment in which it operates, paying special attention to local productive sectors. such as the agri-food sector, small and medium-sized companies, the self-employed and the family economy.

The reality of its commitment to the social economy and sustainability, together with an adequate strategy of diversification, growth and expansion, has made Grupo Cajamar be considered an innovative, efficient and entrepreneurial financial group, with a multi-channel management model that combines the more advanced technologies and personal and direct attention, through its offices and agencies that are attended by its more than 5,500 professionals.

Cajamar has developed its own model of proximity banking focused on people as the axis for a model of sustainable development of the territory from a social, economic and environmental point of view. Commitment, proximity and direct knowledge of the environment are its differentiating elements; principles and values ​​closely linked to the social economy, in which, beyond the search for economic profitability, the focus is on the creation of shared value and a fairer and more equitable distribution of wealth.