SANTA CRUZ DE TENERIFE, 20 Sep. (EUROPA PRESS) –
BBVA has launched two lines of financing, one for individuals and the other for SMEs and the self-employed. In both, the loans can be requested by both clients and non-clients affected by the volcanic eruption that began yesterday in the Cabeza de Vaca area (El Paso), in order to carry out the necessary repair and reconstruction tasks.
In the case of affected SMEs and the self-employed, BBVA has approved a special financing line. Those interested will be able to count on financing under preferential conditions, also without opening and cancellation commission, to contribute to the return to their activity once the volcanic crisis has passed and in the shortest possible time. In the case of individuals, these are loans without an opening or cancellation fee and with a fixed rate of 0%.
The territorial director of BBVA in the Canary Islands, Guadalupe Hernández, is in constant contact with the BBVA team on the island of La Palma, today, and the offices of Tazacorte and Los Llanos de Aridane with the in order to ensure the safety of employees and customers. The offices in Santa Cruz de La Palma, Breña Baja and San Andrés y Sauces remain open, in addition to service through non-face-to-face channels, which continues to be provided normally throughout the island.
In addition, BBVA Seguros has contacted its policyholders via SMS this morning in the municipalities of Los Llanos de Aridane, Tazacorte, El Paso and Fuencaliente, indicating the telephone number of the Insurance Compensation Consortium (900 222 665), who will be in charge of processing claims. Those affected also have at their disposal the telephone number 918 362 090 and the BBVA offices on the island of La Palma, where they can answer their questions.