Cajamar Caja Rural is the leading rural savings bank and credit union in Spain. It has 1.4 million members and 4 million customers.
It was established as a result of the merger between rural savings banks in Andalusia (Almería and Málaga, 2000), Murcia (Campo de Cartagena, 1989), Madrid (Grumeco, 2000), Castile-León (Caja Rural del Duero, 2007), the Balearic Islands (Caixa Rural de Balears, 2010), Community of Valencia (CajaCampo, 2011; Caja Rural Castellón and Ruralcaja, 2012; Caja Rural de Casinos and Crédit Valencia, 2013) and the Canarian islands (Caja Rural de Canarias, 2013).
At 30 June 2016, the Cajamar Cooperative Group, has assets amounted to 39,892 million euros, managed business volume of 67,773 million euros, solvency ratio of 11.58%, CET1 phased in of 11.40%, 1,223 branches, 6,091 employees.
Cajamar operates in 42 provinces in Andalusia, Aragón, Asturias, Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castile-La Mancha, Castile-León, Catalonia, Community of Valencia, Extremadura, Galicia, La Rioja, Madrid, Navarra, Murcia, and the autonomous cities Ceuta and Melilla.
- Chairman: D. Eduardo Baamonde Noche
- Managing director: Francisco González López
- Registered Address: Plaza de Barcelona, 5. 04006 - Almería
- Telephone: 902 20 60 20
- Apartado de Correos 250-04080
- 902 20 60 20
- Cajamar Caja Rural, Sociedad Cooperativa de Crédito.
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