Dancausa (Bankinter) sees it unfair to paint the bankers as a gang of rascals and rogues"
Dancausa (Bankinter) sees it unfair to paint the bankers as “a gang of rascals and rogues”
The executive believes that an “injustice” is committed by not recognizing the value that the financial sector has for society
The CEO of Bankinter, Dolores Dancausa , has affirmed that it is an “injustice” not to recognize the value that the financial sector has for society and that only an image of its managers be given as “a gang of rascals and rogues” that they take advantage of “the supposed ingenuity of others”.
Dancausa has indicated that he rebels against “this injustice”, since “it is not true” , and considers that Bankinter has maintained an “irreproachable” behavior, something that is not only a duty, but is “good business”. The CEO of Bankinter has acknowledged during his speech at the ordinary general meeting of shareholders of the entity that the reputation of Spanish banking “is passing its low hours” and at this time does not enjoy “the favor of society.”
However, he pointed out that “it is something natural”, given that the banking business consists of lending money and later recovering it with interest, something that, “by its very nature, is not something pleasant”. Thus, he pointed out that the unpopularity of the bank “has gone ‘in crescendo'” in recent times and has reached limits that make it “absolutely unjustified and, above all, absolutely unfair”.
In his opinion, the “enormous efforts” the bank has made to adapt and accept the “severe” regulatory requirements and those that have been carried out by “healthy entities” to come to the rescue of entities have been “completely ignored”. victims of looting “by some” alleged executives appointed for political and non-professional merits. “