Veterans seeking employment in the civilian world now have another tool at their disposal and another way to create opportunities for themselves and their families. JosÃ© Manuel Gonzã¡lez-Pã¡ramo, Board Member and Head of Global Economy, Regulation and Public Affairs at BBVA, attended a reception for the 2018-2019 Carolina Foundation Fellows. He explained the changes that could affect jobs in this era of constant digital transformation and highlighted BBVA`s commitment to Latin America. BANK. AUTHENTIC. DIFFERENTLY. This is our demand as an employer. We pig differently from typical bankers because we know exactly what it`s like to be a customer of a bank. Being personally there for our clients, supporting them, advancing them privately and professionally – this is how we give our clients a favourable wind.
That`s why we`re not looking for typical bankers, but tailwind givers. People who listen, do things differently out of conviction and stick to what they say. Personalities who take advantage of the opportunity in the team every day to inspire our customers. Our employees also benefit from a favorable wind and freedom. This is clearly reflected in our values: we live in flat hierarchies and simple, open and honest cooperation. We attach great importance to team spirit and always communicate at eye level. We have a practical mentality and act according to solutions. Reliability is important to us on our growth trajectory. At the same time, we offer security and stability for a prosperous professional future – as a subsidiary of Crédit Mutuel, one of the largest and most financially sound banks in Europe.
Together with our employees, we want to move TARGOBANK forward. Our goal is to offer private, professional and professional clients simple and individual solutions. We want to integrate banking services in our branches, in the service center and online in the best possible way. This makes us one of the best omnichannel banks in Germany. With 7,500 employees at more than 330 locations across Germany, we already work for our customers – in person, by phone or online. Join us on our way to the future. More information can be found on jobs.targobank.de Ricardo Forcano, Global Head of Talent and Culture at BBVA, told young participants at the employment forum organized by the newspaper El Paãs that the world we will live in for decades to come will be a world of constant and rapid change that will radically change the labor market. BBVA`s Head of Talent and Culture recommended that young job seekers cultivate their curiosity, empathy and integrity. Founded in 1857, BBVA is a global client-focused financial services group. The group is the leading bank in Spain and Mexico, has leading franchises in South America and the Sunbelt region of the United States and is the largest shareholder of the Turkish Bank Garanti. The diversified company focuses on high-growth markets and sees technology as an important competitive advantage.
Corporate responsibility is inherent in the business model, promotes inclusion and supports research and culture. BBVA works with the utmost integrity, long-term vision and best practices. It is also included in the main sustainability indices. BBVA is a global financial group with a diversified business that provides financial services in 35 countries to 70 million customers. It is a leading bank in the Spanish market and is the largest financial institution in Mexico. BBVA also has leading franchises in South America and the Sunbelt region of the United States. It also has a significant presence in Turkey (through strategic investments in Garanti Bank) and employs an extensive branch network worldwide. This balance between emerging and developed markets allows for higher revenue diversification and recurring earnings.
The best team. Our team is the cornerstone of our transformation and helps BBVA deliver the best customer experience anywhere in the world. 133,007 top-notch Diversity Talent employees. A BBVA employee is unique and sets us apart from any other company. In 2015, we developed our strategy and vision, and in 2016, we focused on how to achieve it. New culture New environment and new ways of working London, Paris and Berlin have long been at the forefront of European efforts to create a community of startups that can compete on an equal footing with Silicon Valley. At least as far as the number of employees is concerned, they are almost there. Recent data suggests that there are more than 515,000 software engineers spread across the three cities, not far from the 564,000 in the Bay Area. Sixty candidates worked continuously on the development of an analytical model and the development of a business solution based on the datasets provided by BBVA. The competition, which took place last week in Ciudad BBVA, was the final step in a selection process to attract new members to the Young Data Professionals program, a BBVA initiative to develop young advanced analytical talent. Futurist Jerome Glenn, CEO of Millennium Project, urges companies and governments to be proactive in the face of technological advances, outlining three different scenarios in which artificial intelligence can set the course for society. With the digital revolution and the advent of fintechs, financial companies need new employee profiles with mathematics and engineering.
These professionals are rare, so commitment to education, both internally and in collaboration with universities, is becoming increasingly important. BBVA is the Spanish bank with the greatest ability to attract and retain talent, according to the results of the 12th edition of the Merco Talento study. The 2017 ranking, led by clothing retailer Inditex, lists the top 100 companies to work for in Spain. New technologies and their presence in everyday life are radically changing the way we look at entertainment, social relationships and work. They have also created new professions that do not yet have a fixed educational path, such as video game developers. With the recent development of HR technology, the number of companies that use and use data to gain insights that determine their decision-making process has increased. This data-driven perspective is leading to a remarkable shift in the role of HR from reactive to proactive. From tactical to strategic. In a recent HR Tech Outlook article, Morgan Turnipseed, Director of People Analytics at BBVA Compass, shared his knowledge on how workforce analytics is becoming an integral part of the bank`s business.
Argentina`s small and medium-sized enterprises, despite their fiscal difficulties and access to credit, managed to survive the collapse in consumption. Now they are preparing to take advantage of the improved economic outlook, thanks to the credit and tax measures that the government will soon introduce to encourage them to invest.