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BBVA offers SMEs and freelancers up to 25 billion euros to mitigate the impact of the coronavirus

BBVA has activated a help protocol to aid SMEs and freelancers in Spain, a key group in our business fabric that is being directly impacted by the consequences of the coronavirus. The plan relies on two areas: enhancing its digital capacities and immediate lines of credit of up to 25 billion euros.

BBVA is aware of the impact that the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) is having on SMEs and freelancers in Spain. In this context, the bank wants to be even more supportive of this group and continue providing support and constantly addressing their needs.

Given the current restrictions on personal mobility, the power of digital and remote channels is even more important. They make it possible to do almost all the transactions that SMEs and self-employed workers need without having to go anywhere.

As a result, BBVA will enhance the facilities it is offering by reinforcing the teams that support digital and remote channels, in order to prevent any disruption to the service.

BBVA is also offering SMEs and self-employed workers immediate liquidity facilities of up to 25 billion euros to help manage the impact of the coronavirus on their businesses. Likewise, all staff and advisers continue to monitor the situation so they can offer help and take the necessary measures at all times.