Bankia S.A.

Business Focus

corporate banking

Bankia was founded on December 3, 2010 to consolidate the operations of seven regional savings banks. In May 2012 Bankia was partially nationalized by Spanish government to avoid financial collapse. Bankia has two strategic business segments: retail banking and corporate banking, and also provides products and services in private banking, asset management and capital markets. Bankia S.A. operated as a branch of Bankia, S.A. (Spain).

Bank Category

Branches of foreign banks

Deposit Guarantee

Guarantee Fund
Fondo de Garantía de Depósitos de Entidades de Crédito (FGD)Fondo de Garantía de Depósitos de Entidades de Crédito (FGD)
Protected Amount
up to 100,000 EUR
Eligible Depositors
natural persons
legal entities
Covered Accounts
credit balances on accounts

Bankia S.A. participates in the deposit guarantee scheme of Spain. This deposit guarantee scheme applies to credit balances on accounts made by natural persons, legal entities and covers up to up to 100,000 EUR per bank per depositor. Bankia S.A. is a member of Fondo de Garantía de Depósitos de Entidades de Crédito (FGD) and makes its contributions into it.


2 Grand Canal Square, Grand Canal Harbour, 2, Dublin, Ireland

Bankia S.A. was located in Dublin.

Bank Identifiers


Bank History

Close Date
December 2015

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