Kutxabank and the Basque employers Adegi, Cebek and SEA have signed a financing plan for companies of 2,000 million that will keep pace with the arrival of funds from the Next Generation community program.
The initiative is organized into four lines of action. The first, PreNext, will cover the initial investments of those projects that plan to request community support, even before the processing of the aid. Another phase, Anticipa, will advance the money from the subsidies already approved, but whose collection takes place over time.
The CoNext line will complement the additional financing needs that arise after the receipt of Next Generation funds. Finally, Avalanext will cover the technical guarantees required in the grant request phase.
The bank will also offer its clients specific services in relation to Next Generation, such as training actions and specialized attention. As well as an online platform that will facilitate a self-diagnosis on access to aid and on which ones have a fit in each company.
The agreement with the three Basque employers has a duration of three years. The CEO of Kutxabank, Javier García Lurueña, participated in its signing, held this Thursday. For the business organizations, the agreement was signed by Eduardo Junkera (Adegi), Carolina Pérez Toledo (Cebek) and Pascal Gómez (SEA).