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On July 19, 2013, the deed of merger of Banco de Valencia and CaixaBank was registered in the Mercantile Registry, so that the integration of Banco de Valencia into CaixaBank became fully effective.[1] The «Banco de Valencia» brand was maintained in branches located in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, changing the traditional red color of the brand for the black of «la Caixa» and incorporating the «la Caixa» brand.
The «Banco de Valencia» brand was maintained in the branches located in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, changing the traditional red color of the brand for the black of «la Caixa», and incorporating in turn the characteristic star of the Catalan entity.[2] In June 2014, the decision was taken to also label the branches of CaixaBank (with the «la Caixa» brand) in those provinces with the «Banco de Valencia» brand.[3] In June 2014, the decision was taken to also label the branches of CaixaBank (with the «la Caixa» brand) in those provinces with the «Banco de Valencia» brand.[3
On June 12, 2013, the General Shareholders’ Meeting of Banco de Valencia approved the integration into CaixaBank. It was agreed to maintain the Banco de Valencia brand in the branches that the bank had in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón with a double labeling to also indicate that they belonged to CaixaBank.[12] On July 19, 2013, Banco de Valencia’s shareholders approved the integration of the bank into CaixaBank.
On July 19, 2013, the deed of merger of Banco de Valencia and CaixaBank was registered in the Mercantile Registry, so the integration of Banco de Valencia into CaixaBank became fully effective.[1] On July 19, 2013, the merger was registered in the Mercantile Registry.

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On July 19, 2013, the deed of merger of Banco de Valencia and CaixaBank was registered in the Mercantile Registry, so the integration of Banco de Valencia into CaixaBank became fully effective.[1] The «Banco de Valencia» brand was maintained in branches located in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, changing the traditional red color of the brand for the black color of «la Caixa» and incorporating «la Caixa».
The «Banco de Valencia» brand was maintained in the branches located in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, changing the traditional red color of the brand for the black of «la Caixa», and incorporating in turn the characteristic star of the Catalan entity.[2] In June 2014, the decision was taken to also label the branches of CaixaBank (with the «la Caixa» brand) in those provinces with the «Banco de Valencia» brand.[3] In June 2014, the decision was taken to also label the branches of CaixaBank (with the «la Caixa» brand) in those provinces with the «Banco de Valencia» brand.[3
On June 12, 2013, the General Shareholders’ Meeting of Banco de Valencia approved the integration into CaixaBank. It was agreed to maintain the Banco de Valencia brand in the branches that the bank had in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón with a double labeling to also indicate that they belonged to CaixaBank.[12] On July 19, 2013, the General Shareholders’ Meeting of Banco de Valencia approved the integration of the bank into CaixaBank.
On July 19, 2013, the deed of merger of Banco de Valencia and CaixaBank was registered in the commercial registry, so that the integration of Banco de Valencia into CaixaBank became fully effective.[1] On July 19, 2013, the merger was registered in the commercial registry.

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CaixaBank’s headquarters will remain in Valencia, where Bankia and the Catalan entity itself were located until now. This not only strengthens the ties between Madrid and Barcelona, where the major teams will be located, but also reinforces the Valencian Community as a region with a strong financial presence and activity. In fact, Sabadell has its headquarters in Alicante.
For the Valencian Community it was a strategic issue to maintain CaixaBank’s headquarters. Although it has been a region with a financial tradition, it saw how the crisis that began in 2008 took away its main banks: Bancaja, Banco de Valencia and Caja Mediterráneo.
In a way, both CaixaBank and Bankia were heirs to part of that Valencian financial tradition, as CaixaBank now occupies the building of the former Banco de Valencia, on Pintor Sorolla Street, which was acquired in November 2012 through an express auction by the FROB.
A few meters away, Bankia occupies the former headquarters of Bancaja, and it so happens that between the two buildings there is a small palace occupied by Sabadell, although the latter has its registered office in Alicante.

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On July 19, 2013, the deed of merger of Banco de Valencia and CaixaBank was registered in the Mercantile Registry, so that the integration of Banco de Valencia into CaixaBank became fully effective.[1] The «Banco de Valencia» brand was maintained in branches located in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, changing the traditional red color of the brand for the black of «la Caixa» and incorporating «la Caixa».
The «Banco de Valencia» brand was maintained in the branches located in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón, changing the traditional red color of the brand for the black of «la Caixa», and incorporating in turn the characteristic star of the Catalan entity.[2] In June 2014, the decision was taken to also label the branches of CaixaBank (with the «la Caixa» brand) in those provinces with the «Banco de Valencia» brand.[3] In June 2014, the decision was taken to also label the branches of CaixaBank (with the «la Caixa» brand) in those provinces with the «Banco de Valencia» brand.[3
On June 12, 2013, the General Shareholders’ Meeting of Banco de Valencia approved the integration into CaixaBank. It was agreed to maintain the Banco de Valencia brand in the branches that the bank had in the provinces of Valencia and Castellón with a double labeling to also indicate that they belonged to CaixaBank.[12] On July 19, 2013, the General Shareholders’ Meeting of Banco de Valencia approved the integration of the bank into CaixaBank.
On July 19, 2013, the deed of merger of Banco de Valencia and CaixaBank was registered in the Mercantile Registry, so the integration of Banco de Valencia into CaixaBank became fully effective.[1] On July 19, 2013, the merger was registered in the Mercantile Registry.

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