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Caja Navarra

  1. 1. Civic Banking Social Innovation to Better Compete 1 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  2. 2. 1. Introduction: Spanish market/savings banks 2. Previous considerations about innovation 3. Form lation 3 Formulation of CAN’s strategy strateg 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right 5. The evolution of Civic Banking 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 2 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  3. 3. Spanish banking market • Highly developed. • 290 banks serving 45 million people. people – 45,000 branches. • Highly profitable. – D it l Despite large number of b b f branches. h – $4.5 trillion in assets. 3 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  4. 4. Savings banks • Spanish savings banks historically have been based in local communities. – Typically, their boards are split among local political organizations, employees and customers. l d • All savings banks dedicate a percentage of profits to social work. – Ranging from 17% to 35 g g 7 35%. – Caja Navarra returns 30%. • Savings banks hold half of the overall $4.5 trillion in assets in the Spanish banking sector. sector • Savings Banks are non-profit-making financial institutions whose main h t i ti is that t f their fit ll t d for i t ’ characteristic i th t part of th i profits are allocated f society’s development and well-being. • Spanish Savings Banks are full credit institutions, with freedom to act and l l i ll completely operationally on a par with the rest of the institutions i the ih h f h i i i in h Spanish financial system. They are incorporated under the legal form of private foundations with a social purpose… – Caja Navarra 4 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  5. 5. • A savings bank based in Pamplona, Spain. 2007 figures: • R Revenues: 406.3 illi 406 3 million euros ($627 million) ($62 illi ) – Up 26.0% from 2006. • Profits: 175.0 175 0 million euros ($270 million) – Up 24.3% from 2006. • Return on equity: 17 0% 17.0% • Branches: 351 • Employees: p y 1,913 ,9 3 • Market share: above 50% in its geographic area 5 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  6. 6. 1. Introduction: Spanish market/savings banks 2. Previous considerations about innovation 3. Form lation 3 Formulation of CAN’s strategy strateg 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right 5. The evolution of Civic Banking 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 6 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  7. 7. i id i 2. Previous considerations about innovation… b i i >> Implemented >> It`s not just brainstorming >> Not the same as It s research >> Genetic >> It covers everything >> First and foremost strategy…. Where we want to compete 7 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  8. 8. An Innovation factory • Caja Navarra intentionally recruits people who don t fit the standard profile don’t of bankers. – Seeking innovators. – Highly unusual for savings bank, which traditionally are sleepy and slow-moving. – Employees are supposed to devote 20 minutes a day to innovative ideas ideas. An employee Blog is focused on innovation. • The bank’s innovation group is small and new. – Only 3 people. – The group both seeks ideas from inside the bank and scans for innovation examples from around the world world. Tying innovation to the business model: • Civic Banking bases its identity on social innovation and is expressed in finance, organization, products, technology, etc., penetrating all areas of our bank. This innovation model gives us the answer of every step we want to do. Also, it makes our employees to be protagonists of this process, as they are surrounded by a complete i f hi h d db l innovation vision of the bank. 8 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  9. 9. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking at CAN 1.913 people drive Civic Banking >> 88% have graduate degrees >> with an average age of 36 >> 1 800 €/employee[+5% day in training] >> 1.800 Survey: 3,78 out of 5. 9 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  10. 10. 1. Introduction: Spanish market/savings banks 2. Previous considerations about innovation 3. Form lation 3 Formulation of CAN’s strategy strateg 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right 5. The evolution of Civic Banking 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 10 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  11. 11. 3. Formulation of CAN’s strategy Civic Banking >> creating rights for clients/citizens >> by introducing duties for CAN to follow 11 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  12. 12. 3. Formulation of CAN’s strategy 01 Ch Choosing i 02 Being Informed and Deciding 04 Participating 05 Becoming 03 Being Bankers reported 650.000 650 000 being empowered 12 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  13. 13. 1. Introduction: Spanish market/savings banks 2. Previous considerations about innovation 3. Form lation 3 Formulation of CAN’s strategy strateg 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right 5. The evolution of Civic Banking 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 13 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  14. 14. 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right At the end of 2003, CAN created the right for its clients to choose the destiny of its social work 1. It all began… with one problem: What can we do to make the client feel a part of our social work? 2. It occurred to us… an idea: They should decide 2. We had to make a concession: Those who made the decisions would have to give up the power 14 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  15. 15. 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right The clients chose where to allocate the profits earned by CAN. They chose human needs over activities and things. 15 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  16. 16. 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’, the creation of a right Evolution of CAN’s 50,25 allocation of social 4 , 42,00 spending in millions of euros 24 00 24,00 26,40 21,50 16,50 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 ‘You Choose: You Decide’ 16 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  17. 17. 1. Introduction: Spanish market/savings banks 2. Previous considerations about innovation 3. Form lation 3 Formulation of CAN’s strategy strateg 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right 5. The evolution of Civic Banking 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 17 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  18. 18. 5. The evolution banca cívica 3. Evolución a la of Civic Banking This is an expression of Civic Banking [Civic Account] 650.000 letters to the clients>> 10.000 client reactions collected >> 90% positive reactions >> the clients highlighted transparency, bravery and and they valued their decisions more >> CAN grows and competes better. 18 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  19. 19. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking • The “Volcan” program allows Caja Navarra customers to do volunteer work for the social projects and institutions that they choose to support through “You Choose: You Decide.” – “Volcan” puts customers in touch with nonprofits. – Also provides training. • “We are heading towards a new society and we are building the future together.” Volunteers in Zaragoza 19 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  20. 20. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking [Meeting points and Accountability] In 2007 > 6.000 volunteer opportunities offered by projects > 2.750 volunteers in 372 Projects > 22.000 volunteer hours> 200 accountability sessions > More than 7.500 have attended accountability sessions In 2008* > 16.878 volunteer opportunities offered by projects > 5.857 volunteers in 697 Projects > 37.318 volunteer hours >209 Accountability Session > More than 9.500 people have attended accountability sessions * June 08 20 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  21. 21. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking The newest customer right: “Know and Decide Where Your Savings are Invested Invested” • Customers can choose in between 6 specific purposes for their savings accounts to be invested into. – “You Choose: You Decide” concerns only how the bank’s ll fi d overall profits are returned to the community, not what i h i h it does with assets of specific customers. • All this transparency in investing is causing nonprofit organizations to send their patrons to Caja Navarra. Navarra – For example, a priest in Navarre encourages parishioners to vote for his church so that it can be rebuilt rebuilt. 21 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  22. 22. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking This is an expression of Civic Banking [Canchas] The physical space of civic banking… 22 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  23. 23. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking • These branches are called “Canchas” because in Spanish “dar cancha” is to give an opportunity g pp y and to give exposure. A “Cancha” is a place where people share, and this branch is as much ours as it is our customers’.’ • Canchas are places where, besides • Currently 175 Canchas. Canchas making financial transactions, our customers and non-customers can – Half of the bank’s branches, have a coffee, read books or including all new ones. newspapers, newspapers connect to the – “In the future, all our branches In future Internet, enjoy shows, talks and will be like this. Without barriers concerts. between our financial advisers – For children: magic shows, shows and ou custome s. In line with our customers. n clowns and puppets. our strategy.” – Book groups are encouraged. – 40-50 Canchas opening each year. Canchas are equipped with • – All C h i d ith 12.5% Operating costs for Canchas are 12 5% wifi and webcams. higher than for standard branches. 23 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  24. 24. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking This is an expression of Civic Banking [Cancha offices] [C h ffi ] In 2007, 65.000 people entered >> they surfed the internet for 18.000 h hours >> they enjoyed h j d 12.000 hours of lectures >> they developed more than 1581 activities >> 300 concerts >> More than 47.000 hours of children’s games >> they freed more than 1.000 books through the movement Bookcrossing. In 2008*, they have passed, more than 71.000, ….. * June 08 24 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  25. 25. What civic banking means for Caja Navarra customers •They choose and decide 100% of the social works and present projects. [You choose: you decide] •They know how much we earn with them and how much they contribute to social projects they choose. [Civic account] •They receive information from the association, NGO or body, which indicates what they do with the money allocated to them for social projects. [Social profit and loss account] •They participate as volunteers in projects of their choice. [Volcan] •They share our spaces, enjoy them, use them. [Canchas] •They understand us because we talk to them in their language and gender, with clarity and transparency. [Contracts] 25 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  26. 26. 1. Introduction: Spanish market/savings banks 2. Previous considerations about innovation 3. Form lation 3 Formulation of CAN’s strategy strateg 4. ‘You Choose: You Decide’ the creation of a right 5. The evolution of Civic Banking 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 26 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  27. 27. 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 2007 Results CAN 2001 / 2007 2001 2007 MM € MM € Multiplier CREDIT INVESTMENT 4.500 12.500 x 2,8 RESOURCES MANAGED 6.467 11.860 x 1,8 CONSOLIDATED PBT 64 182 x 2,8 NO. NO OF EMPLOYEES 1.413 1 413 1.913 1 913 x14 1,4 NO. OF OFFICES 231 351 x 1,5 EFFICIENCY 64% 50% x 0,78 Profit d L P fit and Loss Account A t dic07 dic06 VARIACIÓN Importe % CONSOLIDATED TURNOVER 406.281 322.427 83.854 26,01 Operating expenses 202.810 158.587 44.223 27,89 MARGEN EXPLOTACIÓN 203.471 163.840 39.631 24,19 Other net results -21.218 -11.976 -9.242 77,17 RESULTS BEFORE TAX 182.253 151.864 30.389 20,01 Income taxes and others 6.643 10.917 -4.274 -39,15 RESULTS AFTER TAX 175.610 140.947 34.663 24,59 GROUP RESULTS 175.037 140.848 34.189 24,27 27 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  28. 28. 6. Economic results, and beyond economics 1st semester 2008 Results Junio-08 Junio-07 Variación CONCEPTOS Miles € Miles € Importe % MARGEN INTERMEDIACION 167.686 130.187 37.499 28,80 MARGEN INTERMEDIACION AGREGADO 177.588 177 588 145 528 145.528 32.061 32 061 22,03 22 03 MARGEN BASICO 203.111 171.315 31.796 18,56 Gastos de explotacion 108.372 91.134 17.238 18,91 MARGEN EXPLOTACION RECURRENTE 94.739 80.181 14.558 18,16 Resultado operaciones financieras -5.025 2.601 -7.626 -293,17 MARGEN EXPLOTACION 89.714 82.782 6.932 8,37 Dotación y provisiones 29.313 24.176 5.136 21,25 Operaciones y extraordinarios 44.878 39.993 4.885 12,21 RESULTADO ANTES IMPUESTOS 105.280 98.599 6.680 6,78 Impuesto sobre beneficios y otros 4.942 8.561 -3.620 -42,28 RESULTADO DESPUES IMPUESTOS 100.338 90.038 10.300 11,44 28 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  29. 29. Pioneers in Civic Banking If you are interested on developing a similar strategy, contact : pablo.armendariz@cajanavarra.es Tel: +34948208505 29 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  30. 30. 5. The evolution of Civic Banking % increase in % increase in customers customers through Civic B ki Banking 15,2% 8,7% 7,4% 7 4% 41% Navarra Outside of 59% Navarra 2006 2007 30 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  31. 31. 6. Economic results, and beyond economics B. Financial proselytism >> The Pride is extended to the customer ‘In Can more than just banking happens >> “Bring your money to CAN, that way you can finance what you want most” >> 15% of new clients come to CAN for Civic Banking C. Value of the brand >> 2006: Best European initiative of CSR, award sponsored p , p by the EU >> + 7,4% increase in clients in 2006 >>2007: Best CSR initiative in Spain, recognition promoted by Forética >> 100 best companies in Spain to work for, y p p Merco, “Top para trabajar” (CRF) >> Financial entity with the best reputation (Merco Marca) >> Empresa y Sociedad Prize 2008 >>100 Companies with the best reputation Merco Empresas 2008 >>Marca Esade Prize >>Best Spanish Annual i h l Report of Sustainability , … 31 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  32. 32. 6. Economic results, and beyond economics A. Applied Social Innovation > 2007: 530.362 clients decided among 7 g 2.707 projects > in 2010, 700.000 clients deciding and 4.000 projects in the community Projects j Clients 32 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN
  33. 33. www.can.es 33 | LA INNOVACIÓN IMPLANTADA PARA COMPETIR MEJOR / PRESENTACIÓN CAN

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