La Caixa, formally Caixa d'Estalvis i Pensions de Barcelona, is an integrated financial services group, which includes banking and insurance, pension and investment funds, as well as stakes in international banks. Due to its nonprofit status, the bank controls a charitable foundation in Spain, ”la Caixa” Banking Foundation. It directly manages the Welfare Projects which have traditionally characterised the Group. It also manages, through CriteriaCaixa, the Group's investment portfolio. Within this portfolio, CriteriaCaixa has a 58.9% stake in CaixaBank, as well as stakes in companies across diverse economic sectors that provide vital community services, namely Abertis (transportation and telecommunications infrastructure management), Gas Natural Fenosa (energy distribution), Suez Environnement (water and waste management) and Saba (car park and logistics park management).
The company has not participated in any projects.
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