Caja de ahorros y monte de piedad

Caja de ahorros y monte de piedad

Caja madrid bankia

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However, these resources soon proved insufficient and it becomes necessary to charge interest, a fact that brought criticism within the Catholic Church. These criticisms would not be tempered until the Council of Lateran V in 1515 admitted the possibility of establishing a moderate interest for pledge loans. The Council of Trent (1545-1563) proclaimed the charitable character of the Montes de Piedad.
In the 18th century, the Montes de Piedad were sponsored by royal initiative, while maintaining the charitable-religious inspiration of their operation. In France, pawnbrokers were not established until 1777, but the Revolution destroyed the kind of monopoly exercised by that establishment and hence the appearance of innumerable loan funds in which enormous usuries were committed.

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The purpose of the Monte de Piedad de Madrid was to meet the demands of the social classes most in need of protection, through the granting of free loans, guaranteed with jewelry and clothes. It was a charitable-social institution, supported by the Royal Patronage and private individuals who made donations and deposits onerously; no interest was charged on the loans.
In 1836, for the first time, interest was charged on the loans granted to cover the administrative expenses generated by the activity of the Monte and to ensure its economic future.
In the course of the Revolution of 1868, on April 22nd, 1869, the Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Madrid was constituted, later changing the order of its name to Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid.

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Caja Madrid, formalmente la Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid, con sede en Madrid,[1] fue la más antigua de las cajas de ahorro españolas. Fue fundada el 3 de diciembre de 1702 por el sacerdote aragonés Francisco Piquer. Caja Madrid era el banco de titularidad regional de la Comunidad de Madrid.
El Monte de Piedad de Madrid no cobró intereses por sus préstamos hasta 1836, cuando se introdujo una tasa para cubrir los gastos de funcionamiento de la entidad. En 1838, por real decreto, se fundó la Caja de Ahorros de Madrid como caja de ahorros según el modelo británico, siguiendo las ideas de Jeremy Bentham. Al principio, la Caja de Ahorros y el Monte de Piedad colaboraron estrechamente, pero siguieron siendo instituciones separadas.
En 1869 las dos instituciones se fusionaron y se convirtieron en el Monte de Piedad y Caja de Ahorros de Madrid. Más tarde, para mostrar la importancia de la parte de ahorro de la operación, el título de la institución fusionada se invirtió y se convirtió en la Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Madrid.

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