On Tuesday, 3 October 2017, BFF held a pleasant and interesting conference "Energy In Motion", at the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid.

The ceremony began with the presentation of the company's new CEO, Emanuele Bona, which belongs to the BFF group since 2012.

Later, Fernando Botella - the prestigious and well-known expert in Marketing, currently CEO of "Think and Action" - had a motivational speech focused on Farmafactoring business and values. He had the great ability to empathize with people who were attending the event, creating a unique experience.

At the end, a cocktail was offered on the roof of the Circle of Fine Art, admiring a wonderful view of Madrid.

On Thursday, 9 March 2017, at the Jardines de Sabatini in Madrid, BFF held a conference by the renowned economist Professor Santiago Niño-Becerra, who shared his opinion on Spain's progress in different sectors, such as Social Security, salaries, demography, Public Administrations, etc. Additionally, he gave his perspective on how these variables will behave during the next 50 years, as well as their repercussion on society.

Following this talk, BFF's legal officer, Pablo García-Torres, analyzed the changes related to the transfer of the rights of collecting payments included within the Draft Bill of the Law on Public Sector Contracts, and how these regulations may affect the companies that are awarded Public Administration tenders.

At the end of the event, the guests were offered a privileged visit to the “Old Car Museum” , unique in Madrid and with one of the largest collections of vintage vehicles since 1910.

On the occasion of the opening of, BFF's new offices in Barcelona, on 13 October 2016 was held an event that brought together most of the leading executives from the companies that supply the Public Administration in Catalonia.

The event commenced with a talk by the renowned economist Mr José María Gay de Liébana, who analyzed in detail, and in an entertaining manner, the difficult situation of the Spanish Public Administration's accounts, the impact of the absence of a new government after two general elections, potential scenarios and how they affect supplier companies.

After a short speech by the CEO of BFF Banking Group, Massimiliano Belingheri, the talk concluded and guests were offered an exclusive guided tour of Casa de Les Punxes, built by the architect Josep Puig i Cadafalch and declared a historical monument of national interest in 1976.