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Spanish Banks: New Look At Restructured Loans
Germany, the tightfisted task master, is encouraging Spain to draw down more than the 40 bln euros it already has of the 100 bln euro line secured from the ESM to recapitalize its banks.
Wed May 15, 2013
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Banco Santander: An Undervalued Investment Opportunity
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Mon May 13, 2013
UPDATE 1-Spain announces 10-year syndicated bond sale
The Kingdom of Spain is preparing to issue a new 10-year euro bond, after mandating a group of banks to manage the process on Monday.
International SUP Marathon Series Is Introduced
A new International series of events is being introduced to the stand up paddle world that will be of interest to paddlers who enjoy long distance paddles and endurance paddling.
Sat May 11, 2013
Space-age encounters on the pilgrim trail
With Spain tipped by the Post Office to be the cheapest European destination this summer, Tony Looch takes a coach trip through the north and discovers a wealth of history and impressive architecture.
Thu May 09, 2013
Spanish date for agile Jinx
A dog trainer from Yarcombe and her talented canine companion are hoping to put in another top class performance against the best in the world.
Wed May 08, 2013
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A New Look at Europe's Banking Landscape
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Spanish court calls top bank chairmen in Bankia probe
A Spanish court has called the chairmen of the country's top three banks to testify as witnesses in an investigation into the 2011 initial public offering of lender Bankia A small Spanish political party forced Spain's High Court to open an investigation last year into whether former Bankia chairman, Rodrigo Rato, and 32 other former board members ... (more)
Fri May 03, 2013
Secret Spain off the beaten track
In the last instalment of our Spanish series, produced in association with Lonely Planet, John Noble heads off the beaten track Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature.
Thu May 02, 2013
S enz resigns as chief executive of Santander
Alfredo Senz, chief executive of Banco Santander, Spain's biggest bank, has resigned his post with immediate effect and left the bank's board.
May Day - Several Demonstrations in Berlin
The last video captures the sounds of protesters chanting anti-fascist slogans, he says.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
After Saenz, will Botin follow Botin at Santander?
Deep in the pages of Santander's latest annual report is a list of 11 names who might replace Emilio Botin in case the chairman were to die or retires from the Spanish bank.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Evening wrap up: today's late breaking business stories
Alfredo Senz, 70, who alongside Santander executive chairman Emilio Botn is credited as the architect of the bank's transformation from domestic lender to the eurozone's biggest lender by value, will step down immediately to be replaced by Javier Marin, a 46-year-old director of its private bank and insurance arm.
Springtime In Green Spain: Time To Get Out Into The Countryside, And Under It
Green Spain has finally emerged from a miserable winter into a glorious if unreliable springtime, so it's time to get out and enjoy the region's natural beauty.
UPDATE 2-Santander CEO Saenz steps down after legal battle
Alfredo Saenz, 70-year-old chief executive of the euro zone's biggest bank, Santander , stepped down on Monday after a prolonged legal battle over whether he should be barred from banking due to a criminal conviction.
Spain's Santander CEO Saenz steps down after legal battle
Alfredo Saenz, Chief Executive Officer of Spanish bank Santander, speaks during a news conference to present the company's first quarter profit in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, April 26, 2012.
Portugal to challenge banks in court
Lisbon is to take court action against JPMorgan and Spain's Banco Santander over what it says were "toxic" derivatives sold to public sector companies.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
Stunning contemporary art comes to D.C. from Spanish region of Cantabria
Meaning Making , a new exhibition at the Embassy of Spain , brings contemporary art to Washington from some of the most prominent galleries of the City of Santander .
Spain Update: Running From The Bulls?
There have been three recent developments in Spain: the new record high unemployment, the earnings reports of several large banks, and the government's new fiscal forecasts and strategy.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Banco Santander Leads Spain's Growing Presence in Institutional...
Strong votes from buy-side portfolio managers and analysts, and sell-side equity research professionals give Banco Santander a position on the Most Honored Company list.