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CaixaBank and Bankia customers in Spain are warned about new ‘phishing’ email con

ACCOUNT holders with CaixaBank and Bankia have been warned about a new con attempting to steal personal details following the merger of the two...

Fresh job losses expected at Sabadell Bank as Spain’s banking sector continues cost cutting

SABADELL Bank is set to announce a fresh round of redundancies this week, according to reports from the Reuters news agency. An internal memo sent...

EXPLAINED: What Caixabank merger with Bankia means for customers

Last month two of Spain’s high street banks completed a merger to become Spain’s largest banking entity, but what does that mean for those...

BYE BYE BANKIA: Merger with CaixaBank effective as of today

Spokespeople for CaixaBank insist that the absorption will not cause any problems for former Bankia customers.

CaixaBank takeover of Bankia to create Spain’s biggest bank set to be done by this Friday

PLANS to create Spain's largest retail bank through CaixaBank buying out Bankia have cleared a major legal hurdle and should be sealed by this...

‘TAXING TIMES’ for ex-IMF boss and Spanish bank chairman Rodrigo Rato who faces 70 years in prison

A former head of the International Monetary Fund(IMF) and chairman of Spain's Bankia, Rodrigo Rato, could be jailed for 70 years if he is...

SPAIN BLACKLIST: Despicable Me actor and top athlete among tax dodgers owing Government €14 billion

The top offender is Isolux Corsan, an international construction firm, which owes Spain €315.9 million in unpaid taxes

Spain’s former IMF head to face fresh corruption charges as new crimes come to light

Deals were allegedly offered by senior Bankia figures to public relations firms in return for €2 million in suspected bribes

BUNCH OF BANKERS: Supreme Court rules in favour of lenders in ‘unprecedented’ mortgage tax fiasco

Shares in a number of Spanish banks, including Bankia and Sabadell, promptly tumbled at the prospect of massive retroactive legal claims

Spanish ex-IMF boss Rodrigo Rato given four and a half years over credit card scandal

Rato headed the International Monetary Fund from 2004 to 2007

Ex-head of Bank of Spain charged with fraud over Bankia flotation scandal

Miguel Ángel Fernández Ordóñez 'ignored' warning signs before €22 billion bailout

Ex-IMF chief Rodrigo Rato denies any wrongdoing at start of bank card trial in Spain

Prosecutors claim around €12 million was splashed on hotels, designer clothes, entertainment and travel

Ex-IMF chief Rodrigo Rato outed in Panama Papers

Allegations have emerged that the ex-Bankia boss employed a Gibraltarian company Finsbury Trust and Corporate Services which instructed Mossack Fonseca to close two offshore companies for him

State-owned Spanish bank Bankia to repay investors €1.8 billion

The state-owned bank are giving the investors three months to claim back their original investment plus 1% interest

Spanish Supreme Court orders Bankia to pay out after ‘serious inaccuracies’

Two plaintiffs win case that could affect thousands of preferred share investors

No more chauffeurs for Spanish bank BBVA’s management team

But the move to strip board members of their cars has not gone down well

Ex-IMF chief Rodrigo Rato’s Rock secret

Disgraced Spanish politician has 26 secret links to Gibraltar businesses

Tax office investigate ex-IMF chief Rodrigo Rato’s companies in Sotogrande and the UK

Rato is suspected of trying to lift embargoes on goods through a complex corporate network of companies

Former Bankia and IMF boss Rodrigo Rato arrested for money laundering

Rato was escorted from his Madrid home by officers from Spain's tax authorities on Thursday

Spain’s Bankia told to cough up €800 million

Several former executives will have to contribute to the bill after thousands of small investors lost money when investing in the bank

‘Forensic study’ claims €15 million wrongly handed to Caja Madrid top dogs

Irregular pay rises and bonuses emerge in damning new report

Bankia launches end-of-year housing sale

It has slashed the price of 6,000 homes by up to half price

Bankia produced rigged accounts to sell stocks to investors

The state-owned lender Bankia presented error-strewn accounts during its corruption probe




Analysis: Why has Spain’s prime minister called snap elections?

SPAIN’S prime minister, Pedro Sanchez, has been famous for taking risky decisions throughout his political career. And most of the time, these decisions have...


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