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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...
Spokespeople for CaixaBank insist that the absorption will not cause any problems for former Bankia customers.
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...
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...
The top offender is Isolux Corsan, an international construction firm, which owes Spain €315.9 million in unpaid taxes
Deals were allegedly offered by senior Bankia figures to public relations firms in return for €2 million in suspected bribes
Shares in a number of Spanish banks, including Bankia and Sabadell, promptly tumbled at the prospect of massive retroactive legal claims
Rato headed the International Monetary Fund from 2004 to 2007
Miguel Ángel Fernández Ordóñez 'ignored' warning signs before €22 billion bailout
Prosecutors claim around €12 million was splashed on hotels, designer clothes, entertainment and travel
Iberdrola is seeking €12.4 million in compensation
The state-owned bank are giving the investors three months to claim back their original investment plus 1% interest
Two plaintiffs win case that could affect thousands of preferred share investors
Going, going, gone
But the move to strip board members of their cars has not gone down well
Rato is suspected of trying to lift embargoes on goods through a complex corporate network of companies
Rato was escorted from his Madrid home by officers from Spain's tax authorities on Thursday
Irregular pay rises and bonuses emerge in damning new report
The state-owned lender Bankia presented error-strewn accounts during its corruption probe
Rodrigo Rato has been suspended from his role within the country's ruling party following expenses scandal allegations
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