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BBVA Says Is Focused On Organic Growth, But Will Look At M&A Opportunities
BBVA's CEO Expects ECB To Lift Dividend Restrictions In 2021
BBVA's CEO Says "We Always Analyze Opportunities" Asked About The Spanish Market
Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria, S.A. (BBVA) is a Spain - based bank. It is a diversified financial company engaged in retail banking, wholesale banking, asset management and private banking. Its segments are: Spain, the United States, Turkey, Mexico, South America and Rest of Eurasia. The activities in Spain are banking activity and Insurance. In the United States it offers services through, BBVA USA and the BBVA New York branch. The Turkey segment is represented by the group Garanti BBVA, an integrated financial services group, that also operate in Holland and Romania. The Mexico segment activities include banking and insurance businesses. In South America, it provides banking and insurance businesses. The Rest of Eurasia segment includes business activity in the rest of Europe and Asia
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Ciudad BBVA. Calle Azul, 4
Carlos Torres Vila
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Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Jose Miguel Andres Torrecillas
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Jaime Saenz de Tejada Pulido
Chief Financial Officer
Rafael Salinas Martinez de Lecea
Head of Global Risk Management
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Chief Executive Officer Of Spain's BBVA , Onur Genç:
Chief Operating Officer Of Spain's BBVA , Onur Genç:
Spain's BBVA <BBVA.MC> on Wednesday forecast an improvement of core revenues in the second half of 2020 thanks to a recovery in new retail loans and lower cost of insuring its loan book for the year.
* Caixabank/Bankia merger plan kicks off new consolidation wave
* Shares fall 5% (Breaks down the data, adds details and share price)
Spain's second biggest bank BBVA <BBVA.MC> reported a loss of 1.79 billion euros ($1.94 billion) in the first quarter after a writedown in the United States and provisions taken against the potential fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.
* SAYS Q1 COVID-19 IMPAIRMENT NET OF TAXES AND NON-CONTROLING INTERESTS AT -966 MILLION EUROS CORRESPONDING TO GROSS AMOUNT OF -1.46 BILLION EUROS
German insurer Allianz <ALVG.DE> has struck a deal to invest in the bancassurance business of Spanish lender BBVA <BBVA.MC>, the companies said on Monday, confirming an earlier report by Reuters.
German insurer Allianz has struck a deal to invest in the bancassurance business of Spanish lender BBVA, two sources close to the matter told Reuters, adding that an announcement could come as early as Monday.
Spain's BBVA on Monday said its senior management, including chairman Carlos Torres and chief executive Onur Genç, will forego any bonus for 2020 as part of the lender's effort to help mitigate the impact from the coronavirus.
A scattering of lonely shareholders sat seats apart in a huge conference centre in the Spanish port city of Bilbao on Friday as most investors opted to attend virtually the annual general meeting of BBVA <BBVA.MC>, Spain's second largest bank.
* BBVA SAYS TO PROVIDE SMES AND THE SELF-EMPLOYED WITH UP TO 25 BILLION EUROS CREDIT LINE TO MITIGATE IMPACT OF CORONAVIRUS Source text: https://bbva.info/38K1ghW Further company coverage: (Gdansk Newsroom)
Spain's BBVA <BBVA.MC> has moved up to 100 staff from Madrid to a location just outside the city as part of its strategy to cope with the coronavirus outbreak and other Spanish banks, including Bankia, <BKIA.MC> plan similar measures, bank officials said.
Spain's BBVA has transferred up to 100 staff from its trading floor at its Madrid headquarters to a different location outside the city as part of its contingency plan to protect operations against a potential spread of the coronavirus.
European Central Bank Vicepresident Luis de Guindos said on Thursday that a corporate spying case linked to Spain's BBVA <BBVA.MC> hasn't had any impact on the bank's financial stability.
Spain's BBVA <BBVA.MC> paid 10.3 million euros ($11.40 million) to hire a security firm owned by a former police chief at the center of an alleged spying case, a document from Spain's High Court showed on Monday.
* BBVA books Q4 loss of 155 mln euros vs expected 326 mln loss
The European Central Bank has asked Spain's High Court to provide information about a probe into a spying case involving BBVA to evaluate any potential impact on the bank's governance, a source familiar with the case told Reuters.
Spain's BBVA <BBVA.MC> will book an impairment charge of $1.5 billion in the United States in the fourth quarter following a decline in interest rates and an economic slowdown in the country, the bank said on Thursday.
Spain's BBVA <BBVA.MC> on Wednesday told the country's High Court it bore no responsibility for alleged spying 15 years ago, and which is being investigated in a case which has roiled Spain's corporate sector.
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