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Caixabank Says Considering Potential Divestment Of All Or Part Of Its 5.42% Unhedged Stake In Erste Group Bank
La Caixa Reaffirms Its Long-Term Commitment To Naturgy And Its Shareholder Remuneration Policy
Caixabank To Early Redeem Subordinated Notes Due In 2026
Caixabank SA is a Spain-based bank. Its activities are divided into two business segments: Banking and insurance, as well as Investments. The Banking and insurance division provides financial services for individual customers, including retail, private and personal banking, business customers, such as commercial and corporate banking, cash management and markets solutions, as well as offers insurance products. The Investments division includes investments in the international banking investee portfolio, as well as stakes in other companies, such as Repsol SA and Telefonica SA. The Bank operates through domestic and foreign branches, as well as representative offices in Europe, the Americas, Africa and Asia. It is a subsidiary of Criteria Caixa SA.
Calle Pintor Sorolla, 2-4.
Jordi Gual Sole
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Gonzalo Gortazar Rotaeche
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Tomas Muniesa Arantegui
Vice Chairman of the Board
Javier Pano Riera
Chief Financial Officer
Francesc Xavier Coll Escursell
Chief Human Resources and Organization Officer
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Spain's Caixabank said on Thursday it was considering selling its entire 9.92% stake in the Austrian lender Erste Group Bank.
A further consolidation process in the Spanish banking sector is a way to cope with the effects from ultra low interest rates, Caixabank's Chief Executive Officer, Gonzalo Gortazar, said on Wednesday.
Spain's Caixabank has issued 750 million euros ($889.50 million) in contingent convertible "CoCo" bonds with a coupon of 3.625%, the lowest of any Spanish bank ever in euros, the lender said in a statement on Thursday.
* BBVA books Q2 net profit of 701 mlns vs consensus of 361 mlns
Caixabank on Friday revised up its annual cost savings arising from the acquisition of Bankia to 940 million euros ($1.12 billion) as part of the Spanish lender's plans to improve profitability.
Spain's Caixabank said on Friday it booked a net loss of 605 million euros ($718.6 million) in the second quarter due to restructuring charges to lay off 6,450 employees in Spain following the acquisition of Bankia.
Spain's High Court has dropped a formal investigation into the chairman of oil company Repsol Antonio Brufau after it found no evidence of his alleged participation in a decade-old spying case, a court document showed on Thursday.
Spain's largest domestic bank Caixabank said on Friday it agreed to sell two businesses from its recently acquired rival Bankia to Global Payments units for a combined amount of 277 million euros ($328 million).
Spain's High Court placed energy company Repsol and Caixabank under formal investigation on Thursday in the latest stage of a decade-old inquiry into alleged industrial espionage.
Spain's High Court placed oil company Repsol and Caixabank under formal investigation on Thursday as part of a probe into an alleged spying case, a document released by the court showed.
Caixabank has agreed with unions to lay off 6,452 employees in what will be the biggest ever staff overhaul in Spanish banking, even after the lender shaved 1,800 cuts from its initial plans, the bank and a union spokesperson said on Thursday.
Spain's Caixabank has reached an agreement with unions to lay off 6,452 employees, fewer than the initially planned nearly 8,300, a spokesperson for the Comisiones Obreras (CCOO) union said on Thursday.
Spain's Caixabank said it has offered to reduce its proposed job cuts by more than 1,500 to 6,750 as thousands of staff took part in another one-day strike on Tuesday.
Spain's Caixabank on Tuesday offered to reduce the number of job cuts by more than 1,300 from its initial plan of nearly 8,300 layoffs as thousands of employees went on a one-day strike and staged protest rallies across Spain.
Spain on Monday welcomed efforts by banks to reduce the number of initially planned layoffs after talks with unions, while calling on lenders to explore new paths to profitability.
Spain's Economy Minister Nadia Calvino on Monday said she hoped Caixabank and unions will reach an agreement regarding layoff negotiations.
Spain's competition watchdog is investigating possible anti-competitive practices by Banco Sabadell, Santander, Caixabank and Bankia in the marketing of state-backed coronavirus loans.
Spain's competition watchdog CNMC said on Wednesday it was investigating possible anti-competitive practices in the marketing of state-backed loans by lenders Banco Sabadell, Santander, Caixabank and Bankia.
Spanish unions on Monday called off a one-day-strike that employees at Caixabank were planning to hold on Wednesday to protest against its plans for layoffs, union Comisiones Obreras said on Monday.
(Clarifies in paragraph 8 that Caixabank, which now owns Bankia, declined to comment)
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