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Liberbank's CEO Says Share Buy-Backs Are "Particularly" Attractive At Current Market Prices
Unicaja Says Will Give Details On Job Adjustments Related To Liberbank Merger "In Due Time"
Unicaja Expects To Reach A Dividend Pay-Out Ratio Combined With Liberbank Of Around 50%
Liberbank SA is a Spain-based company engaged in the commercial banking activities. It specializes in providing consumer loans. Furthermore, the Bank offers a range of services for entrepreneurs: savings accounts, loans, factoring, payments management, investment funds, import and export financing, guarantees, as well as commercial insurance, among others. The Bank operates through a chain of retail offices in Asturias, Cantabria, Castile La Mancha and Extremadura. It also manages such brands as Cajastur, Caja Extramadura, Caja Cantabria and CCM.
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Camino de la Fuente de la Mora, 5
Pedro Manuel Rivero Torre
Independent Chairman of the Board
Manuel Menendez Menendez
Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director
Jesus Ruano Mochales
Chief Financial Officer and Chief Corporate officer
Severino Jesus Mendez Suarez
Chief Human Resource Officer
Miguel Angel Barra Quesada
Chief Risk Management Officer
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Chief Executive Officer Of Spain's Liberbank, Manuel Menendez:
* Unicaja Q1 net profit falls 7% to 43 mlns euros, above forecasts
Chief Financial Officer Of Spain's Unicaja , Pablo Gonzalez:
Spain's Liberbank, which is in the process of being taken over by bigger rival Unicaja , said on Wednesday its net profit rose 17% in first quarter against the same period a year ago thanks to a growth in revenues from fees and commissions and despite the cost of COVID-19...
Shareholders of Spanish lenders Unicaja and Liberbank approved their merger on Wednesday, paving the way for the creation of the country's fifth biggest bank in terms of assets.
* Unicaja's fourth quarter net almost wiped out by provisions
Unicaja and Liberbank , which at the end of 2020 agreed to create Spain's fifth largest bank by assets, on Tuesday announced higher provisions in the fourth quarter to cover potential fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Spanish lender Unicaja will own 59.5% of the new entity created by its merger with Liberbank, the lenders said on Wednesday, in an deal that valued Liberbank at 763 million euros ($937.12 million).
Spanish lender Unicaja would take 59.5% in the new entity it will form after combining with rival Liberbank, which will hold the rest, both banks said in a statement on Wednesday.
The boards of Spanish lenders Unicaja and Liberbank on Tuesday approved the terms of an all-in share deal that will create Spain's fifth-biggest bank with around 110 billion euros ($134.71 billion) in assets.
The boards of Spanish lenders Unicaja and Liberbank on Tuesday approved the terms of an all-in share deal that will create Spain's fifth-biggest bank with around 110 billion euros ($134.71 billion) in assets, the lenders said.
Spanish lenders Unicaja and Liberbank are expected to hold board meetings on Tuesday to approve the terms of their proposed merger to create Spain's fifth-largest bank by assets, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Monday.
Spanish lenders Unicaja and Liberbank are expected to hold respective board meetings on Tuesday to approve the terms of their proposed merger to create the fifth-biggest domestic bank with almost 109 billion euros ($129.5 billion) in assets, one source with knowledge of...
Unicaja and Liberbank aim to agree on a proposed merger to create Spain's fifth-biggest lender as soon as next week, three sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
Unicaja and Liberbank aim to agree on the proposed merger to create Spain's fifth-biggest lender with almost 109 billion euros ($129.5 billion) in assets as soon as next week, three sources with knowledge of the matter said on Friday.
Spain's Unicaja, which is in negotiations with smaller rival Liberbank to create the country's fifth biggest bank in terms of total assets, said on Tuesday its third-quarter net profit fell 63% against the same period a year ago after it booked 63 million euros ($73.4 million...
The chairman of Spanish lender Unicaja, Manuel Azuaga, on Wednesday said he was expecting progress in merger negotiations with rival Liberbank in the coming weeks.
Merger negotiations between Spanish lenders Unicaja and Liberbank to create the country's fifth biggest lender in terms of total assets are still ongoing, Unicaja's chairman Manuel Azuaga said in a statement on Wednesday.
Chief Financial Officer Of Spain's Liberbank, Jesus Ruano:
* SEES AN AROUND 5% GROWTH IN NET INTEREST INCOME (NII) IN 2020 EXCLUDING ONE-OFFS IN THE FIRST QUARTER
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