Santander Moves To Close Banesto Branches

The board of Banco Santander has approved a merger with its standalone subsidiary Banesto and will close 700 of its 1,698 branches in Spain to help deal with the country’s saturated retail lending market.

  • 17 Dec 2012

The board of Banco Santander has approved a merger with its standalone subsidiary Banesto and will close 700 of its 1,698 branches in Spain to help deal with the country’s saturated retail lending market.

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