Spain Mulls Asset-Protection For Bank Investors

Banco de España is considering possible asset-protection schemes for buyers of the states troubled cajas, or savings bank, according to Fernandez Ordonez, governor of the central bank.

  • 06 Jun 2011
Banco de España is considering possible asset-protection schemes for buyers of the states troubled cajas, or savings bank, according to Fernandez Ordonez, governor of the central bank. Ordonez said the schemes were an option in the event the central bank’s structuring plans for the cajas turn out to ...

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