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Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo collapse and rescue raises questions
Portugal's biggest banking scandal, which compelled authorities Sunday to put up 4.9 billion euros ($7.2 billion) to prevent the collapse of ailing Banco Espirito Santo, raised questions about how regulators were apparently hoodwinked. It will also ...
Banco Espirito Santo Junior Bonds Slide as Bailout Forces Losses  Bloomberg
Bank of Portugal Unveils Plan to Rescue Banco Esp�rito Santo  Wall Street Journal
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Sharing the pain
THE Esp�rito Santos are a banking dynasty whose name is as resonant in Portugal as the Rockefellers in America. But their reign ended abruptly on August 3rd as Banco Esp�rito Santo (BES), a big Portuguese bank in which the family business had a stake ...
Espirito Santo Bailout Wipes Out Brazil Unit Bond Losses  Bloomberg
Portugal Bans Short Selling in Banco Comercial Portugu�s Stock  Wall Street Journal
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Spanish Institutions Eye Banco Esp�rito Santo Wreckage
MADRID—Spanish lenders and investment bankers are already sniffing around the wreckage of Portugal's second-largest lender, which was split it into a good- and bad-bank earlier this week.
Banco Espirito Santo Credit Swaps Devalued After ISDA Ruling  Bloomberg
BES Credit Protection Pacts Migrate To New Bank, ISDA Says  Law360 (subscription)
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Portuguese Bank Reveals Exposure After Missed Payment Shakes Markets
July 11 (Bloomberg) -- Banco Espirito Santo SA sought to reassure investors by revealing its exposure to related companies after a missed payment on short-term debt by a member of the Portuguese group roiled global markets.
UPDATE: Banco Espirito Santo S.A. Cut to B+ from BB- by S&P (subscription)
Moody's, S&P Downgrade Banco Esp�rito Santo  Wall Street Journal
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Former Head of Banco Esp�rito Santo Placed Under House Confinement
LISBON— Ricardo Salgado, the former head of Banco Esp�rito Santo SA, has been placed under home confinement after being officially named a suspect in an investigation into the lender's and its parent's collapse, the prosecutor's office said.
Former Portuguese bank boss under house arrest  BBC News
Inside Goldman Sachs's Loan to Banco Esp�rito Santo
When Goldman Sachs Group Inc. GS 2.08 % arranged an $835 million loan to Banco Esp�rito Santo SA last summer, it was the result of a concerted, monthslong effort by senior Goldman officials to win business with the large Portuguese company, according ...
Banco Espirito Santo's former owner files for bankruptcy
The board's decision follows a ruling by a Luxembourg court on Oct. 3, rejecting the July request, ESFG said in a regulatory filing Thursday.
Esp�rito Santo Financial Files for Bankruptcy  Wall Street Journal
Esp�rito Santo Financial to File for Bankruptcy  New York Times
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Banco Esp�rito Santo Inquiry Broadens
Regulators probing Banco Esp�rito Santo SA, the large Portuguese bank whose collapse rattled global markets this summer, have focused in public on relatively recent problems that doomed the lender and its affiliated companies.
Espirito Santo Units to Be Liquidated as Protection Denied  Bloomberg
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US Regulators Probe Florida Unit of Banco Esp�rito Santo
Several U.S. regulatory agencies are investigating the Florida unit of Banco Esp�rito Santo SA, according to bank officials, the latest front in a sprawling, multinational effort to untangle the finances behind the collapsed Portuguese business empire.
Regulators Probe Banco Espirito Santo's Former Fla. Unit  Law360 (subscription)
Espirito Santo's Miami Unit Probed Over Wealth Sales  Bloomberg
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Bank of Portugal Fines Ex-Banco Espirito Santo Officials
LISBON—Portugal's central bank has accused 15 officials from collapsed Banco Esp�rito Santo SA of harming the bank's depositors, investors and creditors by selling the debt of its parent when it was already known the lender was in trouble.