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Banco Esp�rito Santo split in €4.9bn rescue
Banco Esp�rito Santo has been split into “good” and “bad” banks as part of a €4.9bn rescue of the distressed Portuguese lender that protects taxpayers and senior creditors but leaves shareholders and junior bondholders holding only toxic assets.
Portugal's Banco Espirito Santo collapse and rescue raises questions  CBC.ca
Bank of Portugal Unveils Plan to Rescue Banco Esp�rito Santo  Wall Street Journal
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Why a Portuguese Bank's Problem Is Costing You Money
You don't have money deposited at Banco Espirito Santo SA. You probably don't own its bonds, or its stock. Or stock in Esp�rito Santo Financial Group SA, which apparently controls the bank or in Espirito Santo International SA, the Luxembourg holding ...
Portugal speeds up Banco Esp�rito Santo management changes  Financial Times
Banco Espirito Santo: A Portuguese Disaster, Not A European Crisis  Forbes
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Banco Esp�rito Santo secretly lent funds to controlling shareholder
Banco Esp�rito Santo secretly lent money to its controlling shareholder for two years, documents have revealed - raising fresh questions over the Bank of Portugal's supervision of a lender that went on to suffer one of Europe's largest financial ...
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Report Says Some Banco Esp�rito Santo Creditors Deserve More Compensation
LISBON—Banco Esp�rito Santo SA creditors whose credit were neither subordinated nor transferred to the “good bank” created from the collapsed lender should have the right to recover 31.7% of their money, a report ordered by the central bank has found.
Novo Banco CEO sees buyers interested in Macau, France units  Macau Daily Times
New Zealand sues Portugal central bank over Banco Esp�rito Santo
Goldman Sachs International is also pursuing legal remedies against the Bank of Portugal over an €834m loan that the Wall Street bank arranged for BES through Oak Finance, a Luxembourg-based vehicle in which the New Zealand fund was one of the ...
New Zealand Fund to Sue Over Loss on Esp�rito Santo Loan  Wall Street Journal
Goldman Sachs set for legal battle with Portugal's central bank over ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Hedge funds contest Banco Esp�rito Santo bailout decision
A group of investors who lost hundreds of millions of euros in the collapse of Banco Esp�rito Santo has filed a lawsuit challenging the European Commission's decision to approve Portugal's bailout of the bank.
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Ex-Banco Esp�rito Santo Head Detained Under Money Laundering Investigation
LISBON—Troubles at Portuguese conglomerate Esp�rito Santo International SA intensified Thursday after another of its units filed for creditor protection in Luxembourg and the group's main figure, former Banco Esp�rito Santo SA Chief Executive Ricardo ...
Banco Espirito Santo's Ricardo Salgado faces an uncertain future  Financial Times
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Investors seek €105m in damages over BES collapse
International investors are suing for €105m in damages after the value of shares in Portugal's Banco Esp�rito Santo, once the country's largest listed bank, was wiped out within weeks of their subscribing to a €1bn capital increase.
Dynasty losing grip over Portugal's Banco Esp�rito Santo
The “jewel in the crown” of the empire is Banco Esp�rito Santo, Portugal's largest listed lender by assets. It is also the asset that bankers say the family is most anxious to retain.
Portugal's BCP Bank Raises €2.24 Billion Despite Peer's Woes  Wall Street Journal
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Ex-BES chief 'probably' involved in manipulating accounts, report says
The former chief executive of Banco Esp�rito Santo, the Portuguese lender that collapsed last year in one of Europe biggest financial failures, was probably involved in manipulating accounts, a parliamentary commission said on Thursday.
Esp�rito Santo Insolvency Receivers Put Art, Buildings Up for Sale  Wall Street Journal