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Esp�rito Santo Faces Money-Laundering Investigations
As investigators sift through the wreckage of Banco Esp�rito Santo SA, their focus is expanding beyond the alleged fraud and accounting problems that doomed the large Portuguese lender.
Espirito Santo Under Probe For Tax Fraud, Money Laundering  Law360 (subscription)
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Goldman Sachs May Seek Remedies on Banco Espirito Santo Decision
Oak Finance Luxembourg SA was set up by New York-based Goldman Sachs to raise funds for Banco Espirito Santo in July, said Fiona Laffan, a spokeswoman for Goldman Sachs in London.
Novo Banco Has Four Potential Buyers  Wall Street Journal
Goldman Sachs, clients, face $800 million loss over Banco Esp�rito loan  MarketWatch
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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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Moody's, S&P Downgrade Banco Esp�rito Santo
Shares in both BES, as the Portuguese lender is known, and its holding company, Esp�rito Santo Financial Group SA, have been suspended from trading since Thursday, following steep losses on reports of accounting irregularities throughout the ...
Espirito Santo Bonds Tumble to Records Amid Missed Note Payments  Bloomberg
UPDATE: Banco Espirito Santo S.A. Cut to B+ from BB- by S&P  StreetInsider.com (subscription)
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Banco Esp�rito Santo's Former Investment Bank Arm Sold to Haitong Securities ...
LONDON - Novo Banco, the “good” bank created after the bailout of the Portuguese lender Banco Esp�rito Santo, said on Monday that it had agreed to sell its investment banking business to Haitong Securities of China.
Secondary trading of Novo Banco Bonds: risks and protections  Lexology (registration)
Haitong Securities to buy Portuguese bank for HK$3.6b  South China Morning Post (subscription)
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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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London Unit of Banco Esp�rito Santo Faces Fine
The U.K.'s top financial regulator plans to fine the London-based investment banking unit of collapsed Portuguese lender Banco Esp�rito Santo SA for violating listing rules, according to two people familiar with the matter. The penalty to be imposed on ...
UK regulator to fine London unit of Banco Esp�rito Santo - WSJ  Reuters UK
Britain Fines Former Banco Esp�rito Santo Unit  New York Times
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Banco Esp�rito Santo Management Possibly Broke Rules, Audit Finds
LISBON—An audit ordered by Portugal's central bank has identified more than 20 instances where Banco Esp�rito Santo SA's management possibly broke rules established by authorities to prevent woes at the bank's parent from spreading to the lender in ...
Banco Espirito Santo brings in new managers as founding family's hold on bank ...
Banco Espirito Santo SA, the Portuguese bank whose problems triggered a sharp wave of selling across global financial markets last week, said Monday it had appointed a new chief executive officer and two other senior managers, removing the Espirito ...
Hedge Funds Betting Against Banco Esp�rito Santo in Line for Big Gains
A handful of hedge funds may have made tens of millions of dollars on the collapse of troubled Portuguese lender Banco Esp�rito Santo SA BES -40.30 % . One of the biggest funds to bet the bank's shares would fall was Marshall Wace LLP, which initially ...
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