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Why bank capital has a problem


By: Thomas Hale

When Banco Popular failed on June 7, it wasn’t just the bank that failed. The incident also marked the failure of a new breed of bank debt which was engineered to recapitalise banks according to a whole new regulatory philosophy. 1,633 more words

Financial Stability

The Next Spanish Bank Teeters, at Worst Possible Time

It just doesn’t let up with these banks.

The timing could not have been worse: just as Spain faces its biggest constitutional crisis in over 40 years with Catalonia’s independence vote, another bank has begun to wobble. 190 more words


Nina Droz: 20 days in solitary confinement and counting

Update: On August 16, 2017, Nina’s mother went to visit her at the Metropolitan Detention Center (MDC) and she was not allowed to see her. Apparently, her visitation rights have been suspended for 180 days. 964 more words

Puerto Rico

Leaked: EU Plans to Freeze Deposits to Prevent Bank Runs

Desperate Times, Desperate Measures

Following a spate of drastic banking interventions in Spain and Italy earlier this summer, the European Commission is preparing new legislation to prevent bank runs from completely wiping out Europe’s hordes of zombified lenders. 203 more words

Brussels Business

Sin pistas del roba bancos en Sabana Grande

Por Víctor Manuel Vázquez Domenech / Para La Isla Oeste

Sabana Grande. El Negociado Federal de Investigaciones (FBI, por sus siglas en inglés) y la Unidad de Robo de la Policia de Puerto Rico están a cargo de la investigación de  un robo a mano armada que fue reportado hoy en la sucursal del Banco Popular que ubica en la Avenida Quilinchini en Sabana Grande. 555 more words

Spanish bank Banco Popular has collapsed

Editor’s Note: The collapse of Spanish megabank Banco Popular happened this month after government and regulators assured investors it had passed a stress test with the European Banking Authority.

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Autopsy of Banco Popular Shows Fragility of EU Banking System

What would a disorderly bank collapse in Spain and Italy have done?

New information has revealed just how serious a threat a disorderly collapse of Spain’s sixth largest bank, Banco Popular, might have posed to Spain’s banking system. 207 more words

Brussels Business