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Bankia's CEO José Sevilla: " Values are most important that objectives"

“I Hope That Greater Banking Competition Does Not Make Us Forget Principles”

Manuel Moreno Capa | “We need to re-think what principles and values we want to manage in the banking sector, and maintain a clear philosophy. We tell our teams that they can not attain their objectives at the cost of principles. The values are most important, and the objectives have to be subordinated to the values of the entity if we want to improve the reputation and image of the banking sector,” explains Bankia’s CEO José Sevilla.



The ECB is meeting current week

ECB: Ending The QE Chapter With Italy “On Its Own”

The ECB could announce a short taper to December current week. The central bank has to be consistent if QE is ending this year and, hence, according to BoAML’s analysts it has to send a reaffirming message on three criteria: convergence, confidence, resilience.



Swiss referendum about monetary reform to be held on Sunday

Vollgeld: A Swiss Referendum That Involves A Monetary Reform

Carlos Arenillas | On June 10 there will be a referendum in Switzerland, something which is quite usual in this confederate State. But this one is particularly interesting. In this country, famous for its banks, the citizens will be consulted on a very sensitive issue: money.


Repsol will use the "scrip dividend" formula to pay its shareholders remuneration

Repsol Will Pay A Dividend Of 1€ In 2020

Repsol´s new strategic plan up to 2020 envisages dedicating 2.5 billion euros to drive the growth in energy businesses with low carbon emissions and a dividend of 1 Euro by 2020. It will use the “scrip dividend” formula, combined with a programme of share buy back.