Bank of Spain report banking crisis

Spain approaches cycle maturity: urged to correct current imbalances and weaknesses

Omissions In The Bank Of Spain’s 2017 Report On Spain’s Financial And Banking Crisis

Pablo Fernández | The “Report on the financial and banking crisis in Spain, 2008-2014” published by the Bank of Spain last May is 252 pages long, but omits important facts and dates. The most surprising thing is that it seems to assume that the financial and banking crisis in Spain was the result of “contagion” from the ‘”international financing crisis”.


Bank of Spain's supervisory actions

Bank of Spain Gives Itself 10 Out Of 10 For Its Supervisory Actions During The Banking Crisis

The Bank of Spain’s report on the financial and banking crisis in Spain has left the sensation that the institution, by action or by omission, has failed in its supervisory responsabilities and allowed practically all Spanish lenders to operate without any kind of control. The worst thing is that situation has continued. The bank has been the but of heavy criticism for how it acted with respect to Banco Popular’s resolution.