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Santander hires law firm to investigate bankers' strip club visit

By Jesús Aguado MADRID, Sept 20 (Reuters) - Spanish bank Santander SAN.MC hired a law firm to investigate a whistleblower report saying a group of bankers visited a strip club after a day of company meetings and pressured younger colleagues to join them, a source close to the matter said. The incident took place in February after the bank's global debt capital markets team held meetings at the lender's UK headquarters, the source told Reuters.
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Spanish government open to modifying tax on banks, energy firms

* Proposed banking tax could be modified in parliament * Shares in Spanish lenders rise on hopes for changes * Government could adapt energy tax to bring it in line with EU By Belén Carreño and Jesús Aguado MADRID, Sept 15 (Reuters) - The Spanish government is open to modifying its proposed bill on a windfall tax on banks and large energy companies to ensure that it does not hurt the country's financial stability and is in line with European proposals, ministers said on Thursday.
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Spanish Banks' ECB Borrowing At Around 289.69 Bln Euros In August - Bank Of Spain

Sept 14 (Reuters) - Bank of Spain: * SPANISH BANKS' ECB BORROWING AT AROUND 289.69 BILLION EUROS IN AUGUST Source text: Link (Gdansk Newsroom)
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Bank of England proposes 'more British style' of finance regulation

By William Schomberg and Iain Withers LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - The Bank of England said on Thursday it would move to a "more British style of regulation" for the country's huge financial services industry as it seeks to take advantage of Brexit. The BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority (PRA), which oversees the stability of banks and other finance firms, published a discussion paper describing its proposals for policy-making now that Britain had left the European Union.
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Bank of England proposes "more British style" of finance regulation

LONDON, Sept 8 (Reuters) - The Bank of England said on Thursday it would move to a "more British style of regulation" for the country's huge financial services industry as it seeks to take advantage of Brexit. The BoE's Prudential Regulation Authority published a discussion paper describing its proposals for policy-making now that Britain has left the European Union.
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