Bankia


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Tens of thousands of ordinary Spaniards lost money when Bankia was listed on the stock market in 2011.
It "was an important year for us," Bankia President Jose Ignacio Goirigolzarri told reporters.
Bankia is currently developing a MicroStrategy-based scorecard for senior management to analyze critical KPIs.
Diebold said it will support Bankia to reduce the complexity of managing an assorted fleet of ATMs from different providers by providing multivendor, turnkey installation services for the project, including terminal audits, terminal pre-staging, software loading/testing, security module integration, signage and advertising deployment, ATM installation and ATM training for end users.
Dutch MEP Derk Jan Eppink in September claimed that Bankia, which was last year bailed out by the Spanish government, paid part of the world record fee and demanded an investigation into the matter.
However, Bankia has posted a better-than-expected netprofit, which optimists could see as evidence that the country's economy has turned a corner.
Spanish Bankia SA announced that it intends to sell its 12.
Bailed-out Spanish lender Bankia has hired Rothschild to help sell its stakes in companies, including power group Iberdrola and insurer Mapfre, as the bank rebuilds its capital.
ITALY, GREECE, BELGIUM CASES Investors in Spain's embattled Bankia can take some comfort from the prior experience of shareholders at Ireland's largest retail bank, Allied Irish Banks.
Bankia had to be nationalized in May to stop it going under, kept afloat by a government handout of 18-billion euros, Euronews reported.
Aviva has already offloaded its Sri Lankan business, reduced its stake in Dutch insurer Delta Lloyd and earlier this week announced it was netting almost PS500m after agreeing a settlement to walk away from its Spanish joint venture with Bankia.
The funds will be pumped later to the four nationalized banks as follows: Bankia - 17.
The transaction was managed by Bankia (MCE:BKIA), BBVA (MCE:BBVA), Santander (MCE:SAN), Credit Agricole (EPA:ACA) and HSBC (LON:HSBA).
Friday was also the day on which Madrid said it would grant a bridge loan to Bankia, that basket case of Spain's financial system, instead of shutting it down.
L'Etat a vole en mai au secours de Bankia, et trois autres banques (CatalunyaCaixa, NovaGalicia et Banco de Valencia) sont aujourd'hui nationalisees.