Inversiones que son la bomba

portada informebanca2Inversiones que son la bomba. Negocios de la banca con empresas españolas de armamento. (Booming Investments. Banks doing business with Spanish Arms Companies.)

In this report, SETEM and the Centre Delàs For Peace and Justice Studies uncover the connections between the banks and the military industrial complex in Spain.
Fourty-two institutions have provided financial support with more than €1.37 billion to the Spanish military-industrial complex from 2007 to 2011. Most prominent are: Bankia, Liberbank, Banco Santander, Caixabank, BBVA, Catalunya Caixa, Banco Popular, Banco Sabadell, Ibercaja and Bankinter.

Authors: Jordi Calvo Rufanges, Joan Farrés and Axel Thamers, researchers of the Centre Delàs.

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La banca armada. Inversiones explosivas de bancos y cajas

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11th Report of the Centre Delàs For Peace and Justice Studies: Armed Banks. Explosive investments by bank and savings and loans

This study shows the scale of the involvement in financing the arms business reached by financial institutions which operate in Spain. Includes a ranking of the Spanish banks and their connections to the arms trade, at the top of the list BBVA and Banco Santander.

Author: Jordi Calvo Rufanges

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German Banks involved in the export of tanks to Saudi Arabia

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German Banks involved in the export of tanks to Saudi Arabia

Gelder, Ja Willem van, Petra Spaargaren. Amsterdam, Profundo Economic Research

A financial report conducted by Profundo shows the investments of german financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank or Allianz.

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Worldwide Investments in Cluster Munitions a shared responsibility

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Worldwide Investments in Cluster Munitions a shared responsibility

Boer, Roos and Esther Vandenbroucke. Bruselas, May 2011. IKV Pax Christi and Netwerk Vlaanderen.

 

This report, presented by Pax Christi and Netwek Vlaanderen, tracks financial transactions made by banks around the world for which the recipient was an arms manufacturer. Updated in 2011


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