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banco

[′baŋ·kō]
(hydrology)
A meander or oxbow lake separated from a river by a change in its course.

banco

In Spanish architecture and its derivatives, a built-in seat.
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Buyer: Banco de Sabadell SA , Banco BPI SA , Banco Popular Espanol SA, Banco Santander SA
and the senior unsecured and subordinated debt ratings of Banco Mercantil
In its statement, Banco Popular said that a merger with the smaller rival was only one of the options considered in the context of the domestic sector restructuring.
Banco Santander Brasil SA might sell the five-year notes to yield about two percentage points more than US Treasuries.
In a following chapter devoted to Nanni's "public life and civic works," the focus is once more on the creation of a base of influence, that is Nanni and his father's carefully orchestrated movement up the hierarchy of Florentine politics: in the case of his father, Antonio di Banco, from guild consul to capomaestro of the cathedral shop and, in the case of Nanni, from guild consul to podesta to one of the Dodici Buonuomini.
Popular, the top-tier parent holding company of Banco Popular de Puerto Rico, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico ("Banco Popular"), has total consolidated assets of approximately $20 billion and total consolidated deposits of approximately $12 billion.
Durante los ultimos dos anos, el banco frances Credit Agricole, el canadiense The Bank of Nova Scotia, el italiano Banca Intesa y el mexicano Banamex han renunciado a sus participaciones.