Banco Popular Investors Aim To Shore Up Claim Vs. Spain

Law360 (March 7, 2018, 8:47 PM EST) -- A group of Mexican former shareholders in Banco Popular Español SA, which was restructured last summer and sold to Banco Santander for a token €1, asked a New York federal court Tuesday for its help in tracking down information needed for an upcoming arbitration against Spain over its alleged role in the sale.

Led by Mexican billionaire Antonio Del Valle Ruiz, the 55 investors asked the court for an order authorizing them to obtain discovery from the New York offices of Spanish bank Banco Santander SA and its affiliates, saying the information is needed to shore up an arbitration claim they...

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