MADRID (Reuters) – Spain's biggest bank Santander might cut 3,000 jobs following its planned merger with its Banesto subsidiary, Cinco Dias reported about Friday, citing sources from unions plus close to the bank. Santander announced plans to completely absorb its 110 year-old Banesto brand last month, closing 700 divisions to cut longer-term bills. The bank had warned of slow however, thick job losses whenever it announced the deal however, didn’t provide a particular amount. Official talks with unions over the cuts might open about January 9, Cinco Dias mentioned. Nobody at Santander was instantly accessible for comment. …
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