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14:02

National

Court to investigate emeritus king over commissions

Mateo Balín

Anti-corruption Prosecutors working for the Spanish Supreme Court have taken over the investigation into the country's emeritus king Juan Carlos I and the possible receipt of commissions for helping win a contract for Spain to build high speed ... trains in Saudi Arabia. Some 80 million euros in commissions has been reported as part of the 6.7 billion deal for the prestigious AVE rail system in 2011. A court report says there could be evidence against the king, who abdicated in 2014 in favour ... suspicion started to fall on Juan Carlos after a former lover, Corinna Larsen, was secretly recorded saying that the king had received commissions. As well as the investigation in Spain, Swiss authorities have been investigating possible money laundering

14:27

National

Catalan party condemned over illegal commissions

SUR.

A court has proved that CDC, a nationalist political party that ran Catalonia for almost three decades, illegally financed itself by charging four per cent commission to companies in return for awarding contracts for public works. The scheme to sy

12:37

National

Spain left guessing as to whereabouts of Juan Carlos I after he leaves the country

SUR

...emeritus king's decision comes after information was revealed regarding a multimillion-euro fortune in Switzerland and tax havens, allegedly part due to the receipt of commissions and illicit financial activity. The main investigation is centring on ... possible commissions from Saudi Arabia to the King linked to Spanish companies winning a contract to build a high-speed railway to Mecca while he was still King. Juan Carlos had been immune for prosecution while still ruler of Spain. Rumours had Juan

12:56

Opinion

When a soft touch is anything but

JEREMY BLATCH

...introduction to 'soft dollars', a term used in the industry to describe the benefits received by a financial intermediary or broker dealer as a result of commissions earned on a transaction: in essence a kickback from broker to trader, funding both ... financial intermediaries are still inflating prices that are not disclosed. Recent cases successfully investigated and prosecuted by legal counsel acting for account holders is proof that, in spite of regulation, this practice continues. Commissions are

20:35

LifeStyle

14 September 1964: Birth of what is now Spain's largest trade union

Debbie Bartlett

...role was also played by the Spanish Communist Party PCE, and Roman Catholic workers' groups. In many places, the workers began to elect the more vociferous and active among them to form commissions to try to negotiate better conditions with the ... authorities. These were to be the origins of the Workers' Commissions, or Comisiones Obreras, which some years later developed into the CC.OO union. With increasing support for the demand for better conditions, these commissions had an effect and in 1958 the ... transformed from a clandestine and spontaneous movement into an organised group of commissions and it largely coordinated the entire workers' movement in Spain despite the Franco regime. It extended almost simultaneously in Madrid, with the Comisión Obrera

13:07

LifeStyle

Local filmmaker captures the global lockdown in 10-minute video

Jennie Rhodes

commissions are for the tourist industry here in Spain. “I would normally be really busy now in the run up to the summer season.” He said that he “wasn’t consciously looking for something to do” and was even suffering from “social media fatigue” at the

17:56

LifeStyle

1 November 1910: The anarchist CNT union is founded

FRANK GAVURIN

...followed. Despite being legalised again after Franco's death in 1975, it has so far failed to regain its former strength and is now dwarfed by the Workers Commissions and UGT. It currently claims to have 50,000 members.