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10th October 2017
Banco Sabadell relocates its registered offices to Alicante
Amid the political turmoil created after the disputed independence referendum in Catalonia, the Board of Directors of Banco Sabadell (which owns TSB) has resolved to relocate its registered offices from Barcelona to Alicante. Banco Sabadell has adopted this decision in order to protect the interests of its customers, shareholders and employees.
Sabadell will continue to carry on its business as usual to attend to the companies and families throughout all the territories in which it operates, under the supervision of the European Central Bank and the regulations of the European Banking Authority.
The bank has said that the relocation of its registered offices will not entail any transfer of employees, as the entity has corporate and operational centres in different cities in Spain and the UK.