NeuvoBank will close its doors as the bank goes online, the Spanish bank’s CEO said on Monday.

Sergio Moraes said NeuveBank had become too big to manage and was unable to deliver the service it needed.

The bank will shut down and be wound up on November 6.

The move was announced in a news conference.

“We are very proud to announce that Neuverabank will close in the coming weeks, with all the facilities of the bank going into a new organisation,” Moraersaid in a statement.

“The Neuves Bank is now one of the biggest banks in the world, but it cannot deliver the high quality service that it has promised.”

The bank’s main business is in real estate, and its headquarters are located in Madrid.

The bank was formed in 2005.

Moraes told reporters that the bank had faced financial difficulties since 2010 and the bank’s problems continued to worsen in the last few months.

“After two years of tough work, we have come out with an announcement,” Morasaid.

“The Neves Bank has decided to close in 2019 and will go into a fresh management.”

Moraes said the bank planned to re-establish its operations, and that the staff would be given new jobs.

“They will be given a new role: to make sure that the Neves bank is not destroyed in this process,” he said.

A statement on the bank website said: “The decision to close the bank will take place at the end of 2019.

Meraes has been with Neve since 2014 and said the closure was part of a wider restructuring of the Spanish financial system.””

In this way we will build a new future together.”

Meraes has been with Neve since 2014 and said the closure was part of a wider restructuring of the Spanish financial system.

“I am happy that we have managed to stay in touch and in touch with the Spanish people, as this has been a very difficult time for us,” he told Reuters news agency.

“But it’s clear that this has changed and we must have a new approach.”

What I want to say is that we will not be abandoning our people and that we must continue to invest in the bank.

We will continue to do our part and help the Spanish economy to develop and grow.