UAE's Aabar buys $328 million Santander Brasil stake
DUBAI (Reuters) - Abu Dhabi's Aabar Investments AABAR.AD invested $328 million in depositary shares issued by Banco Santander's Brazilian unit (SANB11.SA) in the unit's initial public offering, Aabar said in a statement on Sunday.
Aabar is a listed investment company controlled by Abu Dhabi's state-owned investor International Petroleum Investment Company, or IPIC.
(Reporting by Thomas Atkins; Editing by Jason Benham)
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