Banco Santander Chile (Time Correction) ( Announces First Quarter 2013 Analyst And Investor Webcast / Conference Call Time: 11:00 am (Eastern Time) April 26, 2013
Time: 11:00 am (Eastern Time)
April 26, 2013
Santiago, April 22 2013, You are cordially invited to participate in Banco Santander Chile's (NYSE: BSAC) conference call-webcast on Friday, April 26, 2013 at 11:00am (Eastern Time) when we will discuss 1Q 2013 financial results. The Bank's Officers participating in the conference call are: Raimundo Monge, Corporate Director of Strategic and Financial Planning, and Robert Moreno, Manager of Investor Relations. A question and answer session will follow the presentation. The 1Q 2013 earnings release will be published on April 25, 2013, after the market closes. The blackout period began on April 15, 2013 until April 26, 2013 after the conference call.
To participate, the webcast presentation can be viewed at:
Or please dial: 1-877-546-5020 or 1-857-244-7552
Participant Passcode: 72830859
Please dial in approximately 10 minutes prior to the starting time of the conference. If you are unable to participate in the call a digital Playback will be available on Start Date April 26, 2013 12:00 PM 2013 [ET] until End Date May 3, 2013 11:59 PM
Primary Dial-in: 1-888-286-8010
Secondary Dial-in: 1-617-801-6888
Participant Passcode: 42211858
If you have any questions, please call Robert Moreno at Banco Santander Chile at 562 2320 8284 or Cecil Diaz at 562 2320 2714.
The owner of this announcement warrants that:
(i) the releases contained herein are protected by copyright and other applicable laws; and
(ii) they are solely responsible for the content, accuracy and originality of the
information contained therein.
Source: Banco Santander-Chile via Thomson Reuters ONE
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