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Banco Santander Brasil SA (SANB11.SA)

SANB11.SA on Sao Paolo Stock Exchange

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21 Jul 2017
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Banco Santander Brasil approves own capital interest payment
Thursday, 30 Jun 2016 01:03pm EDT 

Banco Santander Brasil SA : Said on Wednesday that its board approved to pay out own capital interest totaling the gross amount of 500.0 million Brazilian reais ($156.0 million), corresponding to 0.0634 real gross per ordinary share (0.0539 real net), 0.0698 real gross per preferred share (0,0593 real net) and 0.1332 real gross per unit (0.1132 real net) . Record date is July 6 . Ex-interest as of July 7 .Payment as of August 26.  Full Article

Banco Santander Brasil SA approves dividend and own capital interest payment
Monday, 4 Jan 2016 05:41am EST 

Banco Santander Brasil SA:Says on Dec. 30 it approved interim dividend and own capital interest payment totaling 3 billion Brazilian reais.Interim dividend amounts to 1.6 billion reais, or 0.203 reais per ordinary share, 0.223 reais per preferred share and 0.426 reais per unit.Interim own capital interest amounts to 1.4 billion reais gross, or gross 0.177 reais per ordinary share, 0.195 reais per preferred share and 0.373 reais per unit.Unit is composed of one ordinary share and one preferred share.Value of interim payments to be imputed to FY 2015 obligatory dividend.Payment as of Feb. 25.Record date Dec. 30, 2015.Ex-dividend as of Jan. 4.  Full Article

Banco Santander Brasil SA - Brazil's São Paulo bank workers plan strike on pay raise - Reuters
Thursday, 1 Oct 2015 08:00pm EDT 

Banco Santander Brasil SA:Bank workers in São Paulo, Brazil's most populous and richest state, plan to strike for an indefinite period starting on Tuesday after rejecting a pay proposal for the upcoming year - Reuters.The union late on Thursday shunned a proposal by the National Banking Federation for an inflation-adjusted salary increase of 5.5 percent. The union sought a raise of 16 percent, an annual recurring bonus equivalent to a monthly salary, and more benefits - Reuters.Leaders of the Sindicato dos Bancários de São Paulo, Osasco e Região union will meet on Monday night to begin strike proceedings, according to a statement - Reuters.The banking federation, which is known as Fenaban, proposed larger profit-sharing than in negotiations last year, but the offer fell short of union demands - Reuters.Usually banks and unions tussle over pay raises at this time every year, followed by short-lived strikes that seldom disrupt branch services - Reuters.Brazil's private-sector banks are headquartered in the state of São Paulo, which has about 23% of the nation's population and produces about 30% of gross domestic product - Reuters.Itaú Unibanco Holding SA and Banco Santander Brasil SA are based in the city of São Paulo, while Banco Bradesco SA is based in the town of Osasco - Reuters.  Full Article

Banco Santander Brasil SA announces interim dividend payment
Thursday, 10 Sep 2015 08:04am EDT 

Banco Santander Brasil SA:Says on Sept. 9 its board of directors has approved interim dividend payment totaling 3.05 billion Brazilian reais, or 0.386 real per ordinary share, 0.424 real per preferred share and 0.810 real per unit.Unit is composed of one ordinary share and one preferred share.Record date Sept. 9.Ex-dividend date Sept. 10.Payment as of Oct. 5.  Full Article

Banco Santander Brasil SA appoints as CEO its chairman Sergio Rial as of Jan. 1
Wednesday, 9 Sep 2015 08:15am EDT 

Banco Santander Brasil SA:Says that its chairman Sergio Rial will become Chief Executive Officer of the bank on Jan. 1, 2016, taking over from Jesus Zabalza.  Full Article

Banco Santander Brasil SA concludes sale of its qualified custody business for 859 mln Brazilian reais
Tuesday, 1 Sep 2015 08:10am EDT 

Banco Santander Brasil SA:Says it has concluded the sale of its qualified custody business with the sale of the totality of the shares issued by its subsidiary Santander Securities Services Brasil Distribuidora de Titulos e Valores Mobiliarios SA.Transaction has been carried out within the context of a global alliance between the company and a group headed by Warburg Pincus.  Full Article