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Banco Santander Brasil SA (ADR)

BSBR.N

Latest Trade

5.03USD

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52 Week Range

3.69

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12.68

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Pricing

Previous Close
5.03
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
21.70
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52 Week High
12.68
52 Week Low
3.69
Shares Out (MIL)
7,460.79
Market Cap (MIL)
19,056.37
Forward P/E
8.61
Dividend (Yield %)
12.50

Next Event

Q3 2020 Banco Santander Brasil SA Earnings Call

Latest Developments

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Santander Brasil's Brasil CEO says provisions are enough for the coming five months

Banco Santander Brasil To Buy Back Up To 37.2 Million Shares, Or 1% Of Capital- Filing

CFO of Santander Brasil says bank is keeping a lid on funding costs

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About Banco Santander Brasil SA (ADR)

Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. (the Bank) is indirectly controlled by Banco Santander, S.A., and is an institution of the Financial and Prudential Group. The Bank operates through two segments, Commercial Banking and Global Wholesale Banking. The Company conducts its operations by means of portfolios such as commercial, investment, lending and financing, mortgage lending, leasing, credit card operations and foreign exchange. The Bank also operates in the payment institution, leasing, buying club management and securities, insurance brokerage operations, capitalization and pension plan. Through Global Wholesale Banking segment, the Bank offers financial services and structured solutions to its customers, in parallel with its trading activities. It also offers foreign exchange products, over the counter derivatives and investments to all of its clients, including institutional investors, corporate clients and individuals.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

Avenida Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek

2041, E 2235 - Bloco A, Vila Olimpia

04.543-011

Brazil

+55.11.35535533

https://www.santander.com.br/

Executive Leadership

Alvaro Antonio Cardoso de Souza

Chairman of the Board

Sergio Agapito Lires Rial

Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman

Jose de Paiva Ferreira

Senior Vice President Executive Officer, Director

Angel Santodomingo Martell

Vice President Executive Officer and Investor Relations Officer

Alberto Monteiro de Queiroz Netto

Vice President Executive Officer and Head of the Private Banking Segment

Key Stats

2.83 mean rating - 6 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2017

16.6K

2018

16.2K

2019

16.6K

2020(E)

12.1K
EPS (USD)

2017

0.827

2018

0.909

2019

0.989

2020(E)

0.573
Price To Earnings (TTM)
6.65
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.20
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.01
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
5.74
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
189.01
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
81.68
Return on Investment (TTM)
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Return on Equity (TTM)
1.92

Latest News

Latest News

Brazil's biggest lenders let clients delay $44 billion in payments

Brazil's top four listed lenders are giving months-long extensions for consumers and companies to repay 235 billion reais ($43.98 billion) in outstanding loans, a move to give financially squeezed borrowers breathing room.

Brazil judge approves Odebrecht's bankruptcy restructuring plan

A Brazilian judge on Monday approved a bankruptcy restructuring plan for Odebrecht, the battered construction conglomerate that was a key fixture of the sprawling corruption probe known as "Operation Car Wash."

UPDATE 1-Santander Brasil launches $964 mln credit line for sanitation

Banco Santander Brasil SA said on Tuesday it has launched a 5 billion reais ($963.58 million) credit line for new investments in the water and sewage sectors.

Santander Brasil launches 5 bln reais credit line for sanitation

Banco Santander Brasil SA said on Tuesday it has launched a 5 billion reais ($963.58 million) credit line for new investments in the water and sewage sectors.

Credit Suisse, BNP may join Brazil's COVID-19 bailout of electric sector -sources

Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp may join a bank syndicate that will provide 16.1 billion real ($3.01 billion) in loans to Brazilian power distributors hurt by the coronavirus pandemic, three people familiar with the matter told Reuters.

UPDATE 1-Private equity firm IG4 to acquire Brazil's grain terminal in Itaqui port

Private equity fund IG4 said on Thursday it has signed a deal with Brazil's CGG Trading and its creditors to acquire CLI, which owns one of the largest grain terminals in the country, in the northern port of Itaqui.

Private equity firm IG4 to acquire Brazil's grain terminal in Itaqui port- statement

Private equity fund IG4 has signed a deal with Brazil's CGG Trading and its creditors to acquire CLI, a company which owns one of the largest grain terminals in the country, in the northern port of Itaqui, the fund said in a statement.

Santander Brasil denies plans to lay off 20% of workforce as reported by paper

Banco Santander Brasil SA <SANB11.SA>, one of Brazil's top lenders, has denied it plans to lay off 20% of its workforce in Brazil as reported by newspaper Folha de S. Paulo, the bank said in a statement sent to Reuters.

Santander Brasil to lay off 20% of workforce in Brazil amid COVID-19, paper says

Banco Santander Brasil SA , one of Brazil's top lenders, has started to lay off employees as part of a 20% cut in its workforce, newspaper Folha de S.Paulo reported on Tuesday.

Brazil's rescue plan flaws imperil small business recovery

Most of Brazil's small businesses, which account for more than half of its jobs and 30% of gross domestic product, are not getting the cash President Jair Bolsonaro pledged to help them through the coronavirus crisis, putting recovery at risk.

BRIEF-Brazil CenBank: banks deferred 535.7 Billion reais in loan repayments from March 16 to May 15

* BRAZIL CENTRAL BANK SAYS BANKS DEFERRED 535.7 BILLION REAIS IN LOAN REPAYMENTS FROM MARCH 16 TO MAY 15 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage: [ ] (Reporting by Ana Mano)

MOVES-Santander Brasil poaches Itau BBA banker Biase

Banco Santander Brasil SA has hired Joao Marcos de Biase from the investment banking unit of rival Itau Unibanco Holding SA as managing director, corporate & investment banking.

Brazilian lender Bradesco starts diagnostic tests on workers

Brazilian lender Banco Bradesco SA said on Friday it had started to test branch employees for COVID-19, the first part of a program planned for almost all of its nearly 100,000 employees.

Embraer, Brazil airlines hire advisers to discuss government support: sources

At least two Brazilian airlines and planemaker Embraer SA <EMBR3.SA> have hired investment banks to help with talks with state development bank BNDES for government support, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

Brazil's development bank BNDES to provide $704 mln to finance small companies

Brazilian state-development bank BNDES will invest 4 billion reais ($703.52 million) in asset managers focused on financing small companies, according to a document released on Wednesday.

Embraer, airlines hire advisers to discuss govt support, restructuring -sources

At least two Brazilian airlines and planemaker Embraer SA have hired investment banks to help with talks with state development bank BNDES for government support, sources with knowledge of the matter said.

Exclusive: Brazil, automakers deadlocked over loan collateral from parent companies - sources

Global automakers seeking emergency financing for their plants in Brazil have reached an impasse with several state and private banks, after the lenders demanded collateral from the parent companies, two sources told Reuters.

How housebound Brazil popstars and CEOs caught streaming mania and dominated YouTube

"Calling all the cattle! Our live broadcast is about to begin," Brazilian singer Marilia Mendonca whooped as she kicked off a recent three-and-a-half-hour quarantine performance of 'sertanejo' country music hits from her living room, streamed on YouTube.

BRIEF-Santander Brasil's CEO sees corporate loans growing faster, reaching 35% of loan book

* SANTANDER BRASIL'S CEO SERGIO RIAL SAYS BANK TO KEEP OPERATING EXPENSES GROWTH BELOW INFLATION IN 2020, TO WEATHER CRISIS IMPACT

Brazilian banks postpone $4 billion in debts for consumers, companies

Brazilian banks have so far postponed 22.2 billion reais ($3.91 billion) in debt installments due in the coming months, in a move to help consumers and companies amid the coronavirus outbreak, the country's bank industry group said on Monday.

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