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Banco Santander SA (ADR)

SAN

Latest Trade

3.69USD

Change

0.00(0.00%)

Volume

8,919,464

Today's Range

3.58

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3.69

52 Week Range

2.92

 - 

4.38

As of on the New York Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
3.69
Open
3.59
Volume
8,919,464
3M AVG Volume
124.50
Today's High
3.69
Today's Low
3.58
52 Week High
4.38
52 Week Low
2.92
Shares Out (MIL)
17,331.00
Market Cap (MIL)
62,673.08
Forward P/E
8.70
Dividend (Yield %)
2.41

Next Event

Santander Latin American Conference (Virtual)

Latest Developments

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About Banco Santander SA (ADR)

Banco Santander, S.A. is a Spain-based company engaged as a retail and commercial bank. The Banks segments include Continental Europe, the United Kingdom, Latin America and the United States. The Continental Europe segment covers all businesses in the Continental Europe. The United Kingdom segment includes the businesses developed by various units and branches in the country. The Latin America segment embraces all its financial activities conducted through its banks and subsidiaries in the region. The United States segment includes the Intermediate Holding Company (IHC) and its subsidiaries Santander Bank, Banco Santander Puerto Rico, Santander Consumer USA, Banco Santander International, Santander Investment Securities, and the Santander branch in New York. The Company's commercial model satisfies the needs of all types of customers: individuals with various income levels.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

Ciudad Grupo Santander

Avda de Cantabria s/n

BOADILLA DEL MONTE, MAD

28660

Spain

+34.912.890000

https://www.santander.com/

Executive Leadership

Jose Antonio Alvarez

Chief Executive Officer and Executive Vice Chairman of the Board

Bruce Neil Carnegie-brown

Vice Chairman of the Board and Lead Independent Non-Executive Director

Jose Antonio Garcia Cantera

Group Chief Financial Officer

Jaime Perez Renovales

Group Head of General Secretariat and Human Resources, Secretary

Juan Manuel Cendoya Mendez de Vigo

Group Head of Communications, Corporate Marketing and Research

Key Stats

3.00 mean rating - 1 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2018

48.4K

2019

49.2K

2020

44.3K

2021(E)

43.6K
EPS (EUR)

2018

0.449

2019

0.361

2020

0.262

2021(E)

0.378
Price To Earnings (TTM)
9.11
Price To Sales (TTM)
0.96
Price To Book (MRQ)
--
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
5.31
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
286.09
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
286.09
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
0.49

Latest News

Latest News

Exclusive-Orcel's Santander payout cut to 51.4 million euros -Madrid court document

A Madrid court has cut a compensation payout awarded to banker Andrea Orcel over Santander's withdrawal of a CEO job offer to 51.4 million euros ($58.75 million) from an initial 67.8 million euros, a court document seen by Reuters on Friday showed.

EXCLUSIVE-Orcel's Santander payout cut to 51.4 mln euros -Madrid court document

* Court reduces compensation to Orcel by 16 mln to 51.4 mln euros

Bruised Santander faces battle to save face in Orcel defeat

Santander plans to challenge a court ruling it must pay Andrea Orcel 68 million euros ($77 million) for changing its mind over making him CEO, though lawyers say the bank has a slim chance of clawing back much in a battle that has damaged its reputation.

Santander ordered to pay Orcel $76 million after losing court battle

A Madrid court has ordered Santander to pay Italian banker Andrea Orcel 67.8 million euros ($76.42 million) after it withdrew its offer to make him CEO, a pricey twist in an employment dispute that has captivated the world of high finance. The row between Orcel and Santander...

Andrea Orcel’s moral victory weakens Ana Botin

Andrea Orcel’s win is Ana Botin’s loss. A Madrid court on Thursday awarded the Italian banker 68 million euros as compensation for Banco Santander’s sloppy reversal of its decision to make him chief executive. The $53 billion Spanish lender has vowed to appeal. But this...

Factbox-Santander vs Andrea Orcel: how did things go sour?

Spanish bank Santander has been ordered by a Madrid court to pay Italian banker Andrea Orcel 67.8 million euros ($76.40 million) over a withdrawn offer to make him chief executive.

Madrid court orders Santander to pay Orcel 68 million euros in compensation

A Madrid court ruled on Friday that Santander will have to pay 67.8 million euros($76.38 million) plus interests in compensation to Andrea Orcel after deciding that the offer letter was a binding contract. ($1 = 0.8877 euros) (Reporting by Jesus Aguado and Emma Pinedo; Editing...

BBVA plans 3.5 billion euro buyback as Mexico drives profits higher

BBVA's third-quarter net profit rose 22.7% on lower loan-loss provisions and a strong performance from Mexico, its main market, which offset pressure on lending income in Spain.

UPDATE 4-Santander to release some pandemic provisions as profits jump

* Net profit rises 24% to 2.17 bln euros, vs 1.97 bln forecast

UBS chairman made clear Orcel would lose payout if he joined rival

Axel Weber, the chairman of UBS, made it clear in September 2018 to his Santander counterpart, Ana Botin, that the bank would not stump up Andrea Orcel's deferred pay if he quit to join the Spanish rival, Weber told a court on Wednesday, showing the pivotal role he played...

UBS warned Santander it would apply compensation rules to Orcel if he left

Axel Weber, the chairman of UBS, warned his Santander counterpart Ana Botin in September 2018 the Swiss bank would apply compensation rules to Andrea Orcel in case he quit, the Swiss banker told a Spanish court on Wednesday.

Court hearing resumes in Orcel CEO job offer dispute with Santander

A hearing between Italian banker Andrea Orcel and Santander over the withdrawal of an offer to make him chief executive resumed on Wednesday with the Chairman of UBS Axel Weber taking centre stage.

Court hearing on Orcel's Santander job offer set for October 20

A court hearing of a case brought by Italian banker Andrea Orcel against Santander over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO is expected to resume on October 20, a statement from the Madrid court said on Tuesday.

Hearing between Orcel, Santander over job offer to resume on October 20, source says

The hearing of the case brought by Italian banker Andrea Orcel against Santander over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO is expected to resume on October 20, a court source said on Tuesday.

Santander US holding to buy 20% of U.S. consumer unit for $2.5 billion

Santander's U.S. business is to buy the minority stake in its U.S. consumer unit it does not already own for around $2.5 billion, slightly more than it agreed to pay in July.

Santander profit beats forecasts on strong UK, U.S. performance

Spain's Santander beat forecasts with a 35% jump in second-quarter underlying profit on the back of lower loan loss provisions, strong U.S. consumer business and a rise in mortgage lending in the UK market.

Santander's payments fintech PagoNxt to expand in 30 countries in Europe

Santander, the euro zone's second-largest bank by market value, said on Monday its payment fintech unit, PagoNxt, would start to serve customers in 30 countries in Europe under the Getnet brand.

Santander M&A drive takes weird U.S. bypass

(The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are their own.)

Santander to buy U.S. fixed-income broker Amherst Pierpont for $600 million

Spain's Santander said on Thursday its holding company in the United States agreed to buy U.S. fixed-income broker Amherst Pierpont for around $600 million as it gains a bigger foothold in a more profitable business in this market.

UPDATE 1-Spanish banks face antitrust inquiry into COVID loan marketing

Spain's competition watchdog is investigating possible anti-competitive practices by Banco Sabadell, Santander, Caixabank and Bankia in the marketing of state-backed coronavirus loans.

Quote and financial data from Refinitiv. Fund performance data provided by Lipper. All quotes delayed a minimum of 15 minutes.

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