Banco Santander SA (ADR)


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Q1 2021 Banco Santander SA Earnings Release

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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.


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Ciudad Grupo Santander

Avda de Cantabria s/n





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

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Santander offers to buy outstanding stake in Mexican unit

Spain's Banco Santander said on Friday it will offer to buy the 8.3% stake in its Mexican unit it doesn't already own, strengthening its grip on its Latin American businesses.

UniCredit to pay new CEO Orcel up to 7.5 mln euros, documents show

UniCredit's new Chief Executive Andrea Orcel will receive up to 7.5 million euros ($9 million) in annual pay, based on his fixed salary and variable compensation, documents posted on the Italian bank's website showed.

Orcel-Santander court hearing set for April 7, Madrid court says

A Madrid court has set for April 7 a hearing of the case brought by Italian banker Andrea Orcel against Santander over the bank's withdrawal of an offer to make him CEO, the court said in a statement.

UPDATE 2-Orcel-Santander court showdown delayed by COVID-19 case

* UniCredit says will not affect Orcel nomination as CEO (Adds details and reaction from UniCredit, Santander)

Madrid court suspends hearing between Orcel and Santander, court says

A Madrid court on Tuesday announced the suspension of a court hearing that was due to take place on Wednesday between Italian banker Andrea Orcel and Santander as the judge handling the case had to quarantine after being in touch with a COVID-19 case.

Aviva pushes back bid deadline for Polish unit over Santander contract - sources

Aviva has pushed back the deadline for final offers for its Polish operations to late March as the British insurer is still haggling with Spanish lender Santander over the renewal of a key distribution agreement in Poland, sources told Reuters.

Aviva pushes back bid deadline for Polish unit over Santander contract - sources

Aviva has pushed back the deadline for final offers for its Polish operations to late March as the British insurer is still haggling with Spanish lender Santander over the renewal of a key distribution agreement in Poland, sources told Reuters.

UPDATE 3-Santander bets on rapid recovery after first ever loss

* Will pay 0.0275 euros in cash dividend against 2020 (Recasts with Santander comments, shares)

UBS not in any talks on Orcel's deferred pay: chairman

UBS is not involved in any discussions over Italian banker Andrea Orcel's 55 million euro ($67 million) deferred pay package forfeited when he left the Swiss bank to join Santander, the UBS chairman said on Thursday.

UPDATE 4-UniCredit set to appoint Andrea Orcel as CEO - source

* Treasury official says Orcel 'well regarded' in Rome (Adds Santander, Orcel lawyer on lawsuit)

Spain's Santander to lay off 3,572 and close 1,033 branches

Santander has reached agreement with unions to lay off 3,572 employees and close 1,033 branches in Spain as part of a sweeping cost-cutting plan, a spokesman for the bank said on Wednesday.

IN BRIEF: FINRA fines Santander securities unit for letting 6 million broker emails slip review

By Jody Godoy The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority has fined Santander Investment Securities Inc for failing to capture 6 million of its employees' emails for review over five years in violation of industry rules requiring securities firms to monitor broker communications...

Wirecard's tech assets and platform bought by Banco Santander

Wirecard's <WDIG.DE> insolvency administrator Michael Jaffe on Monday said the payment system provider's technology platform had been sold to Spain's Banco Santander <SAN.MC>.

Santander plans to cut 14% of jobs, third of branches in Spain: sources

Spanish lenders, including Santander <SAN.MC>, are increasing cost-cutting measures to cope with the economic impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, ultra-low interest rates in the euro zone and a shift by customers towards online banking.

Santander signals worst may be over after solid third quarter

Santander <SAN.MC> rebounded strongly in the third quarter from a record second-quarter loss and tentatively signalled that the worst of the crisis may be over as loan repayment rates improved and cost cuts took effect.

REFILE-Barclays, Santander bosses call for return of bank dividends

The bosses of European banks Barclays and Santander have called on regulators to allow lenders to restart payouts to shareholders after blocking them due to the COVID-19 pandemic, saying they boost confidence in the broader economy.

Blackstone offers sweetener as tries to sell $1.2 billion of Spanish properties

(This October 6 story corrects date of Santander buying Banco Popular to 2017 from 2016; removes name of spokesman)

UPDATE 1-Santander to seek shareholder approval for cash dividend

Santander on Monday called a general shareholders' meeting on October 27 to approve a 0.10 euros per share cash dividend to be paid in 2021, pending a green light from the European Central Bank.

Santander job row with Orcel set for court showdown with Botin a witness

A high-profile row between Spain's Santander and Andrea Orcel will go to a court showdown in March after they failed to reach a deal over the withdrawal of an offer to make the Italian banker chief executive.

Madrid court calls UBS chairman Axel Weber as witness in Orcel trial with Santander

A Madrid court on Monday called UBS <UBSG.S> chairman Axel Weber to speak as a witness in a trial that will kick off on March 10 next year between Santander <SAN.MC> and Italian banker Andrea Orcel over a withdrawn CEO job offer.

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