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Banco Santander Brasil Q3 Net Profit At 4.27 Bln Reais
Santander Brasil board approves 3 bln reais dividend - filing
Santander Brasil CEO rules out share offering by Getnet, deal is merely a listing
Banco Santander Brasil SA is a Brazil-based bank. The Bank operates through two segments: Retail and Wholesale. The Retail segment provides financial services to individuals, as well as to small and medium-sized enterprises. The Wholesale segment focuses on large corporations and capital markets. Together with its subsidiaries, the Bank offers a range of financial services, including consumer, commercial and investment banking services, lending and financing, mortgage lending, leasing, credit card operations and foreign exchange. The Bank is also engaged in the asset management, capitalization, securities brokerage, insurance brokerage and pension plans operations. The Company has a number of subsidiaries, such as Santander Corretora de Cambio e Valores Mobiliarios SA, Banco Bandepe SA and Sancap Investimentos e Participacoes SA, among others.
Avenida Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek
2041, E 2235 - Bloco A, Vila Olimpia
Alvaro Antonio Cardoso de Souza
Chairman of the Board
Sergio Agapito Lires Rial
Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman of the Board, Members of the Executive Board
Angel Santodomingo Martell
Principal Financial Officer, Vice President Executive Officer & Investor Relations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Alberto Monteiro de Queiroz Netto
Vice President Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jean Pierre Dupui
Vice President Executive Officer, Member of the Executive Board
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Shares in Banco Santander Brasil SA were up 3% in morning trading after the lender on Wednesday posted a 12.5% rise in third-quarter profit.
Brazilian payments company Getnet Brasil, controlled by Spain's Banco Santander SA, made its trading debut on the Sao Paulo stock exchange on Monday with a 7.3 billion reais ($1.32 billion) market value.
Shares in payments company Getnet Brasil will start trading on the B3 and Nasdaq stock exchanges on Oct. 18 and 22 respectively, its current controlling shareholder Banco Santander Brasil SA said on Tuesday in U.S. and Brazilian regulatory filings.
Competition, the pandemic and sectoral demand are common challenges facing companies planning initial public offerings (IPOs), but Brazilian companies have started to flag a new risk: political upheaval from far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.
Brazil's central bank is preparing to require banks to account for potential losses from climate change-related phenomena such as droughts, floods and forest fires, in stress tests, positioning itself as a global leader in ESG-based financial sector regulation.
Banco Santander Brasil SA is set to post its best full-year profit in history this year, Chief Executive Sergio Rial said on Wednesday, as he prepares to pass the baton and become chairman next year.
Brazilian bank Santander Brasil said on Tuesday that current Chief Executive Sergio Rial would become board chairman, while corporate banking head Mario Roberto Opice Leão will become CEO, in moves that will take effect in January.
Twenty-three days in a Rio de Janeiro jail and getting stripped of his chief executive role were enough to make billionaire banker Andre Esteves consider leaving both Brazil and BTG Pactual, the investment bank he founded.
Brazil's Raizen, a joint venture between Royal Dutch Shell and Brazilian energy company Cosan SA, plans to raise roughly 6.9 billion reais ($1.34 billion) in an initial public offering, a securities filing showed on Wednesday.
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Brazil's biggest exporters, including Vale SA and Suzano SA, are demanding 19 billion reais ($3.77 billion) from a series of foreign and domestic banks in a lawsuit accusing them of manipulating foreign exchange rates, according to court documents reviewed by Reuters.
The Brazilian real firmed toward the six-month highs hit recently against the dollar, supported by expectations of a 75 basis-point interest rate hike late on Wednesday and hopes for more. In a statement due just after the U.S. Federal Reserve announces the outcome of its...
Brazilian bank BTG Pactual SA on Tuesday priced its units at 122.01 reais each in a share offering, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc invested $500 million in Brazil's Nubank, giving the fast-growing fintech a big vote of confidence as it seeks to widen its footprint across Latin America.
Brazilian banks saw profitability fall last year for the first time since the 2015-2016 recession, according to a central bank report on the banking system on Monday, as the COVID-19 pandemic forced institutions to increase provisions.
Brazilian internet service provider Brisanet has registered for an initial public offering, according to documents published by national securities regulator CVM on Wednesday, in what could be one of the nation's biggest telecom IPOs in recent years.
New data show that 2020 was yet another bad year for the Brazilian Amazon. Destruction of the rainforest increased by 13%, according to the Monitoring of the Andean Amazon Project, despite the Covid-19-induced global economic downturn. That may reinforce the impression that...
Banco do Brasil SA's new chief executive on Friday denied any political interference at the bank, saying President Jair Bolsonaro had only asked him to work on improving the state-controlled lender's profitability.
Brazil's Banco BTG Pactual SA has agreed to buy state lender Caixa Economica Federal's stake in Banco Pan SA for 3.7 billion reais ($653 million), it said in a securities filing on Tuesday, reinforcing its footprint in the retail segment.
Less than a month ago, Banco Santander Brasil had nearly 65% of its employees back in offices, while Brazil's two largest banks kept almost all of theirs working from home.
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