BSBR - Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A.

NYSE - Nasdaq Real-time price. Currency in USD
11.345
-0.245 (-2.114%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT

11.340 -0.01 (-0.04%)
After hours: 4:02PM EDT

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Previous close11.590
Open11.430
Bid11.320 x 7800
Ask11.330 x 4000
Day's range11.270 - 11.440
52-week range6.860 - 12.110
Volume757,535
Avg. volume1,362,338
Market cap44.28B
Beta1.63
PE ratio (TTM)16.12
EPS (TTM)0.704
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.33 (2.89%)
Ex-dividend date2018-04-11
1y target est10.67
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  • Santander's Launch of Ripple-Based Money Transfer Service A Boost For Blockchain
    Investing.com4 days ago

    Santander's Launch of Ripple-Based Money Transfer Service A Boost For Blockchain

    Investing.com - Amid the uncertainty of the cryptocurrency slump, comes the certainty of blockchain technology.The launch of Banco Santander (MC:SAN)'s Ripple-based international money transfer payment service shows both the commercial viability and transformational power of blockchain distributed ledger technology.The service, called Santander One Pay FX, facilitates same-day currency exchange for retail customers in four countries --Spain, the UK, Brazil and Poland. The simultaneous, multiple country launch is the first of its kind. The smartphone app service will be expanded to other countries in the coming months. A payment app developed by Ripple and a consortium of Japanese banks is scheduled to launch in the fall.Ripple is also partnering with a number of other financial firms, including American Express (NYSE:AXP) and UBS.

  • Santander Chairman Says the U.S. Tax Bill Is Very Encouraging
    Bloomberg Video3 months ago

    Santander Chairman Says the U.S. Tax Bill Is Very Encouraging

    Jan.31 -- Ana Botin, Banco Santander chairman, discusses the global economy and outlook for the company overall. She appears with Francine Lacqua on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Polish regulator OKs Santander unit rebranding

    Polish regulator KNF said on Friday it had accepted Bank Zachodni WBK's (BZW.WA) plan to rebrand to Santander Bank Polska, despite previous criticism of the move. In 2014, Santander (SAN.MC) unit BZ WBK's Chief Executive Mateusz Morawiecki, now Poland's Prime Minister, was forced to abandon rebranding after criticism from KNF. Since then, KNF management has been replaced.

  • Motley Fool3 days ago

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  • Top Santander UK exec on brink amid row over ‎training course
    Sky News6 days ago

    Top Santander UK exec on brink amid row over ‎training course

    One of the top executives at Santander UK (LSE: 44RS.L - news) is on the brink of leaving Britain's fifth-biggest bank amid a row which has left colleagues complaining that he is a victim of "double standards" in its boardroom. Sky News has learnt that Mike Ellwood‎, the managing director for corporate banking, is this weekend negotiating the terms of his exit from the Spanish-owned lender. ‎Mr Ellwood, who has worked for Santander since 2009, when he joined from Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) (RBS), is said to have asked his secretary to complete a compulsory training module on his behalf.

  • Santander exec on brink over training row
    Sky News6 days ago

    Santander exec on brink over training row

    One of the top executives at Santander UK (LSE: 44RS.L - news) is on the brink of leaving Britain's fifth-biggest bank amid a row which has left colleagues complaining that he is a victim of "double standards" in its boardroom. Sky News has learnt that Mike Ellwood‎, the managing director for corporate banking, is this weekend negotiating the terms of his exit from the Spanish-owned lender. ‎Mr Ellwood, who has worked for Santander since 2009, when he joined from Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) (RBS), is said to have asked his secretary to complete a compulsory training module on his behalf.

  • Santander Launches International Payment Service Built On Ripple’s xCurrent
    Bitcoin Magazine7 days ago

    Santander Launches International Payment Service Built On Ripple’s xCurrent

    Banco Santander is launching a new international payments service, dubbed “OnePay FX,” based on blockchain technology. The service is available to retail customers in Spain, U.K., Brazil and Poland, and will be rolled out across more countries in the coming months. The OnePay FX app is available from the App Store for iOS devices.Banco Santander is one of the world’s largest banks with 133 million customers, 13,700 branches and 200,000 employees. With the launch of OnePay FX, Santander will become the first bank to offer a blockchain-based international payments service to retail customers in multiple countries simultaneously. The bank intends to make OnePay FX significantly faster than existing international payment services and to introduce instant international payments in other countries, besides the four countries supported at this moment, before the summer.“Transfers to Europe can be made on the same day and we are aiming to deliver instant transfers across several markets by the summer,” said Ana Botín, Executive Chairman of Banco Santander. “Our goal is to help the thousands of people who use international payments services every day, and we will be adding more currencies and destinations in the coming months.”Botín told the Financial Times that she was particularly keen to encourage the project — which took two years to develop — after seeing her son using a rival service to rapidly transfer money into Spain, adding that the Santander group aims to eventually make OnePay FX available as a standalone app that could be used by customers at other banks.OnePay FX is built on xCurrent, Ripple’s enterprise software solution for cross-border interbank payments with end-to-end tracking. The xCurrent platform allows banks to message each other in real-time to confirm payment details before initiating a transaction, and to confirm delivery once it settles.With xCurrent, Ripple wants to offer a flexible, real-time, cross-currency settlement solution that enables banks to differentiate themselves by offering new cross-border payments services while lowering their total cost of settlement. “The solution is specifically designed to meet the needs of banks by fitting within their existing risk, compliance and information security frameworks,” notes a Ripple solution outline. “Ripple’s software is installed within the bank’s infrastructure and is built to interface with the bank’s systems.”“Ripple’s products, including xCurrent, help financial institutions across the globe enhance their customer experience by making the global movement of money more fluid,” said senior Ripple VP Marcus Treacher. “With OnePay FX, Santander customers in can now send payments across borders in a fast and simple way.”xCurrent, is built around an open, neutral protocol, Interledger Protocol (ILP), which enables interoperation between different ledgers and networks. According to Ripple, xCurrent offers a cryptographically secure, end-to-end payment flow with transaction immutability and information redundancy. “OnePay FX uses blockchain-based technology to provide a fast, simple and secure way to transfer money internationally — offering value, transparency, and the trust and service customers expect from a bank like Santander,” continued Botín. “From today, customers in the U.K. can use OnePay to transfer money across Europe and to the U.S. In Spain, customers can transfer to the U.K. and U.S., while customers in Brazil and Poland can transfer to the U.K.”In a 2015 paper titled “The Fintech 2.0 Paper: Rebooting financial services,” Santander Innoventures, the $200 million fintech venture capital fund of Santander Group, issued “a call to action to banks, financial institutions and financial technology (fintech) businesses to work together to undertake a fundamental ‘reboot’ of the core processes, systems and infrastructure of the banking industry.”Santander Innoventures is an investor in Ripple. “Santander has long been an advocate for modernizing banking infrastructure,” said Mariano Belinky, managing partner of Santander InnoVentures, commenting on the announcement of the fund’s investment in Ripple. “We believe Ripple possesses the talent, technology and momentum to address many of these scenarios.” In a 2016 pilot project, Santander U.K. tested Ripple’s blockchain technology for international payments. The iOS app used in the pilot project worked in connection with Apple Pay.“Blockchain technology offers tremendous opportunities to improve the services we offer our customers, and the launch of Santander OnePay FX is the first of many potential applications,” concluded Botín. According to Ripple, frictions in global payments will be eliminated as more financial institutions like Santander adopt and build upon Ripple solutions. This article originally appeared on Bitcoin Magazine.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Growth in London's finance centre to stall because of Brexit, says Santander boss

    The chairwoman of Spain's biggest bank Banco Santander (SAN.MC) Ana Botin warned on Thursday that growth in London's financial centre was set to stall due to the turmoil triggered by Brexit. "I don't think so many companies or people are going to leave the UK, it is the people that are not coming that we should worry about because the UK was on a huge upward trend and that is not as strong now," Botin told the audience at an event organised by the Wall Street Journal in London.

  • Reuters - UK Focus8 days ago

    Growth in London's finance centre to stall because of Brexit, says Santander boss

    The chairwoman of Spain's biggest bank Banco Santander Ana Botin warned on Thursday that growth in London's financial centre was set to stall due to the turmoil triggered by Brexit. "I don't think so many companies or people are going to leave the UK, it is the people that are not coming that we should worry about because the UK was on a huge upward trend and that is not as strong now," Botin told the audience at an event organised by the Wall Street Journal in London.

  • Bloomberg11 days ago

    Santander Tries to Decrease Loan Exposure to Rome-Based Builder

    Banco Santander SA is seeking to reduce loan exposure to Rome-based builder Astaldi SpA, according to people familiar with the matter.

  • Crypto Weekly Update: Downtrend in Cryptocurrencies Resumes, Ethereum Remains Bearish
    FX Empire26 days ago

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  • Santander ups dividend but is heckled over Popular acquisition
    Reuters28 days ago

    Santander ups dividend but is heckled over Popular acquisition

    Spain's Banco Santander (SAN.MC) told shareholders on Friday they would receive increased dividends this year, but executives at the annual general meeting were heckled by former investors in a lender it took over last year. Chairwoman Ana Botin said the bank would pay a dividend of 0.23 euros ($0.28) per share against 2018 earnings, a 4.5 percent rise from 2017. It will move to full cash payments in 2019.

  • More Male Hosts at Santander Meeting Show Spain's Culture Change
    Bloomberg29 days ago

    More Male Hosts at Santander Meeting Show Spain's Culture Change

    When Santander shareholders descend on the bank’s home town for its annual general meeting, the red-liveried staff showing them to their seats will be both men and women.

  • Cross-bencher Lord Cromwell to oversee RBS state aid deal
    Sky News2 months ago

    Cross-bencher Lord Cromwell to oversee RBS state aid deal

    The Treasury is lining up a crossbench peer to oversee an £800m handout of‎ funds aimed at removing another obstacle to the reprivatisation of taxpayers' stake in Royal Bank of Scotland (LSE: RBS.L - news) (RBS). Sky News has learnt that Lord Cromwell‎, a former executive at Barclays (LSE: BARC.L - news) ' wealth arm and Brewin Dolphin (Other OTC: BDNHF - news) , is close to being named as the chair of a new independent body that will supervise the distribution of the money. Sources said an announcement could be made about Lord Cromwell's appointment by ministers as soon as this week.

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  • Kept out: How banks block people of color from homeownership
    Associated Press2 months ago

    Kept out: How banks block people of color from homeownership

    Fifty years after the federal Fair Housing Act banned racial discrimination in lending, African Americans and Latinos continue to be routinely denied conventional mortgage loans at rates far higher than ...

  • If You Bought $1,000 of Ripple in 2017, Here's What It Would Be Worth Today
    Motley Fool2 months ago

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    The short answer: You'd have a six-figure sum.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Burnt Banco Popular investors contest "flawed" rescue valuation

    European authorities used a "flawed" negative valuation for the sale of Spain's failing Banco Popular last year which undermined the process, a law firm seeking redress for investors who lost money on the bank's bonds said on Friday. Popular's sale to Banco Santander in June for a nominal one euro included the writing off of all "subordinated" debt and was hailed by regulators as a successful first test of a new European model aimed at shielding taxpayers and depositors. Deloitte cautioned its valuation of Popular -- which was between 1.3 billion euros and negative 8.2 billion euros -- was "highly uncertain and provisional" and the real value could best be determined through an open sale.

  • 5 Brand-Name Companies Testing Ripple's Technology
    Motley Fool2 months ago

    5 Brand-Name Companies Testing Ripple's Technology

    From cross-border payments to money transfers, Ripple's blockchain and XRP token are picking up steam.

  • Associated Press3 months ago

    Banco Santander posts 4Q profit

    The bank, based in Madrid, said it had earnings of 10 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs, were 13 cents per share. The financial holding company posted revenue of $14.21 billion ...

  • The Wall Street Journal3 months ago

    [$$] Santander 4Q Net Profit Decline Hit By One-Offs

    Banco Santander said Wednesday that its fourth-quarter net profit fell slightly compared with the year earlier, hit by one-off items.

  • Botin Says Higher Dividend Is Option as Santander Builds Capital
    Bloomberg3 months ago

    Botin Says Higher Dividend Is Option as Santander Builds Capital

    Banco Santander SA Chairman Ana Botin held out the prospect that Spain’s biggest bank could increase its dividend as it continues to build capital.

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  • 10 things you need to know in markets today
    Business Insider3 months ago

    10 things you need to know in markets today

    1. Five UK banks are facing heavy losses on loans to Carillion, after irreconcilable differences between the company, its lenders and the government pushed the UK construction and services group into liquidation on Monday, sources told Reuters. Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), HSBC, Santander, Lloyds and Barclays are among the most heavily exposed after providing £140 million of emergency loans in September 2017 and are also lenders on a £790 million revolving credit facility. 2. The £7.4 billion hostile takeover bid for GKN from Melrose has erupted into life with the FTSE 100 car and aircraft parts group indicating that Melrose has bitten off more than it can chew and accusing its unwelcome predator of peddling fake news, the Times reported. GKN came out swinging yesterday after Wednesday’s formal takeover bid from Melrose, a £4.5 billion London-listed acquisitive conglomerate, which has launched the first hostile bid for a blue-chip stock in a decade.

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