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What is Banco Santander?

Banco Santander

Banco Santander is an international bank that is part of the Spanish Santander banking group. It provides personal, business, corporate and commercial banking across Europe, Latin America, North America and Asia.

Where have you heard about Banco Santander?

Banco Santander is one of the world’s biggest banks and in the 2016 Forbes Global 2000, ranked as the 37th biggest public company in the world.

The Spanish bank has also been in the news for its many acquisitions of smaller banks, including the Dutch ABN AMRO Bank in 2007 and UK bank Alliance & Leicester in 2008.

What you need to know about Banco Santander.

Banco Santander was founded in 1857. In 2016 it held a market value of $72.5 billion, with 121 million customers worldwide. The headquarters are located in Santander, Spain, after which the banking giant is named.

Banco Santander provides financial services for personal, business corporate and commercial banking.

The company is a part of the Euro Stoxx 50, an index composed of the 50 biggest and most liquid stocks from 11 Eurozone countries.

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