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Banco Santander Brasil SA (SANB11.SA)

SANB11.SA on Sao Paulo Stock Exchange

43.03BRL
16 Nov 2018
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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Santander Brasil's CEO Rial says bank will continue to grow without acquisitions
Wednesday, 31 Oct 2018 

Oct 31 (Reuters) - Banco Santander Brasil SA ::SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO ANGEL SANTODOMINGO SAYS PRESSURE ON NET INCOME MARGIN WAS HIGHER ON CORPORATE LOANS.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SANTODOMINGO SAYS PRESSURE ON NET INCOME MARGIN IS A TREND FOR COMING QUARTERS.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SANTODOMINGO SEES POSITIVE TREND ON ASSET QUALITY.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SANTODOMINGO SAYS MANY BRAZILIAN COMPANIES ARE PREPARING SHARE OFFERINGS.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CEO SERGIO RIAL SAYS BANK WILL CONTINUE TO GROW WITH NO ACQUISITIONS.  Full Article

Santander Brasil's CFO says profitability will continue to grow
Wednesday, 25 Jul 2018 

July 25 (Reuters) - Banco Santander Brasil SA ::SANTANDER BRASIL POSTS Q2 RECURRING NET INCOME OF 3.025 BILLION (CONSENSUS ESTIMATE: 2.652 BILLION REAIS).SANTANDER BRASIL'S EXPANDED LOAN BOOK REACHES 368.2 BILLION REAIS IN Q2.SANTANDER BRASIL POSTS Q2 RETURN ON EQUITY OF 19.3 PERCENT (CONSENSUS ESTIMATE: 18 PERCENT).SANTANDER BRASIL POSTS Q2 LOAN-LOSS PROVISION EXPENSES OF 2.604 BILLION REAIS (CONSENSUS ESTIMATE: 2.574 BILLION REAIS).SANTANDER BRASIL POSTS Q2 90-DAY DEFAULT RATIO OF 2.8 PERCENT.SHARES IN SANTANDER BRASIL UP 3.4 PERCENT AFTER BANK REPORTS Q2 RESULTS.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SAYS BANK STARTED TO SELL CARD PROCESSOR MACHINES.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SAYS BANK WILL CONTINUE TO PAY "GOOD DIVIDENDS" IN COMING MONTHS.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SAYS BANK WILL GAIN MARKET SHARE WITH PROFITABILITY.SANTANDER BRASIL'S CFO SAYS PROFITABILITY WILL CONTINUE TO GROW IN COMING QUARTERS.  Full Article

Brazil central bank says board member Viana to stay for "considerable" time

SAO PAULO, Nov 16 Carlos Viana, the Brazilian central bank's board member in charge of economic policy, has reached an agreement with the incoming central bank president to stay in his position for a "considerable" amount of time, the bank said in a statement.