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Banco Santander Mexico Sa Instcn D Bn Ml

BSMXB.MX

Latest Trade

25.00MXN

Change

-0.10(-0.40%)

Volume

51,290,246

Today's Range

24.71

 - 

25.20

52 Week Range

23.17

 - 

32.80

As of on the Mexico Stock Exchange ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
25.10
Open
25.19
Volume
51,290,246
3M AVG Volume
180.88
Today's High
25.20
Today's Low
24.71
52 Week High
32.80
52 Week Low
23.17
Shares Out (MIL)
6,786.99
Market Cap (MIL)
168,385.30
Forward P/E
8.08
Dividend (Yield %)
5.60

Next Event

Q3 2019 Banco Santander Mexico SA Institucion de Banca Multiple Grupo Financiero Santander Earnings Release

Latest Developments

More

Fitch affirms credit rating on Banco Santander Mexico SA

Scotiabank Inverlat SA Institucion de Banca Multiple Grupo Financiero Scotiabank updates on credit portfolio sale to Banco Santander

Scotiabank Inverlat SA to sell part of consumer credit portfolio for 4.1 bln pesos to Banco Santander Mexico

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About Banco Santander Mexico Sa Instcn D Bn Ml

Banco Santander Mexico SA Institucion de Banca Multiple Grupo Financiero Santander is a Mexico-based financial institution. The Bank is primarily engaged in the provision of multiple banking services, such as commercial and private banking products and services, securities brokerage, financial advice services, as well as other related investment activities and operations aimed at individuals and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The Company has a number of subsidiaries in Mexico, such as Almacenadora Somex SA de CV, Banco Santander SA, Casa de Bolsa Santander Grupo Financiero Santander SA de CV, Fideicomiso GFSSLPT Banco Santander SA, Instituto Santander Serfin AC and Santander Consumo SA de CV Sofom ER, among others.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

Av. Prolongacion Paseo de la Reforma

numero 500, Colonia Lomas de Santa Fe

+52.656.4236207

http://www.santander.com.mx/

Executive Leadership

Marcos Alejandro Martinez Gavica

Chairman of the Board

Hector Grisi Checa

Chief Executive Officer, Director, Executive President

Angel Rivera Congosto

Vice President of Banco Commercial

Jorge Arturo Arce Gamais

Deputy General Manager Global Corporate Banking

Roberto D Empaire Muskus

Deputy General Manager Risk

Key Stats

3.13 mean rating - 15 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, MXN)

2016

64.1K

2017

71.3K

2018

78.2K

2019(E)

87.3K
EPS (MXN)

2016

2.320

2017

2.610

2018

2.890

2019(E)

3.107
Price To Earnings (TTM)
8.18
Price To Sales (TTM)
1.84
Price To Book (MRQ)
1.26
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
7.03
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
196.99
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
87.87
Return on Investment (TTM)
--
Return on Equity (TTM)
1.50

Latest News

RPT-Santander to increase its Mexican business ownership to 91.6%

Santander will increase its ownership of its Mexican business to 91.65% from 74.96% after a stock exchange offer, the bank told the Spanish regulator late on Friday.

Santander to increase its Mexican business ownership to 91.6%

Santander will increase its ownership of its Mexican business to 91.65% from 74.96% after a stock exchange offer, the bank told the Spanish regulator late on Friday.

Santander's Mexican unit announces that chairman of board to leave post

The chairman of the board of the Mexican unit of Spanish bank Santander, Marcos Martinez Gavica, will leave his position, the bank said in a statement on Thursday.

Santander's Mexican unit announces that chairman of board to leave post

The chairman of the board of the Mexican unit of Spanish bank Santander, Marcos Martinez Gavica, will leave his position, the bank said in a statement on Thursday.

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam currencies rise, Brazil stocks slide as pension vote delayed

Brazilian stocks fell on Wednesday as a crucial vote related to pension reform was postponed to next week, while currencies in Latin America were mostly higher as the dollar softened. MSCI's index of Latin American stocks fell 0.8 percent, led by losses in Brazil's Bovespa...

EMERGING MARKETS-Most Latam currencies rise as dollar weakens

Most Latin American currencies firmed on Wednesday as the dollar weakened after upbeat economic data from China eased some fears of a slowdown in its economy. Currencies of Mexico, Chile and Colombia strengthened between 0.2 percent and 0.4 percent, but Brazil's real weakened...

Santander seeks full ownership of Mexican business with $2.9 billion deal

Santander has offered to take full control of its Mexican business through a 2.6 billion euro ($2.9 billion) all-share deal as the Spanish bank chases potentially higher returns available from Latin America.

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX mostly firm; Brazil hit by Petrobras, pension woes

Most Latin American currencies firmed against a weaker U.S. dollar on Friday amid signs of stabilization in China's economy, while assets in Brazil fell as a slump in Petrobras and uncertainty around much anticipated pension reforms weighed. Data on Friday showed that China's...

EMERGING MARKETS-Most Latam currencies firm, Brazilian assets slip

Most Latin American currencies firmed on Friday against a tepid dollar on resurgent risk sentiment, with rising oil prices supporting firmness among the region's net oil exporters' currencies. Oil-related currencies remained attractive, Morgan Stanley strategists wrote in...

Breakingviews - Santander’s $2.9 bln Mexico bid is easy to refuse

Banco Santander has made shareholders in its Mexican unit a proposal they can refuse. The Spanish bank on Friday offered investors in Santander Mexico the chance to swap their shares for stock in the parent company. Despite a 14 percent premium, the deal is unenticing. Investors...

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam markets sink, reform worries grip Brazil markets

(Recasts throughout, updates prices) * Brazil currency dives almost 3 percent, stocks down 3.6 percent * Argentina peso hits fresh all-time low vs dollar * Mexican shares buck gloom, rise 0.3 percent By Susan Mathew March 27 (Reuters) - Latin American shares and currencies...

UPDATE 5-Mexico president elect rules out bank changes after plan sinks shares

Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador signaled on Friday he would not support a bill proposed by his party to limit bank commissions, providing some reassurance to investors after stocks had sunk to their lowest level in over 2-1/2 years.

Mexico stocks slip, banks choppy after Thursday's market rout

Mexican stocks fell on Friday, tracking losses in United States, while bank stocks were choppy, with some rising but others whipsawing after steep declines in the previous session.

Mexico lawmaker pledges 'prudence' after bill sparks stock rout

A top lawmaker from the party of Mexico's president-elect on Friday pledged the country's leftist majority would act with "prudence" after a surprise bill to limit bank commissions sparked the biggest drop in stocks in more than seven years.

Mexican bank stocks sink on incoming government's proposed commissions cut

Mexico's banking stocks plummeted on Thursday after a senator from the president-elect's party unexpectedly presented a proposal to stop banks from charging certain commissions, deepening fears about the leftist's economic policy.

EMERGING MARKETS-LatAm stocks pulled lower by Mexico, peso drops against dollar

Latin American stocks fell on Thursday as Mexican stocks saw their biggest daily drop in seven years after a senator from the incoming party presented a proposal to stop banks from charging commissions for certain services such as cash withdrawals from ATMs. This comes less...

Mexico stocks plunge on ruling party bank commissions plan

Mexico's banking stocks plunged on Thursday, after a Mexican senator from the president-elect's party released a bill proposal that would prohibit or curb banks from charging commissions for certain services.

Mexico's next president vows security for banks in Santander meeting

Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday told the chair of Banco Santander, Spain's biggest bank, that his government will create a safe environment for banks, aimed at encouraging foreign investment.

EMERGING MARKETS-Latin American stocks slide following Wall Street losses

Latin American stocks fell on Tuesday after sharp sell-offs on Wall Street led by tech companies plagued by uncertainty over government regulation and privacy questions surrounding Facebook. The S&P 500 fell by 1.73 percent, with Facebook shares shedding 4.9 percent, bringing...

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