Banco Santander Brasil SA


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Q4 2019 Banco Santander Brasil SA Earnings Release

Latest Developments


Banco Santander Brasil To Buy Back Up To 37.2 Million Shares, Or 1% Of Capital- Filing

CFO of Santander Brasil says bank is keeping a lid on funding costs

Santander Brasil CEO Rial Rules Out Raising Payout Ratio Above Current 54%, Bank Needs Capital For Growth


About Banco Santander Brasil SA

Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. (the Bank) is indirectly controlled by Banco Santander, S.A., and is an institution of the Financial and Prudential Group. The Bank operates through two segments, Commercial Banking and Global Wholesale Banking. The Company conducts its operations by means of portfolios such as commercial, investment, lending and financing, mortgage lending, leasing, credit card operations and foreign exchange. The Bank also operates in the payment institution, leasing, buying club management and securities, insurance brokerage operations, capitalization and pension plan. Through Global Wholesale Banking segment, the Bank offers financial services and structured solutions to its customers, in parallel with its trading activities. It also offers foreign exchange products, over the counter derivatives and investments to all of its clients, including institutional investors, corporate clients and individuals.


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Contact Info

Avenida Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek

2041, E 2235 - Bloco A, Vila Olimpia


Executive Leadership

Alvaro Antonio Cardoso de Souza

Chairman of the Board

Sergio Agapito Lires Rial

Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman

Jose de Paiva Ferreira

Senior Vice President Executive Officer, Director

Angel Santodomingo Martell

Vice President Executive Officer and Investor Relations Officer

Alberto Monteiro de Queiroz Netto

Vice President Executive Officer and Head of the Private Banking Segment

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2.63 mean rating - 16 analysts
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Santander Brasil revamps investment banking with new hires

Banco Santander Brasil <SANB11.SA> is making new hires as part of a revamp of its investment banking business in an effort to gain market share.

UPDATE 2-Shares in Brazilian banks down after cap on overdraft interest rates

Shares in Brazil's biggest lenders were down nearly 1% in early Thursday trading after the country's monetary policy committee imposed a cap on interest rates on overdraft credit, in a move likely to reduce their profits.

Shares in Brazilian banks down after cap on overdraft credit

Shares in Brazil's biggest lenders were down more than 1% in Thursday early morning trading after the country's monetary policy committee imposed a cap on interest rates on overdraft credit.

EMERGING MARKETS-Latam FX mixed after Fed rate decision, Chile's peso hits new low

Latin American currencies were mixed on Wednesday as the dollar teetered after the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates as expected, but signalled a pause in further rate cuts. Chile's peso led declines among the regional currencies, weakening 1.6% to a record low after...

Santander keeps plans to bolster Argentina consumer finance division

Banco Santander SA <SAN.MC> is keeping plans to boost its consumer finance unit in Argentina despite the victory in Sunday's presidential election of Alberto Fernandez, a Peronist, the bank`s regional head for South America told journalists on Wednesday.

Santander keeping plans in Argentina for new consumer finance division

Banco Santander SA is keeping its plans to create a consumer finance division in Argentina despite the election of Peronist president Alberto Fernandez, the bank`s regional head for South America told journalists on Wednesday.

EMERGING MARKETS-Chile peso at new low on slow mining data, unrest; other Latam FX drop too

Chile's peso slumped on Wednesday to an all-time low amid poor mining data and domestic unrest, while other Latin American currencies slipped as investors braced for interest rate decisions from the United States and Brazil. Chile's peso slid 1.5% to 737.53 to the dollar...

Santander Brasil sees financial margins under pressure in the coming quarters: CFO

Chief Financial Officer of Banco Santander Brasil SA <SANB11.SA> said on Wednesday that the bank's net interest income is likely to be under pressure in the coming quarters, as Brazil's interest rates hit all-time low levels and competition increases.

Brazilian unit of Banco Santander beats analysts estimates on retail lending

Banco Santander Brasil SA reported third-quarter results that beat analysts' estimates, mainly driven by the retail segment.

Dutch fashion retailer C&A, shareholders to raise about $445 million in Brazil IPO: sources

C&A Modas SA, the Brazilian unit of Dutch fast-fashion retailer C&A, and its shareholders expect to raise 1.8 billion reais ($445.5 million) in its IPO, including supplementary and additional share allotments, two people told Reuters.

Former chairman of Brazil's Banco Bradesco dies at 93

Lázaro de Mello Brandão, the former chairman of Banco Bradesco SA <BBDC4.SA> died on Wednesday at 93, after decades of building the bank into Brazil's second-largest private-sector lender.

Former chairman of Brazil's Banco Bradesco dies at 93

Lázaro de Mello Brandão, former chairman of Brazil's Banco Bradesco SA, died on Wednesday at 93 at a hospital in Sao Paulo, the bank said in a statement.

EMERGING MARKETS-Brazilian stocks lead Latam shares higher amid trade optimism

Latin American stocks tracked Wall Street higher on Wednesday, with Brazilian shares up more than 1% on heightened possibilities of a rate cut by the country's central bank and on positive outlooks from some firms. MSCI's index of regional shares rose 0.8%, with shares in...

Spanish stocks - Factors to watch on Oct. 9

The following Spanish stocks may be affected by newspaper reports and other factors on Wednesday. Reuters has not verified the newspaper reports, and cannot vouch for their accuracy:

UPDATE 2-Santander Brasil predicts loan book growth above 10% through 2022

Banco Santander Brasil SA expects to see its loan book grow by more than 10% per year through 2022 and maintain its current profitability ratio at 21%, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Rial said on Tuesday.

Santander Brasil predicts 10% annual loan book growth through 2022

Banco Santander Brasil SA <SANB11.SA> is likely to see its loan book grow 10% per year through 2022, Chief Executive Officer Sergio Rial said on Tuesday.

Sete Brasil creditors approve sale of rigs to UK's Magni Partners - sources

Creditors of Brazilian oil platforms and rigs maker Sete Brasil have approved the sale of four oil exploration rigs to British company Magni Partners, two sources familiar with the deal told Reuters on Friday.

UPDATE 2-Brazil's Caixa requests liquidation of conglomerate Odebrecht- court document

Brazilian state bank Caixa Economica Federal has filed a legal motion requesting the liquidation of engineering conglomerate Odebrecht SA, according to court documents seen by Reuters, in what could be a dramatic end to the graft-plagued company.

UPDATE 1-Brazil's Banco Pan prices follow-on share sale at 8.25 reais - sources

Brazilian lender Banco Pan SA priced its preferred shares at 8.25 reais ($1.98) in a follow-on share offering on Thursday, three sources with knowledge of the matter said.

Brazil utilities lean on bonds to finance growth, reducing state role

Brazilian power companies are raising a record amount of debt in local markets this year to finance construction of generation assets and transmission lines.

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