BSBR - Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
12.87
+0.25 (+1.98%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous Close12.62
Open12.87
Bid0.00 x 4000
Ask13.37 x 1300
Day's Range12.70 - 12.91
52 Week Range7.20 - 13.15
Volume571,591
Avg. Volume1,070,861
Market Cap47.76B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.40
PE Ratio (TTM)16.25
EPS (TTM)0.79
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.26 (2.02%)
Ex-Dividend Date2019-01-08
1y Target Est10.32
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Reuters17 hours ago

    UBS says was no negotiation over Orcel pay

    UBS (UBSG.S) communicated 'unambiguously' that it would apply its compensation rules to outgoing investment banking head Andrea Orcel before his appointment as chief executive of Spain's Santander was announced, the Swiss bank said on Friday. UBS wrote to the New York Times on Twitter, after the newspaper reported that there were months of negotiations between the Swiss bank and Banco Santander (SAN.MC) over Orcel's pay following the announcement of his hire in September. Santander on Tuesday said that Orcel would not take over as chief executive as the cost of paying him deferred compensation accrued at UBS was higher than it had expected, in a rare and unusual U-turn on such a high-level appointment.

  • CNBC3 days ago

    A top banker was about to be made CEO but his pay package was too big so the offer was yanked

    Andrea Orcel was named Santander's CEO in September after spending several years as UBS AG's top dealmaker. In leaving UBS, Orcel risked losing tens of millions of dollars in deferred compensation, which Santander decided it was unwilling to cover. Deferred compensation in the form of cash and stock has been Wall Street's go-to way to reward executives since regulators started cracking down on pay practices after the financial crisis.

  • Orcel's Rise to Santander CEO Ruined by Dispute Over UBS Pay
    Bloomberg3 days ago

    Orcel's Rise to Santander CEO Ruined by Dispute Over UBS Pay

    UBS Group AG held a hard line that Orcel, who led its investment bank until a few months ago, was defecting to a rival and wouldn’t receive bonuses he was owed from previous years. It wouldn’t be unusual for UBS to take a tough stance to try to dissuade one of its top managers from leaving, but Santander executives wagered that once Orcel was gone, the Swiss bank would relent rather than risk losing it as a client.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Red Faces as Top Bankers Get Their Math Wrong

    Hiring chief executives is complicated, but rarely does it go so wrong that an appointment is canceled months after the new boss has publicly accepted and disappeared on gardening leave.

  • Bloomberg3 days ago

    Santander’s CEO Debacle Is More Than an Embarrassment

    On Tuesday, the bank said Jose Antonio Alvarez — who had been made a vice chairman to make room for the new leader — will continue as CEO. The lender blamed the U-turn on the greater-than-expected cost of compensating Orcel for the $50 million or so of deferred compensation he would forfeit by defecting from his previous employer, UBS Group AG. It’s clear Santander hoped both UBS and Orcel would agree to compromise.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Venezuela children left behind as parents flee to find work abroad

    Yusneiker and Anthonella have been living with their grandmother since their father left Venezuela and its collapsing economy last year for Peru, to try and earn enough to feed them. Yusneiker, 12, and Anthonella, 8, are eating better thanks to hard currency remittances from their parents, according to their grandmother Aura Orozco, who is grateful for the dollars that offer a reprieve from Venezuela's annual inflation of nearly 2 million percent. The dark-eyed, curly-haired girl has clammed up and often answers her grandmother by simply nodding or shaking her head.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    What’s News: Business & Finance

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  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Santander Cancels Andrea Orcel’s Appointment as CEO Over Compensation

    Andrea Orcel, one of Europe’s highest-profile investment bankers, found himself out of a job Tuesday, when Spain’s Banco Santander SA said it would be unacceptable to pay him the amount of money it would have cost to make him chief executive. Santander said it was canceling Mr. Orcel’s September appointment after finding out how much it would need to compensate him for shares he would leave behind at his former employer, UBS Group AG, a figure that people familiar with the matter said was above €50 million ($57.4 million). The unusual U-turn highlights the fraught issue of executive compensation in Europe.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Spain's Santander drops Orcel as next CEO, blames pay gap

    Banco Santander (SAN.MC) said on Tuesday that Italian banker Andrea Orcel would not take over as chief executive after it could not meet his pay expectations, in a rare and unusual U-turn on such a high-level appointment. Jose Antonio Alvarez will now stay on as CEO instead of Orcel, who previously worked for Swiss bank UBS (UBSG.S) and was appointed to the role at Spain's largest bank in September. "The cost to Santander of compensating Mr Orcel for the deferred awards he has earned over the past seven years, and other benefits previously awarded to him, would be a sum significantly above the board's original expectations at the time of the appointment," Santander said in a statement.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    Spain's Santander drops Orcel as next CEO, blames pay gap

    Banco Santander said on Tuesday that Italian banker Andrea Orcel would not take over as chief executive after it could not meet his pay expectations, in a rare and unusual U-turn on such a high-level appointment. Jose Antonio Alvarez will now stay on as CEO instead of Orcel, who previously worked for Swiss bank UBS and was appointed to the role at Spain's largest bank in September. "The cost to Santander of compensating Mr Orcel for the deferred awards he has earned over the past seven years, and other benefits previously awarded to him, would be a sum significantly above the board's original expectations at the time of the appointment," Santander said in a statement.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Spanish court backs Reuben Brothers' bid for Santander headquarters

    Spain's Banco Santander lost a battle to regain ownership of its headquarters outside Madrid on Monday when a Spanish court ruled that the billionaire Reuben brothers had won a tender with a cash bid, net of debt, of 283 million euros (£252 million). Santander pays millions of euros in monthly rent to the owner of the 250 hectare plot whose nine futuristic buildings include offices, restaurants and a residence for its employees, which has an enterprise value of almost 3 billion euros, a source with the knowledge of the deal said. The tender made by Reuben Brothers, a fund with investments from real estate to mining owned by British businessmen David and Simon Reuben who are ranked 88th in the Forbes list of world's billionaires, was net of debt.

  • Reuters4 days ago

    Spanish court backs Reuben Brothers' bid for Santander HQ

    Spain's Banco Santander lost a battle to regain ownership of its headquarters outside Madrid on Monday when a Spanish court ruled that the billionaire Reuben brothers had won a tender with a cash bid, net of debt, of 283 million euros ($325 million). Santander pays millions of euros in monthly rent to the owner of the 250 hectare plot whose nine futuristic buildings include offices, restaurants and a residence for its employees, which has an enterprise value of almost 3 billion euros, a source with the knowledge of the deal said. The tender made by Reuben Brothers, a fund with investments from real estate to mining owned by British businessmen David and Simon Reuben who are ranked 88th in the Forbes list of world's billionaires, was net of debt.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    FOCUS-How Santander's Brazil unit is driving growth with car loans

    At BM Multimarcas, a used-car dealer on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, owner Santel de Abreu Bernardo can show you jalopies that most big banks would not touch. It has grabbed 25 percent of the market for car loans in Latin America's largest country, in part by extending credit to borrowers shunned by other mainstream banks. There are risks to Santander's strategy, as any used-car veteran will tell you.

  • Reuters8 days ago

    Focus: How Santander's Brazil unit is driving growth with car loans

    At BM Multimarcas, a used-car dealer on the outskirts of Sao Paulo, owner Santel de Abreu Bernardo can show you jalopies that most big banks would not touch. It has grabbed 25 percent of the market for car loans in Latin America's largest country, in part by extending credit to borrowers shunned by other mainstream banks. There are risks to Santander's strategy, as any used-car veteran will tell you.

  • UBS Requires Andrea Orcel to Wait Until April for New CEO Gig
    Bloomberg9 days ago

    UBS Requires Andrea Orcel to Wait Until April for New CEO Gig

    Santander officials thought the garden leave could be reduced because the two banks aren’t direct competitors, the people said. William Vereker, who left last year to join U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May as a business envoy, made the switch in less than six months.

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    Investor's Business Daily15 days ago

    Dow Jones Drops Nearly 700 Points; When Long-Term Apple Holders Should Sell

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  • Reuterslast month

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    The following are the top stories in the Financial Times. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. Headlines GlaxoSmithKline to break up after striking Pfizer joint ...

  • Reuterslast month

    UK regulator fines Santander over handling accounts of deceased customers

    The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said https://www.fca.org.uk/news/press-releases/santander-uk-plc-fined-serious-failings-its-probate-and-bereavement-process Santander UK did not transfer funds worth more that 183 million pounds to beneficiaries, directly affecting 40,428 customers. The retail and commercial bank, owned by Spain's Banco Santander (SAN.MC), also had "serious failings" in its probate and bereavement process, FCA said. "Santander is very sorry for the impact these failings have had on the families and beneficiaries affected.

  • Reuterslast month

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  • Reuterslast month

    Santander Brasil CFO expects asset growth of up to 8 pct in 2019

    Banco Santander Brasil may expand its assets by up to 8 percent next year, above the country's GDP growth rate, Chief Financial Officer Angel Santodomingo told investors on Tuesday. The announcement comes ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Julius Baer in talks with Santander over Venezuela business: sources

    Swiss private bank Julius Baer is in talks about transferring its Venezuelan book of business to Spain's Banco Santander as Baer reorganises operations in Latin America, sources close to the situation have told Reuters. Baer said in October it was closing its branches in Peru and Panama as part of its effort to focus on larger markets in the region such as Mexico, Brazil and Argentina. A source familiar with the situation, who asked not to be identified, said on Saturday that talks with Santander over Baer's Venezuelan book of business were under way but had not yet been concluded.

  • Julius Baer in talks with Santander over Venezuela business: sources
    Reuterslast month

    Julius Baer in talks with Santander over Venezuela business: sources

    Swiss private bank Julius Baer (BAER.S) is in talks about transferring its Venezuelan book of business to Spain's Banco Santander (SAN.MC) as Baer reorganizes operations in Latin America, sources close to the situation have told Reuters. Baer said in October it was closing its branches in Peru and Panama as part of its effort to focus on larger markets in the region such as Mexico, Brazil and Argentina. A source familiar with the situation, who asked not to be identified, said on Saturday that talks with Santander over Baer's Venezuelan book of business were under way but had not yet been concluded.

  • Reuterslast month

    Spanish online bank WiZink looks to float in 2019 -sources

    FRANKFURT/LONDON/MADRID, Dec 5 (Reuters) - Investment firm Varde Partners is planning to float its Spanish online bank WiZink next year, with investment banks UBS and Goldman Sachs likely to be selected as IPO coordinators, people close to the matter said. WiZink is expected to have a market capitalisation of around 2.5-3 billion euros ($2.8-$3.4 billion) and the initial public offering (IPO) would come in the third quarter of 2019, one of the sources added. Goldman Sachs and WiZink declined to comment, while UBS did not immediately respond to a request for comment.