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Last R$6.37 BRL
Change Today -0.30 / -4.50%
Volume 6.4K
As of 3:17 PM 03/26/15 All times are local (Market data is delayed by at least 15 minutes).
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Avenida Presidente Juscelino Kubitschek, 2041 and 2235

A Block

Vila Olimpia

São Paulo, SP 04543-011

Brazil

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Banco Santander (Brasil) S.A. operates as a full-service bank in Brazil. The company operates in three segments: Commercial Banking, Global Wholesale Banking, and Asset Management and Insurance. In its Commercial Banking business segment, the company focuses on long-term relationships with its individual and corporate customers (other than global enterprise customers that are serviced by its Global Wholesale Banking segment), seeking to support all of their financial needs through its credit, banking services, financial products, asset management and insurance products. The company also offers special financing and credit opportunities for corporate customers pursuing social and environmental improvement programs. Through its Global Wholesale Banking segment the company offers financial services and sophisticated and structured solutions to its customers, in parallel with its proprietary trading activities. The company’s wholesale banking business focuses on servicing local and multinational conglomerates, which it refers to as Global Banking & Markets, or GB&M customers. The company’s wholesale business provides its customers with a range of domestic and international services that are specifically tailored to the needs of each client. Commercial Banking The company’s Commercial Banking business includes products and services for retail customers, enterprises and corporations (other than global corporate clients who are served by its Global Wholesale Banking segment), its consumer finance business and its asset management and insurance services. The company serve clients throughout Brazil, primarily through its branch network, which as of December 31, 2013, consisted of 2,313 branches, 1,253 mini branches (postos de atendimento bancário or PABs located at its corporate customers’ premises), and 16,958 ATMs. In 2013, the company revised both its Individuals and corporate client classification models to better reflect the macroeconomic changes of the Brazilian market and changes in customer preferences. The company created a new high-income service sector, Santander Select, and the company adjusted its corporate sector to better fulfill its corporate clients’ financial needs. Retail Banking Individuals In 2013, the company revised its Individuals classification model and created a new high-income service sector, Santander Select, designed to provide its high-income customers with a new category of specialized financial services that allows them to better manage their assets. The company had opened 61 exclusive Santander Select branches with 400 relationship managers. Private Banking Business: The company’s objective is to offer its clients a range of financial products, banking services, tax planning and advisory services that provide recommendations on investments and asset allocation. Santander Select: The company’s objective is to offer wealth management advisory services to these customers. Santander Van Gogh: The company’s objective is to offer differentiated financial services to these customers. Santander Individual: The company’s model offers solutions, primarily through electronic channels. In 2013 the company launched the Santander Conta Combinada, which allows its clients to choose among four types of accounts, according to their profile. The company offers its retail lending products to customers through its extensive branch network and on-site service units. Payroll Loans The company’s customers are typically employees from the public sector, private sector and state pension holders. The company had 5.9% of market share in payroll loans at December 31, 2013, according to the Brazilian Central Bank. Credit Cards The company participates in the credit card market, issuing cards from the Visa and MasterCard brands to its customers (including both account and non-account holders). The company’s revenues from credit cards include administration fees, interest on unpaid balances, annuities and rates charged on cash advances. In 2013, the company maintained its partnerships with Vivo, a mobile phone operator in Brazil and the Raízen group (a Brazilian energy co

 

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