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Banco Santander has delivered €4,606 million in attributable profits for the first nine months of 2016, down 22.5% from the same period in 2015 due to the impact of extraordinary items announced in Q2 of this year and Q2 of 2015.


Banco Santander today brings its customers Apple Pay, an easy, secure and private way to pay that’s fast and convenient. Santander is the first Spanish financial institution to offer Apple Pay to its customers. Redsys and Mastercard collaborated in the initiative. “Apple Pay shows we are committed to collaborate and to bring innovation and new technology to our customers to make their payments easier, faster and more secure,” said Rami Aboukhair, country head of Santander Spain. "We are convinced our customers will love it.”


Ana Botín, Banco Santander’s Executive Chairman has inaugurated the IX International Banking Conference held in the Santander Group City with the claim of "Reinventing Banking". The meeting has brought together more than 1,000 international executives and was attended by top financial and economic personalities.


Banco Santander confirmed today that it is on track to deliver the financial targets it set in last year’s Strategic Plan 2016-2018, despite an increasingly challenging macroeconomic environment.


Banco Santander has announced today the launch of a committee to develop instant global payments in collaboration with other entities. These include: Bank of America Merril Lynch, Unicredit, Standard Chartered, Westpac Banking Corporativo and Royal Bank of Canada. The committee, known as the “Global Payments Steering Group”, will be tasked with the creation and upkeep of regulations applicable for international transfers using blockchain technology developed by the US startup Ripple.