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Please visit the section on Distribution of share capital, which provides the different distributions by investor, by continent and by share tranche.
On which markets are Santander shares traded?
As ordinary shares on the Spanish electronic trading platform (Continuous Market), as well as on the Milan, Lisbon, Warsaw, Mexico and Buenos Aires exchanges. As American Depositary Receipt (ADR) on the New York stock exchange, as Brazilian Depositary Receipts (BDR) on the Sao Paulo exchange and as CREST Depository Interest (CDI) on the London stock market.
What is an American Depositary Share (ADS)?
An ADS is a marketable US security that represents shares of non-US companies. They are quoted and traded in USD. Santander shares are traded on the NYSE as ADS. JP Morgan is the issuer for Santander ADS. Each ADS represents one ordinary Santander share.
What is an American Depositary Receipt (ADR)?
An ADR is a physical certificate (receipt) that evidences the number of ADS held by an investor.
What is a Brazilian Depositary Receipt (BDR)?
Brazilian Depositary Receipts are marketable Brazilian securities that represent shares issued by a publicly traded non-Brazilian company. BDRs are quoted and traded on the Bolsa de Valores, Mercadorias e Futuros (BM&FBOVESPA), in BRL.
What is a CREST Depository Interest (CDI)?
Santander does not issue share certificates. Instead, its securities are recorded electronically on CREST (the UK and Ireland central securities depository and settlement system) as CDIs. Each CDI represents one Santander share.
What in the Santander ticker?
London (CDI): BNC
New York (ADR): SAN
Sao Paulo (BDR): BSAN33
Buenos Aires: STD
How much does each Santander share cost?
As the price can vary, we recommend that you consult the most recent price in the financial media, at any Bank branch or through our remote channels (telephone banking, web banking, etc.).
You can also find this information:
• On the section on Price on this website.
• In the newsletters issued by Santander's Shareholder and Investor Relations team, at this link.
• Through the contact channels indicated here.
How do I buy Santander shares?
If you are a Banco Santander customer, you can place the order at your local branch office or through our remote channels (telephone banking, Internet, etc.).
If you are not a Banco Santander customer, please consult your depository banking institution or stock exchange broker. You do not need to be a customer of the Bank in order to invest in Santander shares.
Are there any additional costs when purchasing Santander shares?
As a general rule, you will incur the following additional costs: bank fees, brokerage fees and stock exchange fees. Ask your local branch office for the specific amount of these expenses.
Purchases of Santander shares through the Bank are exempt from bank fees, custody/administration fees, dividend payment or capital transaction fees, and transfers resulting from legal rulings, donations and inheritance.
How can I find out how many shares I currently own?
How do I transfer Santander shares from another depository entity to Santander?
You need only submit the latest securities account statement, signed by the owner of record, to the Banco Santander branch office of your convenience. The branch office will take care of everything needed to make the deposit.
What rights do Santander shares carry?
Shares carry shareholder status for the owner of record as well as the following rights:
• Participation in profits
• Attendance and voting at the General Shareholders' Meeting
• Shareholder information