+ €2.6 mn

invested in courses in 2020

716 k

people benefited by financial education programmes in 2020

61

financial education programmes in the countries where we operate

+ 2,000

employees volunteered in financial education programmes

+ 5,700

hours of volunteering in financial education programmes during business hours in 2020

10 mn

financially empowered people between 2019 and 2025

+ €2.6 mn

invested in courses in 2020

716 k

people benefited by financial education programmes in 2020

61

financial education programmes in the countries where we operate

+ 2,000

employees volunteered in financial education programmes

+ 5,700

hours of volunteering in financial education programmes during business hours in 2020

10 mn

financially empowered people between 2019 and 2025

At Santander, we believe education is key to financial inclusion and protecting users of financial services.


Teaching financial concepts helps people to take better decisions about their money and protect their finances.

Financial education is at the core of our responsible banking agenda, through which we aim to make economic concepts easier to understand, reduce asymmetric information between customers and financial service providers, protect the most vulnerable through special tactics and promote market stability.

For us, financial education also means teaching people the tools to carry out digital transactions in a simple and secure way that protects them from identity theft and fraud.

Events

24
June
2021
Everyone can save and borrow: Inclusion and financial empowerment

This talk at our Work Café in Mexico will teach you the power of financial inclusion, giving you tools to help you manage your money better and achieve your goals sooner and more safely.

Learn more about finance on this site and explore Santander's wide range of financial education resources in its geographies.

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