A long-term agreement will unite Santander with the world’s number one tennis player, who was previously linked to the Group through a partnership with Banesto. The partnership is founded on the shared values of effort, discipline, humility and respect.
Since 2002, Santander has invested a total of €669 million in these initiatives – in 2018 alone 58 were undertaken, a 7% increase over 2017 and nearly 11% more than in 2016
The new commitments were announced by the bank at the UN Climate Change Conference (COP25) taking place in Madrid.
Santander also expects to cut total emissions by nearly a half from 2019 to 2025.
Santander Erasmus Scholarships of up to EUR 3,200 will be granted to top-performing students and will consider the most disadvantaged socio-economic situations.The Bank is funding the programme's second edition with EUR two million and remains committed to granting 20,000 scholarships in Spain for this school year.
The central macroeconomic scenario for 2020 contemplates deceleration but no risk of recession in the short term. Estimates show global growth of 3%, as long as current geopolitical uncertainties are clarified.
Great Place to Work (GPTW) has revealed its annual ranking of the best companies to work for in Chile. The consulting firm organised an award ceremony in which the 50 companies with the best working environment in this country were represented, divided into three categories: companies with fewer than 250 employees, between 250 and 1,000 employees, and over 1,000 employees.
The UK food and drink sector, valued at more than £100 billion, has a golden opportunity to expand into new markets around the world, according to a report by the UK Food and Drink Federation (FDF) and Santander.
In our efforts to offer our customers the most innovative banking services, Santander Mexico, in partnership with Fibra Uno (“FUNO”), the first and largest Real Estate Investment Trust in Mexico, has begun installing "financial islands" in the country's shopping centres.