Coronavirus in Santander Group

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Press Releases
27/04/2020
Santander mobilises €100 million for solidarity initiatives to help combat the coronavirus pandemic

Santander is mobilising €100 million worldwide to fund initiatives to combat the coronavirus. The funds are being used throughout Santander’s home markets to buy medical equipment and support research into the virus through collaboration with universities and other bodies. The Together Solidarity Fund, which was set up by the Group on 23 March with €25 million, has now reached €54 million thanks to donations from the Group subsidiaries, employees across all the countries in which it operates and contributions from third parties. 

Press Releases Universities
22/04/2020
Crue Universidades Españolas, Banco Santander y CSIC lanzan la convocatoria FONDO SUPERA covid-19

La pandemia de la enfermedad covid-19 constituye una amenaza a nivel mundial y ha afectado de forma muy importante a nuestro país. Los desafíos a los que nos enfrentamos requieren más que nunca medidas colaborativas que nos permitan generar sinergias y ofrecer soluciones de alcance y rentabilidad social. Ante esta situación crítica, Crue Universidades Españolas, Banco Santander, a través de Santander Universidades, y CSIC han lanzado la convocatoria del FONDO SUPERA covid-19.

Press Releases Universities
02/04/2020
Banco Santander launches its online #StayHome scholarships for over 20,000 university students and lecturers

Santander Scholarships initiative seeks to assist university community during coronavirus lockdown. 

Press Releases
23/03/2020
To support the fight against coronavirus Santander board to review 2020 dividend and cut senior management and board compensation

The board of directors will consolidate any dividend payment from 2020 earnings into a single payment in May 2021. The final amount of any dividend will be approved by the board once the full impact of the pandemic is known.

Press Releases
10/03/2020
The board of Banco Santander holds an extraordinary meeting to review the coronavirus outbreak

The board has reviewed the actions taken to date, as well as the bank’s contingency plans which are designed to protect the wellbeing of its employees, customers and shareholders while ensuring that it continues to meet its obligations to all stakeholders.