Ajax loader
By using our website, you agree to our use of cookies as described in Cookie Policy.

Can't find what you're looking for?

 

Be sure to Sign in to see all available content.

 

If you don't have an account, Register here.

Search results for: Grupo-Santander

USA-BANKS/STRESS-FAILURE
RTX2J0IM
June 30, 2016
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event, in Madrid, Spain,...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event in Madrid
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event, in Madrid, Spain, June 30, 2016. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
USA-BANKS/STRESS-FAILURE
RTX2J0FP
June 30, 2016
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event, in Madrid, Spain,...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event in Madrid
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event, in Madrid, Spain, June 30, 2016. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
USA-BANKS/STRESS-FAILURE
RTX2J0F2
June 30, 2016
Ana Patricia Botin (R), chairman of the Spanish bank Santander, the euro zone's largest lender by market...
Madrid, Spain
Spanish bank Santander chairman Ana Patricia Botin attends a Let Girls Learn event in Madrid
Ana Patricia Botin (R), chairman of the Spanish bank Santander, the euro zone's largest lender by market value, attends a Let Girls Learn event, in Madrid, Spain, June 30, 2016. REUTERS/Andrea Comas
SANTANDER-LAYOFFS/
RTSDU88
April 06, 2016
A Santander logo is seen on a branch in central Madrid, Spain, in this file picture taken January 26,...
Madrid, Spain
File picture shows a Santander logo on a branch in central Madrid, Spain
A Santander logo is seen on a branch in central Madrid, Spain, in this file picture taken January 26, 2016. Spain's biggest bank Santander plans to lay off 1,200 staff as part of a country-wide restructuring plan, the Comisiones Obreras union said on April 6, 2016 after talks with the lender. REUTERS/Andrea Comas/Files
SPAIN-SANTANDER/
RTSD3VL
April 01, 2016
People wait outside a Santander bank branch prior to its opening to the public in downtown Ronda, southern...
RONDA, Spain
People wait outside a Santander bank branch prior to its opening to the public in downtown Ronda
People wait outside a Santander bank branch prior to its opening to the public in downtown Ronda, southern Spain, April 1, 2016. REUTERS/Jon Nazca TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
MOTOR-F1/MEXICO
RTSA2OA
March 09, 2016
Haas Formula One driver Esteban Gutierrez of Mexico (R) shakes hands with Rodrigo Brand de Lara, Deputy...
Mexico City, Mexico
Haas F1 driver Gutierrez of Mexico shakes hands with Rodrigo Brand de Lara, Deputy General Director of...
Haas Formula One driver Esteban Gutierrez of Mexico (R) shakes hands with Rodrigo Brand de Lara, Deputy General Director of Institutional Relations and Communication of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V., during a news conference in Mexico City, Mexico, March 9, 2016. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
SANTANDER-RESULTS/
RTX1MECT
July 30, 2015
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN...
Madrid, Spain
People use ATM machines at a Santander bank branch in Madrid
ATTENTION EDITORS: SPANISH LAW REQUIRES THAT THE FACES OF MINORS ARE MASKED IN PUBLICATIONS WITHIN SPAIN People use ATM machines at a Santander bank branch in Madrid, Spain, July 30, 2015. Santander, the euro zone's biggest bank, on Thursday posted an 18 percent rise in second quarter net profit from a year ago, helped by rising revenues in Britain and the United States. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SANTANDER-RESULTS/
RTX1MECR
July 30, 2015
A woman walks past a Santander bank branch in Madrid, Spain, July 30, 2015. Santander, the euro zone's...
Madrid, Spain
A woman walks past a Santander bank branch in Madrid
A woman walks past a Santander bank branch in Madrid, Spain, July 30, 2015. Santander, the euro zone's biggest bank, on Thursday posted an 18 percent rise in second quarter net profit from a year ago, helped by rising revenues in Britain and the United States. REUTERS/Susana Vera
SANTANDER-RESULTS/
RTX1MECQ
July 30, 2015
People walk past a Santander bank branch in Madrid, Spain, July 30, 2015. Santander, the euro zone's...
Madrid, Spain
People walk past a Santander bank branch in Madrid
People walk past a Santander bank branch in Madrid, Spain, July 30, 2015. Santander, the euro zone's biggest bank, on Thursday posted an 18 percent rise in second quarter net profit from a year ago, helped by rising revenues in Britain and the United States. REUTERS/Susana Vera
BRAZIL/
RTX14OGK
October 26, 2013
A demonstrator from the group called Black Bloc attacks a Santander bank branch, during a protest against...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A demonstrator from the group called Black Bloc attacks a Santander bank branch, during a protest against...
A demonstrator from the group called Black Bloc attacks a Santander bank branch, during a protest against bad conditions of public transport in Sao Paulo October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Nacho Doce (BRAZIL - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR38G4B
September 26, 2012
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New...
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 26, 2012. Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is the first company from Mexico and the 4th Latin American company to list its IPO on NYSE Euronext markets in 2012. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR38G46
September 26, 2012
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New...
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 26, 2012. Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is the first company from Mexico and the 4th Latin American company to list its IPO on NYSE Euronext markets in 2012. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR38G45
September 26, 2012
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez (L) celebrates his company's first trade following it's...
New York, UNITED STATES
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez celebrates his company's first trade following it's IPO...
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez (L) celebrates his company's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 26, 2012. Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is the first company from Mexico and the 4th Latin American company to list its IPO on NYSE Euronext markets in 2012. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR38G41
September 26, 2012
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New...
New York, UNITED STATES
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New...
Traders await the Grupo Financiero Santander's first trade following it's IPO on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 26, 2012. Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is the first company from Mexico and the 4th Latin American company to list its IPO on NYSE Euronext markets in 2012. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR38G3W
September 26, 2012
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York...
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 26, 2012. Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is the first company from Mexico and the 4th Latin American company to list its IPO on NYSE Euronext markets in 2012. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR38G3R
September 26, 2012
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York...
New York, UNITED STATES
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York...
Grupo Financiero Santander CEO Marcos Martinez speaks during an interview on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, September 26, 2012. Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico, S.A.B. de C.V. is the first company from Mexico and the 4th Latin American company to list its IPO on NYSE Euronext markets in 2012. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37HFU
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander gives a speech at a hotel in Mexico City September...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander gives a speech at a hotel in Mexico City
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander gives a speech at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37HFN
September 04, 2012
Marcos Martinez, chief executive of Spanish bank Santander in Mexico (R) gives a speech next to Emilio...
Mexico City, Mexico
Marcos Martinez, chief executive of Spanish bank Santander in Mexico gives a speech next to Emilio Botin,...
Marcos Martinez, chief executive of Spanish bank Santander in Mexico (R) gives a speech next to Emilio Botin, chairman of Santander, during a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37HF8
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, leaves after attend a news conference at a...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, leaves after attend a news conference at a...
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, leaves after attend a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37H72
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37H6V
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37H6C
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, attends a news conference at a hotel in Mexico...
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37H66
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER/
RTR37H63
September 04, 2012
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Mexico City, Mexico
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at...
Emilio Botin, chairman of Spain's largest bank Santander, gives a speech during a news conference at a hotel in Mexico City September 4, 2012. Spanish bank Santander said on Tuesday it would seek to raise up to 3.4 billion euros ($4.3 billion) through the stock market listing of a quarter of its Mexican unit as it looks to boost capital levels and weather a grinding recession at home. The euro zone's biggest bank said it would list 24.9 percent of Grupo Financiero Santander Mexico in what could be Mexico's biggest initial public offering ever, valuing the unit at up to 13.7 billion euros. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: BUSINESS)
MOTOR-RACING-PRIX/
RTR2GB48
July 11, 2010
Red Bull Formula One driver Mark Webber (R) of Australia reacts after winning the British F1 Grand Prix...
Silverstone, United Kingdom
Red Bull Formula One driver Webber of Australia reacts after winning the British F1 Grand Prix at Silverstone...
Red Bull Formula One driver Mark Webber (R) of Australia reacts after winning the British F1 Grand Prix at Silverstone, central England, July 11, 2010. REUTERS/Nigel Roddis (BRITAIN - Tags: SPORT MOTOR RACING IMAGES OF THE DAY)
SANTANDER/
RTR29TN8
February 04, 2010
An illuminated sign depicting people walking is displayed at euro zone's largest bank Santander's headquarter...
Boadilla Del Monte, Spain
An illuminated sign depicting people walking is displayed at euro zone's largest bank Santander's headquarter...
An illuminated sign depicting people walking is displayed at euro zone's largest bank Santander's headquarter in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, February 4, 2010. Santander, the euro zone's largest bank, maintained net profits at 8.9 billion euros ($12 billion) last year, with an overseas expansion into fast-growing areas like Brazil paying off while it battles a deep recession in Spain. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN - Tags: BUSINESS)
SANTANDER-BRAZIL/
RTXPEG5
October 07, 2009
A woman walks past Santander bank branch in Rio de Janeiro October 7, 2009. Banco Santander (Brasil)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A woman walks past Santander bank branch in Rio de Janeiro
A woman walks past Santander bank branch in Rio de Janeiro October 7, 2009. Banco Santander (Brasil) SA shares started trade at $13.30 on the New York Stock Exchange, or 1 percent below its IPO price. On Tuesday, the bank, the Brazilian unit of Spanish bank Santander SA raised $8.05 billion in its initial public offering, the largest ever by a Brazilian company and the largest globally in 2009. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes (BRAZIL BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA/
RTR284OV
September 22, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (2nd R) attends the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez attends the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (2nd R) attends the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas September 21, 2009. Chavez on Monday attended the re-launch of Banco de Venezuela, which was nationalised in 2008. In May 2009, the Venezuelan government bought Spain's Grupo Santander's stake in Banco de Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA/
RTR284OU
September 22, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures as he speaks at the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures as he speaks at the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures as he speaks at the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas September 21, 2009. Chavez on Monday attended the re-launch of Banco de Venezuela, which was nationalised in 2008. In May 2009, the Venezuelan government bought Spain's Grupo Santander's stake in Banco de Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA/
RTR284OQ
September 22, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks during the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez smiles during the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks during the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas September 21, 2009. Chavez on Monday attended the re-launch of Banco de Venezuela, which was nationalised in 2008. In May 2009, the Venezuelan government bought Spain's Grupo Santander's stake in Banco de Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA/
RTR284OP
September 22, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks at the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks at the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez speaks at the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas September 21, 2009. Chavez on Monday attended the re-launch of Banco de Venezuela, which was nationalised in 2008. In May 2009, the Venezuelan government bought Spain's Grupo Santander's stake in Banco de Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA/
RTR284OO
September 22, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez attends the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas...
Caracas, Venezuela
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez attends the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas...
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez attends the 119 anniversary ceremony of Banco de Venezuela in Caracas September 21, 2009. Chavez on Monday attended the re-launch of Banco de Venezuela, which was nationalised in 2008. In May 2009, the Venezuelan government bought Spain's Grupo Santander's stake in Banco de Venezuela. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA ANNIVERSARY BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHE78
May 15, 2009
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) listens as her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner listens as her Venezuelan counterpart Chavez speaks during...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) listens as her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez speaks during a news conference at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHE72
May 15, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a joint news conference with Argentina's President...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a joint news conference with Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (not pictured) at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHE41
May 15, 2009
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez attend...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner and her Venezuelan counterpart Chavez attend during a news...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez attend during a news conference at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHDV0
May 15, 2009
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez kiss...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner and her Venezuelan counterpart Chavez kiss and shake hands...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez kiss and shake hands at the end of a news conference at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHDKD
May 15, 2009
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner laughs during a news conference alongside Venezuela's...
La Plata, Argentina
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner laughs during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner laughs during a news conference alongside Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez (not pictured) at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHDFG
May 15, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a joint news conference with Argentina's President...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a joint news conference with Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (not pictured) at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHDFF
May 15, 2009
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez gesture...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner and her Venezuelan counterpart Chavez gesture during a news...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez gesture during a news conference at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHDAI
May 15, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez drinks coffee as he looks at Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez drinks coffee during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez drinks coffee as he looks at Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (not pictured) during a news conference at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires, May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHD6Q
May 15, 2009
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a joint news conference with Argentina's President...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a news conference in Buenos Aires
Venezuela's President Hugo Chavez gestures during a joint news conference with Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (not pictured) at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANKS/
RTXHD5Q
May 15, 2009
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez look...
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Argentina's President Fernandez de Kirchner and her Venezuelan counterpart Chavez look at their watches...
Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner (R) and her Venezuelan counterpart Hugo Chavez look at their watches during a news conference at the Casa Rosada Presidential Palace in Buenos Aires May 15, 2009. Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez said on Friday that he does not have any plans for now to take over more banks, as the government finalizes a deal to buy a unit of Spain's Grupo Santander. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci (ARGENTINA POLITICS BUSINESS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXD0OK
March 20, 2009
A man leaves a cash machine of Grupo Santander's Banco de Venezuela in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man leaves a cash machine of Grupo Santander's Banco de Venezuela in Caracas
A man leaves a cash machine of Grupo Santander's Banco de Venezuela in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXD0OG
March 20, 2009
A man leaves a cash machine of Grupo Santander's Banco de Venezuela in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man leaves a cash machine of Grupo Santander's Banco de Venezuela in Caracas
A man leaves a cash machine of Grupo Santander's Banco de Venezuela in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXD0N4
March 20, 2009
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will...
Caracas, Venezuela
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXD0MR
March 20, 2009
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will...
Caracas, Venezuela
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXD0ML
March 20, 2009
A man speaks on his mobile phone outside a branch of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela in Caracas March...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man speaks on his mobile phone outside a branch of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela in Caracas
A man speaks on his mobile phone outside a branch of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXD0ME
March 20, 2009
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will...
Caracas, Venezuela
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas
The headquarters of Grupo Santander's Banco Venezuela is seen in Caracas March 20, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, President Hugo Chavez said on Thursday, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXCZTT
March 20, 2009
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, socialist President Hugo Chavez said on, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXCZT1
March 20, 2009
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, socialist President Hugo Chavez said on , weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXCZSY
March 20, 2009
Women walk past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go...
Caracas, Venezuela
Women walk past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas
Women walk past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, socialist President Hugo Chavez said on , weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXCZSV
March 20, 2009
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go...
Caracas, Venezuela
A man walks past a branch of Grupo Santander bank in Caracas
A man walks past a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas March 19, 2009. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, socialist President Hugo Chavez said on , weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
VENEZUELA-BANK/
RTXCZRC
March 20, 2009
People talk outside a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas in this July 31, 2008 file photo....
Caracas, Venezuela
File photo shows people talking outside a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas
People talk outside a branch of Spain's Grupo Santander bank in Caracas in this July 31, 2008 file photo. Venezuela will go ahead with the nationalization of the local unit of Spanish bank Grupo Santander, socialist President Hugo Chavez said on March 19, 2009, weeks after officials said the purchase was on hold. Picture taken July 31, 2008. REUTERS/Edwin Montilva/Files (VENEZUELA BUSINESS POLITICS)
SANTANDER-RESULTS/
RTXB93X
February 05, 2009
Alfredo Saenz, chief executive of Spain's biggest bank Santander, attends a news conference to present...
Boadilla Del Monte, Spain
Saenz, chief executive of Spain's biggest bank Santander, attends a news conference in Boadilla del Monte...
Alfredo Saenz, chief executive of Spain's biggest bank Santander, attends a news conference to present bank's 2008 annual results at company headquarters in Boadilla del Monte, near Madrid, February 5, 2009. Santander posted a 21.5 percent rise in net interest revenue, ex dividends, to 18.1 billion euros ($23.6 billion), thanks to a strong performance from core retail banking. REUTERS/Sergio Perez (SPAIN)
DAVOS/
RTR240BB
January 29, 2009
Ana Botin, Member of the Board, Grupo Santander, Spain, attends a session at the World Economic Forum...
Davos, Switzerland
Grupo Santander Member of the Board Botin attends a session at the World Economic Forum in Davos
Ana Botin, Member of the Board, Grupo Santander, Spain, attends a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 29, 2009. Business leaders and policymakers meeting in Davos turn their attention to financial regulation, energy, trade and global security after hearing China and Russia blame debt-fuelled consumption for massive financial collapse. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND)
DAVOS/
RTR240AW
January 29, 2009
Ana Botin, Member of the Board, Grupo Santander, Spain, attends a session at the World Economic Forum...
Davos, Switzerland
Grupo Santander Member of the Board Botin attends a session at the World Economic Forum in Davos
Ana Botin, Member of the Board, Grupo Santander, Spain, attends a session at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos January 29, 2009. Business leaders and policymakers meeting in Davos turn their attention to financial regulation, energy, trade and global security after hearing China and Russia blame debt-fuelled consumption for massive financial collapse. REUTERS/Pascal Lauener (SWITZERLAND)
SANTANDER-MADOFF/
RTR23Z2D
January 28, 2009
A pedestrian stands beside a logo for Spain's Banco Santander in London January 28, 2009. Spain's Santander...
London, United Kingdom
A pedestrian stands beside a logo for Spain's Banco Santander in London
A pedestrian stands beside a logo for Spain's Banco Santander in London January 28, 2009. Spain's Santander will compensate all individual clients who suffered losses in the alleged Bernard Madoff fraud, the bank said on Tuesday.The bank plans to issue 1.38 billion euros ($1.82 billion) in preferential shares with an annual 2 percent coupon to compensate its clients, it said. REUTERS/Toby Melville (BRITAIN)
SANTANDER-LAWSUIT/
RTR23XU0
January 27, 2009
People walk past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid January 27, 2009. Spain's Santander and its...
Madrid, Spain
People walk past Santander bank branch in central Madrid
People walk past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid January 27, 2009. Spain's Santander and its private banking business Optimal are being sued in Florida for losses suffered by customers with investments in products hit by the Madoff scandal, Spanish lawyers said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M48
December 15, 2008
A man runs past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on...
Madrid, Spain
A man runs past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid
A man runs past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Andrea Comas (SPAIN)
MADOFF/EUROPE
RTR22M2B
December 15, 2008
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on...
Madrid, Spain
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid
A man walks past a Santander bank branch in central Madrid December 15, 2008. Three European banks on Sunday announced a total of about $3.8 billion in exposure to an investment fund run by Bernard Madoff, the U.S. investor accused of running a $50 billion "Ponzi" scheme. The largest banks of both Spain and France, Santander and BNP Paribas and Swiss private bank Reichmuth & Co became the latest parties to detail possible losses over investments made with Madoff, who was arrested in New York on Thursday in the alleged fraud. REUTERS/Susana Vera (SPAIN)
Sort by
Display
Items per page
Page
of 2