Santander looks to profit from retrenching IB rivals

A year on from the botched appointment of Andrea Orcel as CEO, Santander is pressing ahead with the next phase of its investment banking strategy, writes David Rothnie.

  • By David Rothnie
  • 31 Oct 2019
When Ana Botín, group chairman, presented at Santander’s investor day in April, she referred to the bank’s global corporate and investment bank (SCIB) as an engine for growth. That was borne out when it reported results this week: in the first nine months of the year, SCIB’s ...

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