The new chair of the board of the Santander, with the appointment of Ana Patricia Botín, was decided unanimously by the bank's Board of Directors just a few hours after the death of its iconic chairman, Emilio Botín,...Enter to read the full article.
Granada - where the Spanish team will compete in the first stage, Bilbao - where the world and Olympic champion, the United States, will play, Seville, and Las Palmas de Gran Canaria will be the first cities hosting the competition....Enter to read the full article.
COMMITTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF THE 20TH CENTURY
Banco Santander has assigned more than 1,000 million euros to cooperative projects with universities and research centres worldwide. Emilio Botín believed that this was the best way of contributing to economic and social growth and progress. Seventeen years ago he created the Santander Universities Division to develop academic initiatives related to a programme of grants and internships, teaching projects; promoting the Spanish language; research programmes; University-Company relations; new technologies - the Student Smart Card (SSC) - and global projects, such as RedEmprendia, Universia, CISE and the Miguel de Cervantes Virtual Library.
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