Banco Santander Brasil

Over us

Santander Brasil is the only international bank with scale in the country, where we are the third largest private bank. In recent years, we have repositioned the organization by strengthening our culture, establishing clear communication with our customers, adapting our offerings and providing a better service. As a result, we have grown profitably and are closer to customers, through increased satisfaction. Our actions are based on close and lasting relationships with customers, suppliers and shareholders. In addition, our socially responsible strategy allows us to contribute to the communities in which we operate. 

Our purpose is to help people and businesses thrive

In our daily work, we not only meet our legal and regulatory obligations, but aim to exceed people’s expectations.
We focus on areas where, as a group, our activity can have a greater impact, helping more people and businesses to thrive in an inclusive and sustainable way.

Financial Services

Santander develops products and services to meet the needs of its customers. We make full use of our global experience and adapt it to each of our markets. Santander provides financial services to all its clients: Particular, Companies, Institutions, Corporations, Private Banking and Universities.

Strategic Priorities

  • Building a more integrated, market-based distribution platform to strengthen business connectivity.
  • Expanding our customer base and profitability.
  • Keeping credit quality indicators under control, backed by continuous improvements to our risk models.
  • Consolidating productivity culture, with a relentless pursuit of operational efficiency.
  • Maintaining profitability levels by adapting to different scenarios through the innovation.

Santander and its support for higher education

Banco Santander, leader in responsible banking, maintains a firm commitment to progress and inclusive and sustainable growth with a pioneering and consolidated commitment to education, entrepreneurship and employment, which has developed through Santander Universities for more than 25 years and distinguishes it from the rest of the world’s financial institutions. Since its launch, the bank has earmarked more than 2.1 billion euros and has supported over 790,000 students, professionals and entrepreneurial projects through agreements with around 1,000 universities and institutions from 15 countries.


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Targets Brazil
Sectors Sector agnostic
SDG (1)
4. Quality Education