Emilio Botin

Emilio Botin

A Spanish banker born in 1934. In 1986, he became president of Banco de Santander, a role he inherited from his father. As the result of mergers and acquisitions, this bank became the largest in Spain in 1999 and the second largest in Europe in 2004.
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"This generous grant will enable us to create a unique space that helps students develop new ventures, as well as supporting the local businesses community." Santander Universities was first created in Spain in 1996 by Emilio Botin, who recognised that universities play an important role in society.
The work is owned by Spanish banker Jaime Botin, brother of the late Emilio Botin, former head of the Santander banking group.
Summary: Some 4,000 Spaniards, among them the racing driver Fernando Alonso and Emilio Botin, the late president of Banco Santander had swiss bank accounts, the new "Swiss leaks" revelations show.
Botin took over the post in early September this year following the sudden death of Emilio Botin, her father and the former chairman of the bank.
Bostock will replace Ana Botin, who was promoted last week to group executive chairman of Banco Santander, following the death of her father, Emilio Botin, who headed the bank.
SPANISH banking magnate Emilio Botin, who built the country's Banco Santander into a global financial giant, has died of a heart attack aged 79.
Spanish based provider of financial services on Thursday announced that Emilio Botin, chairman of Banco Santander; Fernando Alonso, driver of Scuderia Ferrari, and Pat Fry, chief engineer of the team, on Wednesday presented at Columbia University (New York) a research project on innovation in the field of automotive technology with Scuderia Ferrari.