Ana Botín meets with her Catalan advisory council

The president of Banco Santander, Ana Botín, met this Wednesday with the advisory council of the bank in Catalonia to test first-hand the evolution of the economy of the community, in which the entity has more than 800,000 clients and a volume of business of 63,000 million euros.

Ana Botín meets with her Catalan advisory council

The president of Banco Santander, Ana Botín, met this Wednesday with the advisory council of the bank in Catalonia to test first-hand the evolution of the economy of the community, in which the entity has more than 800,000 clients and a volume of business of 63,000 million euros.

Catalonia is the only autonomous community in which Banco Santander has a group of prominent local businessmen as direct advisers. Botín, who usually meets with them at least once a year, shared lunch and impressions on the bank's business with Antoni Esteve, Miguel Vicente, Anna Vallès, Lluís Bassat, Pedro Ferrer, Xavier Puig, Cristina Guiral and Javier Ferrero, as well as with the president of the council, Mario Rotllant, and its secretary, Josep Maria Panicello. The CEO of Santander Spain, António Simões, and the territorial director of the entity in Catalonia, Sonia Colomar, also joined.

On this occasion, Joan Manuel Soler Pujol and Carlos Ventós, also members of the advisory council, could not attend the meeting with the president Ana Botín.

In the afternoon it was the turn of the employees. Botín met in person with a hundred of them at the Palau de la Música, a meeting that the remaining 2,000 employees of Catalonia witnessed in streaming and in which the president transmitted the objectives of the entity to them first-hand.


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