Headquarters (Madrid, Spain)
|Traded as||BMAD: BKT|
María Dolores Dancausa
|Products||Retail and business banking|
|Revenue||€ 1.717 billion (2016)|
|€ 608 million (2016)|
|€ 490 million (2016)|
|Total assets||€ 67.182 billion (2016)|
|Total equity||€ 4.097 billion (2016)|
Number of employees
Bankinter, S.A., (Spanish pronunciation: [baŋˈkinteɾ]), is a Spanish bank with headquarters in Madrid. The Bank has been listed on the Bolsa de Madrid (Madrid stock exchange) since 1972, and is part of the Ibex35 Index.
Bankinter was founded in June 1965 as a Spanish industrial bank through a joint venture by Banco de Santander and The Bank of America. In 1972 the bank became fully independent of its founders and transformed itself into a commercial bank.
In 1993, the bank embarked up on a growth strategy with Banca Partnet and Red Agencial. In the same year, it became the first digital bank, following the successful introduction of electronic banking. In 2006, the brand was transformed.
In September 2015, Bankinter announced the acquisition on Barclays retail business in Portugal, consisting of 84 offices and Barclays Life and Pensions, the latter in a joint-venture with Mapfre. The bank paid approximately €100 million for Barclay's Portuguese subsidiary and €37.5 million for the 50% stake in the insurance company.
By December 31, 2015, Bankinter had a network of 509 offices and 4,405 employees (4,386 in Spain and 19 abroad)
The Board of Directors
The Board of Directors is composed of the following members:
|President||Pedro Guerrero Guerrero|
|Vice President||Cartival, S.A.|
|CEO||María Dolores Dancausa Treviño|
|Board member||Marcelino Botín-Sanz de Sautuola y Naveda|
|Board member||Gonzalo de la Hoz Lizcano|
|Board member||Rosa María García García|
|Board member||Fernando Masaveu Herrero|
|Board member||Rafael Mateu de Ros Cerezo|
|Board member||María Teresa Pulido Mendoza|
|Board member||Jaime Terceiro Lomba|
The Secretary (non Director) is Gloria Calvo Diaz
- "Integrated Annual Report 2016" (PDF). Retrieved 16 June 2017.
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