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By clairmont, July 18, 2012

can somebody tell me the difference between san and bsac thanks

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SAN is Banco Santander, the big Spanish banking group. BSAC is Banco Santander Chile, the largest bank in Chile and a child of Banco Santander. I don’t know how much of BSAC is still owned by SAN, but it’s probably clear in the BSAC filings if you want to look into it — many of the big South American banks connected to big Spanish and Portuguese banks in some way, though there have been big divestments, mergers and other large deals among the top 10-15 latin american banks over the years just like there have been in banking circles elsewhere,… Read More ยป

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