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Santander Private Banking
SANTANDER
PRIVATE BANKING
Investors’ Day
Boadilla del Monte. September 14th, 2007
Important information
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as a profit forecast.
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Agenda
„
Private banking in Santander Group, today
„
Global Private Banking Project
„
Business models adapted to market
„
Outlook 2009
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Private banking business in Santander
TOTAL (31/12/06)
Int. Private Banking
„
€140 bill. AUM*
„
€555 mill. PBT
€ 21 bill. AUM
México
Venezuela
Colombia
UK
€ 26 bill. AUM
Brazil
Latam banks
€ 13 bill. AUM
Chile
Italy
Argentina
Iberia
€ 80 bill. AUM
(*) Including assets under administration
€0.3 bill. AUM
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Agenda
Group, today
„
Private banking in Santander
„
Global Private Banking Project
„
Business models adapted to market
„
Outlook 2009
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Global Private Banking Project
SANTANDER
RETAIL BANKING
EUROPE
Santander Totta
Private Banking
BANIF
Fumagalli
International
Private Banking
(SPB)
ABBEY
Cater Allen
James Hay
AMERICA
Santander Mexico
Santander network
Private Banking
Santander Brazil
Banesto network
Private Banking
Santander Chile
Banco Venezuela
Santander Río
Units in the GPB project with direct management
Units in the GPB project with shared management
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Global Private Banking Project units
TOTAL (31/12/06)
IPB
„
€96 bill. AUM*
„
€324 mill. PBT
México
Venezuela
Colombia
UK
Brazil
Portugal
Italy
Chile
Spain: BANIF
Argentina
(*) Including assets under administration
Why these units?
„
These are the private banking units with a clearly segmented
commercial channel, which facilitates an immediate implementation
and integration
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Autonomous domestic private banking units need greater assistance
from a central unit in order to achieve higher growth rates
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In all of them, important synergies in products, IT and HH.RR., can be
attained
UNITS WITH HIGHER GROWTH RATES ACHIEVABLE,
HIGHER ECONOMIES OF SCALE AND
WITH MORE ROOM FOR IMPROVING
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Best capabilities for boosting growth while maximising
quality and cost synergies
HHRR
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Attracting, retaining and training the best professionals.
Business
model
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Client relationship protocols, advisory process, branch layout...
Products
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Leveraging on the division critical mass and the local teams
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Use of corporate resources (Isban, Produban...), tools (Altair,
Partenón...) and workflows
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Unique client relationship management tools (CRIS....)
Business
intelligence
ADAPTED TO LOCAL MARKETS BY LOCAL TEAMS
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Attracting, retaining and training the
best professionals
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Exporting a global training program, common
to all units,
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… adopting a single career plan, locally
adapted, defining remuneration and
professional development and
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… being one of the top global players in
private banking,
We are one of the first choices for attracting
the BEST TALENT in the market
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Adapting a successful business model in
onshore banking
Products/Services
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Advisory plus
execution
Full Open
architecture
All banking
products
Distribution
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Branch Layout
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High availability
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Remote channels
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Direct and
intermediaries
Sale
Service level
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Personal
relationship
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Definition of
service levels
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Highly confidential
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Tailor made
conditions
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Client
management
Financial Strength
(Grupo
Santander).
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Ad hoc
information
Bank close to
clients.
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Exclusive
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Mint execution
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Proactivity
Innovative and
modern
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Strict compliance
Own specialized
advisory teams
Transparent
Pricing policy
Combining the use of
local brands with
one global brand
Brand image
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Maximising synergies in products
and services
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Backed by in open architecture policy, agreements and procedures,
units can offer the widest range of investment products easily and in a
short time
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Combining the critical mass of the division, all units will have access to:
–
structured products,
–
portfolio management capabilities
–
real estate advice...
… maximising economies of scale.
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Access to global research of the different countries covered by the units
and the Group.
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Exporting business intelligence
Banif´s business model is based on a state of the art technology (in-house
developed), that upgrades a standard banking platform to provide the best
private banking service.
Other products
Local Unit Banking
IT platform
1.Communication
8. Warrants
15. Banking Transfers
2.Web Internet
9. Securities
16. Checks
3.Web Intranet
10. Funds Manager
17. Electronic banking
4. IT Architecture
11. Pension Plans
Manager
18. Accounting
5. Clients
12. Insurance
6. Customers account
13. Cards
19. Tax Information
System
7. Launch
14. Payments
20. Foreign
1. Integrated Position
2. SIGA
3. Tax Structure and derivates
4. Regulatory entities
Client management CRIS
Reporting to clients
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An adaptable IT solution
PARTENON
REGULATORY
REPORTING
BANIF
WEB
REDC
INTERNET
WEB
INTERNET
WEB
WEB
GUARANTEES
INTERNET
INTRANET
INTERNET
CLIENT
WEB
INTERNET
DB
PERSONAL
WEB
ACCOUNTS
INTERNET
WEB
CREDITS
INTERNET
WEB
LOANS
INTERNET
SIGA
WEB
CARDS
INTERNET
WEB
CHECKS
INTERNET
WEB
DEBITS
INTERNET
WEB
´TRANSFER.
INTERNET
TAX
FIXED
WEB
INTERNET
INCOME
WEB
FUNDS
INTERNET
WEB
SECURITIES
INTERNET
ASSET
WEB
INTERNET
MNGMNT.
PRODUCTS
INSURANCE
ACCOUNT.
TAX INFO
FOREX
DHW
INTEGRATED
POSSITION
MANAGEMENT
INFORMATION
(CRIS, MIS, PDA)
INFORMATION
TO CLIENTS
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Client Relationship Integrated System
CRIS provides On line indepth information to…
Private Banking Advisors
About Clients:
–
Portfolio breakdown, profitability,
operations, tax issues…
Risk adequacy and product suitability
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Loyalty parameters.
–
History of contacts
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Tailor-made reports for clients
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Marketing and advisory aid
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About private banker´s portfolio:
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P&L Drill down
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Budget follow up
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Compliance issues
Bank's management
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Pyramidal drill down analysis
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Commercial control linked any
parameter database field
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M.I.S.
–
Operational control
–
Marketing information
Adapted to local markets
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Every market has its own practices,
legal framework, systems, tax
environment, and client behaviour.
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Only a local team with strong market
knowledge in coordination with the
division can implement the strategy
successfully
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An exportable model
BANIF
IPB
UK
Italy
LatAm
HHRR
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;
Business model
;
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Products
;
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;
Global Technology and
Operations
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TWO BUSINESS MODELS; ONE SINGLE STRATEGY
Portugal
Agenda
„
Private banking in Santander Group, today
„
Global Private Banking Project
„
Business models adapted to market
„
Outlook 2009
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Banif. Our business model in on-shore PB
BANIF “Best Private Bank in Spain”
in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 Euromoney Awards
2004 h 2005 h 2006 h 2007
Allfunds Bank “Best world funds Distributor 2003”
Institutional Investors Awards.
40%
Market
share in
domestic
private
banking in
Spain
43 years
of
experience
in private
banking.
(*) Including assets under administration
€ 37,532
mill.
AUM*
30/06/07
100% of client 300,000 €
advisors
Minimum
have achieved
the European
Financial
Advisor
Certificate
(EFA).
client size
Average
over
1,000,000 €
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Banif
Service model in constant
evolution
… as well as its value proposition
ASSET
MANAGEMENT
2004
Global
service
Asset
Managers
2000
1990´s
1970’s
Wealth
management
2000
WEALTH
MANAGEMENT
Equity
Brokers
International
Private Banking
2007
Portfolio management
Brokerage
Family Family
Offices Off.
Comercial Banks’
Private Banking
Units
BANKING
OPERATIONS
FINANCING
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Banif. An excellent track-record
Profit before taxes
Gross operating income
Mill. euros
Mill. euros
x2
94
2003
136
111
2005
2006
67
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H1'06 H1'07
2003
2004
2005
2006
Bill. euros
2004
55%
2005
(*) Including assets under administration
50%
2006
H1'06 H1'07
Assets under management*
74%
62%
+54%
43
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Cost to income ratio
2003
3
42
118
85
2004
X
+38%
184
+33%
x2
47%
H1'07
16.3
19.2
2003
2004
33.9
28.2
24.8
2005
37.5
2006
H1'06 H1´07
International Private Banking: Our offshore model
Mission: “to become the Bank of reference in
Latin American private banking”
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In 2005, third best off-shore bank in Latam
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In 2006/07, among the top five biggest offshore
private banks in Latin America (AUM)
More than
20,000
clients
in LatAm
20 years
of
experience
in private
banking.
(*) Including assets under administration
USD
32,668
mill.
AUM*
30/06/07
2005: Top 3 Off Shore
Bank in Latin America
100% of
Private
bankers have
500,000 USD
Minimum
client size
or will have
achieved the
EFA
Certificate
Average over
USD 1.5 MM
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International Private Banking
Main levers
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Integrated Model: Commercial,
Centres, Products
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A sole commercial business line
independently of the booking centre
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A business model focused on
both, organic an inorganic growth
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Highest compliance procedures
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High value added product
differentiation: hedge funds and
wealth management
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Steady organic
growth
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Efficient portfolio
integration
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International Private Banking. An excellent track-record
Profit before taxes
Gross operating income
Mill. US$
Mill. US$
338
+72%
275
239
X
+24%
196
2.5
+25%
158
196
165
204
125
124
99
80
2003
2004
2005
2006
H1'06 H1'07
2003
Cost to income ratio
2005
2006
Bill. US$
46%
43%
41%
2005
(*) Including assets under administration
2006
H1'07
H1'07
+25%
+ 53%
40%
19.6
2004
H1'06
Assets under management*
55%
2003
2004
2003
30.0
22.5
23.9
2004
2005
2006
32.7
26.1
H1'06 H1'07
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Italy. Building from scratch
Fumagalli Soldan acquired in April 2007. Today:
HHRR
Business
model
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Products
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Business
intelligence
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Top management and first wave of private bankers onboard
Career plan already in place
Business and compliance processes
Brand and image
Branch layout
Complete range of banking and investment products
Open architecture through All Funds Bank
Leveraging on Global teams
CRIS in place
Local intranet working
Client statements
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UK. Transforming the business
Develop the current Administration Business of James Hay, Cater
Allen and Abbey Sharedealing into a Private Banking Business
focused on the introducer Channel in two phases:
Phase 1: Transformation & Consolidation
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From an administration service and
banking product provider to a Private
Bank
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Three companies and brands: single
management and strategy.
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Leverage distribution through Introducers,
completing the offer.
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Growing in clients, balances and margin.
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Estimated duration of two years.
Phase 2: Platform for Growth
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Merger and single brand
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Reinforce the Introducer channel.
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Branch network to provide a higher
service level to Introducers.
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Complete range of services and
products.
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Estimated duration of
implementation of three years.
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UK. Transforming the business
From low value to full service
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HHRR
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Business
model
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Products
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Business
intelligence
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Reinforce HQ with teams of specialists
Adapting the Career and training plan
Hiring “private bankers for intermediaries”
Adapting the onshore business model to UK intermediaries
Brand and image
Branch layout
Complete range of banking and investment products
Open architecture through All Funds Bank
Drawing support from Global teams
CRIS for intermediaries
Integration of IT processes with Partenón and CRIS
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Latin America private banks
Different situation depending on the country:
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HHRR
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Business
model
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Products
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Business
intelligence
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Implementation of Career plan and
Training programs
New hiring ...
Commercial setup,
Definition of Service levels
Branch network layout...
Completion of product range
All Funds Bank connection
Levering on Global teams
CRIS interface to Altair
Local/regional intranet implementation
Agenda
„
Private banking in Santander Group, today
„
Global Private Banking Project
„
Business models adapted to market
„
Outlook 2009
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The division will be fully integrated in 2009
2007
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2
2008
2009
Q4’07: Start up
of Division
Q4’07 Italy
fully operative
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Transforming the UK business
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Adaptating and implementing the
business model to each Latam Bank
Integrated Division
reporting
In summary
An operation with a solid strategic rationale:
•
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Strong business know-how
„
Markets we know well
„
Where we can generate more value
– With a more integrated approach to business
– Improving quality of service
– Taking advantage of our local presence
– Growing the business
Our ambition is to achieve a CAGR (2006-09):
„ AUM*:
+18%
„ PBT:
+20%
(*) Including assets under administration
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