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  2. Santander UK - Wikipedia

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    Website. www .santander .co .uk. Santander UK plc ( UK: / ˌsæntənˈdɛər, - tæn -/, US: / ˌsɑːntɑːnˈdɛər /) [2] is a British bank, wholly owned by the Spanish Santander Group. Santander UK plc manages its affairs autonomously, with its own local management team, responsible solely for its performance. Santander UK is one of the ...

  3. Banco Santander - Wikipedia

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    Banco Santander, S.A., doing business as Santander Group ( UK: / ˌsæntənˈdɛər, - tæn -/, US: / ˌsɑːntɑːnˈdɛər /, [2] [3] Spanish: [santanˈdeɾ] ), is a Spanish multinational financial services company based in Madrid and Santander in Spain. Additionally, Santander maintains a presence in all global financial centres as the 16th ...

  4. Santander Bank - Wikipedia

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    Santander Bank, N. A. (/ ˌ s ɑː n t ɑː n ˈ d ɛər /), formerly Sovereign Bank, is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Spanish Santander Group. It is based in Boston and its principal market is the northeastern United States .

  5. Santander Cycles - Wikipedia

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    Santander Cycles (formerly Barclays Cycle Hire) is a public bicycle hire scheme in London in the United Kingdom. The scheme's bicycles are popularly known as Boris Bikes, after Boris Johnson who was Mayor of London when the scheme began operating. The operation of the scheme is contracted by Transport for London to Serco. [3]

  6. Santander Tower - Wikipedia

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    Santander Tower Santander Tower is a 50-story, 197 m (646 ft) skyscraper at 1601 Elm Street adjacent to Thanks-Giving Square in downtown Dallas Texas. At its completion in 1982, it was the second tallest building in Dallas, surpassing Elm Place.

  7. NewDay (company) - Wikipedia

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    Santander continued to operate the cards business until 1 April 2014, when SAV took full control and was renamed NewDay. [3] [4] In March 2015, it was rumored that NewDay was for sale, valuing the company around $1.49 billion. [5] In March 2019, John Hourican was named CEO of NewDay, succeeding James Corcoran to the position. [6]

  8. Cater Allen - Wikipedia

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    Cater Allen Cater Allen is a private bank operating in the United Kingdom. It is a subsidiary of Santander UK. Tracing its history back to a bank founded in Blackburn in 1816, [1] [2] it was independent for 180 years, before being purchased in 1997 by Abbey National. [3]