Invest in Santander

Learn everything you need to know about how to invest in Santander. This page is packed with useful information and beginner-friendly guides to help you get started.
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Updated: Sep 13, 2022
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Ways to invest in Santander

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The most straightforward way to get involved is by purchasing shares through an online broker. You can sign up in a matter of minutes and then trade shares whenever you want. If you choose a broker with a good app for trading, you can invest from anywhere, anytime.

For a more hands-off approach, you can consider mutual funds or exchange-traded funds, where the decision on what stocks you hold is made by a professional or an automatic tracker. The links below take you to individual pages that detail the different approaches to investing.

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What is Santander?

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Santander is a Spanish provider of banking and other financial services. The fourth-largest bank in Europe, Santander also operates branches in Asia, North America, and South America, thanks to a series of acquisitions.

Our Stock Markets 101 course walks you through the key principles of stock market investing. To better understand the different methods of Santander investing, keep reading this page.

How to invest in Santander

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We’ve put together a list of investment methods. Click the links to our guides on each of them for more detailed information.

Where can I buy Santander shares now?

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Min. Deposit
100 €
Best offer
User Score
10
Negocie +2000 CFD en acciones, opciones, productos básicos y más
Cuenta Demo ilimitada sin riesgos
0 comisiones y spreads atractivos
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Payment Methods:
Bank Transfer, Debit Card, PayPal, Credit Card, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Trustly, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Discover, Bank Transfer: SEPA, Bank Transfer: FPS, skrill
Full Regulations:
ASIC, FCA, FSA, MAS, CySEC #250/14

CFD service. 82% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

2
Min. Deposit
40 €
Best offer
User Score
9.9
Oferta especial limitada: ¡0% de comisión y 0% de impuesto de timbre en TODAS las acciones!
Plataforma galardonada: compre activos físicos o negocie con apalancamiento
11 métodos de pago, incluido PayPal
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Payment Methods:
Bank Transfer, Debit Card, neteller, Credit Card, Wire Transfer, Sofort, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Klarna, POLi, Przelewy24, Rapid Transfer, Trustly, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Discover, Maestro Master, Electron, Bank Transfer: SEPA, iDeal, Checkout, eToro Money, Payabl, Przelewy 24, ZotaPay, Worldpay, skrill
Full Regulations:
ASIC, CySEC, FCA

Cryptocurrency is offered by eToro USA LLC (“the MSB”) (NMLS: 1769299) and is not FDIC or SIPC insured. Investing involves risk, and content is provided for educational purposes only, does not imply a recommendation, and is not a guarantee of future performance. Invezz.com is not an affiliate and may be compensated if you access certain products or services offered by the MSB.

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Min. Deposit
10 €
Best offer
User Score
9.5
Plataforma totalmente automatizada con transacciones instantáneas
Una amplia variedad de opciones de pago
Bueno para principiantes
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Payment Methods:
Bank Transfer, Debit Card, neteller, Credit Card, Sofort, Giropay, Mastercard, American Express, Rapid Transfer, Apple Pay, Google Pay, Discover, Bank Transfer: EPS, Bank Transfer: SEPA, skrill
Full Regulations:
Don’t invest unless you’re prepared to lose all the money you invest. This is a high-risk investment and you should not expect to be protected if something goes wrong

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James is the lead editor of education for Invezz. He's an avid trader and golfer, who spends an inordinate amount of time watching Leicester City and… read more.