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Best practice

for GPW Listed Companies 2021

Information on application of Best Practice 2021

Santander Bank Polska S.A. (Bank) hereby informs that the Bank’s General Meeting, Management Board and Supervisory Board passed relevant resolutions on adopting Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2021 issued by the Warsaw Stock Exchange by force of its Supervisory Board resolution no. 13/1834/2021 of 29 March 2021.

The text of the Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2021 is available at: Best practice 2021

Report on compliance with the Best Practice for GPW Listed Companies 2021
29 July 2021 r.
76.7 kB



Structure of Santander Bank Polska Group

Structure of Santander Bank Polska Group
4 March 2021 r.
94.4 kB


Last event
22.03.2021 Annual General Meeting
Next events
28.04.2021 Consolidated quarterly report for Q1 2021


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    Banco Santander S.A.

  • 5,01%

    Nationale-Nederlanden OFE

  • 27,58%

    Pozostali akcjonariusze

CSR/ESG Report

The Corporate Social Responsibility Report of Santander Bank Polska for 2020 is the eighth report presenting a comprehensive overview of our organization’s impact on social, economic and environmental issues. The report covers the period from 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2020, unless it is explicitly stated otherwise in the report text. 


The report was prepared in accordance with the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) international standard, at the Core level.

Diversity Policies

Santander Bank Polska promotes a work environment where diversity is respected, valued and used as an asset. A diverse workforce is our competitive advantage, enabling us to achieve our business and strategic goals and to attract and retain talent.

We aim to build an inclusive and diverse work environment. We are committed to gender balance in leadership and board positions and to closing the pay gap between men and women. Our activities also focus on supporting and promoting the employment of people with disabilities.

The Bank Group's general principles on Diversity and Inclusion are governed by individual policies that:

  • indicate the specific objectives of the diversity policy applied and the ways in which they are to be achieved;
  • also apply directly to the Bank's management team, i.e. the Management Board, Supervisory Board and key managers;
  • take into account all existing sources of diversity, both visible (gender, race, age, disability, etc.) and invisible (work and life experience, education, religion, values and beliefs, invisible disability, sexual orientation, personality, etc.).

These general principles are based on the Bank Group's conviction that managing in line with the concept of Diversity and Inclusion underpins the Bank Group's cultural transformation, strategic vision and mission and values. The principles are also included in the Responsible Banking Strategy.

Sex Women Men
Supervisory Board 4 6
Management Board 1 8
Key managers 25 82
Senior managers 34 34


Age 30-40 years 41-50 years 51-60 years above 60 years
Supervisory Board - 2 5 3
Management Board - 4 5 -
Key managers 29 56 21 1
Senior managers 12 39 15 2


Practice up to 5 years 6-10 years 11-15 years 16-20 years 21-25 years above 25 years
Supervisory Board 3 6 - - 1 -
Management Board 3 2 2 1 - -
Key managers 22 16 28 18 13 1
Senior managers 19 5 3 15 14 -

The above figures have been prepared as at 31.12.2021.


Information concerning the presence of women in board of directors in Santander Bank Polska S.A.

Santander Bank Polska S.A. makes every effort to ensure a balanced share of males and females in the managerial cadre. As of 1st February 2021, four women are in Supervisory Board, in Management Board – one.

Santander Bank Polska management board diversity policy
11 July 2018 r.
291.9 kB
The Policy on the suitability assessment of the Supervisory Board Members (regulating also the diversity matters)
23 February 2021 r.
1148.7 kB