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Earnings Payment History

The table bellow presents dividends and interest on capital attributed.

JCP Table

Payment dayBoard of Directors MeetingAmount (R$ million)*ON (R$ per '000)PN (R$ per '000)UNIT (R$ per '000)
from 09/03/21

07/27/2021

3,400

368.94

405.83

774.77

from 02/01/21

12/28/2020

665

72.22

79.44

151.66

from 12/23/20

10/26/2020

1,000

108.60

119.46

228.06

from 09/25/20

07/28/2020

770

83.62

91.98

175.61

from 06/26/20

04/27/20

890

96.66

106.32

202.98

from 02/21/20

12/27/19

1,010

128.97

141.86

270.83

from 10/30/19

09/30/19

1,000

108.51

119.36

227.87

from 07/31/19

06/28/19

1,000

108.49

119.34

227.84

from 04/29/19

03/29/19

1,000

108.45

119.29

227.74

from 02/26/19

12/28/18

2,880

312.30

343.53

655.83

from 10/26/18

09/28/2018

600

65.02

71.53

136.55

from 02/26/18

03/27/18

600

64.88

71.37

136.25

from 02/26/18

12/28/17

2,300

248.91

273.80

522.71

from 10/26/17

09/29/17

500

54.05

59.46

113.51

from 08/25/17

07/25/17

500

54.00

59.40

113.40

from 05/26/17

04/05/17

500

53.87

59.26

113.13

from 02/23/17

12/29/16

3,350

361.35

397.48

758.83

from 08/26/16

06/29/16

500

53.91

59.31

113.22

from 02/25/16

12/30/15

1,400

177.40

195.14

372.54

from 02/26/15

12/30/2014

690

74.13

81.54

155.67

Dividends Table

Payment dayBoard of Directors Meeting Amount (R$ million)* ON (R$)PN (R$)UNIT (R$)
from 06/02/21

04/27/21

3,200

382.98

421.28

804.26

from 03/03/21

02/02/21

512

65.43

71.97

137.39

from 02/21/20

12/27/19

6,790

867.02

953.72

1,820.74

from 02/26/19

12/28/18

1,920

244.94

269.43

514.38

from 07/27/18

06/26/18

600

76.50

84.15

160.64

from 02/26/18

12/28/17

2,500

318.30

350.13

668.43

from 02/23/17

12/29/16

1,400

177.66

195.42

373.08

from 02/25/16

12/30/15

1,600

202.74

223.02

425.76

from 10/05/15

09/09/15

3,050

385.81

424.39

810.20

from 08/28/15

03/27/15

150

18.95

20.84

39.79

from 02/26/15

09/25/14

220

27.77

30.55

58.32

from 08/28/14

06/25/14

400

50.50

55.55

106.05

from 08/28/14

03/25/14

220

0.5303

0.5833

58.3307

from 02/26/14

12/27/13

1,000

2.4061

2.6467

264.6665

from 01/29/14

11/01/13

6,000

15.1098

15.1098

1,586.526

from 02/26/14

09/26/13

450

1.0821

1.1903

119.0364

*Gross value.

Common share entitles its holder to one vote at annual and/or extraordinary shareholders' meetings.

Preferred share does not entitle their holders to voting rights at shareholders' meetings, but it entitles them priority in the dividend distribution.

Units each unit represents 01 common share and 01 preferred share. A holder of units will be entitled to the same dividend and voting rights as a holder of the underlying shares.

Dividend and Interest on capital Historic Serie

Year ended December 31st,DividendInterest on capitalTotal

2020

512

3,325

3,837

2019

6,790

4,010

10,800

2018

2,520

4,080

6,600

2017

2,500

3,800

6,300

2016

1,400

3,850

5,250

2015

4,800

1,400

6,200

2014

840

690

1,530

2013

2,100

300

2,400

2012

1,650

1,020

2,670

2011

1,625

1,550

3,175

2010

1,780

1,760

3,540

2009

750

825

1,575

2008

973

480

1,453

2007

1,737

528

2,265

Payout Practice

The first of Santander's four aspirations is to be the largest bank in Brazil in terms of value generation to shareholders. In line with this objective, Santander intends to remunerate its shareholders by distributing 50% of its annual net income, adjusted and calculated in accordance with Brazilian accounting standards. Such percentage is higher than the minimum legally required percentage of 25% of profits.

This profit distribution is decided and approved annually at the Ordinary Shareholders’ Meeting (OSM). The distribution of profits, however, depends on several factors, such as cash flow, investment plans and the overall macroeconomic scenario.

Santander's Management proposal is to remunerate shareholders according to the calculation of the results obtained during the fiscal year. Therefore, it has proposed, for deliberation by the Board of Directors, the payment of dividends (interest on equity and/or dividends) on a quarterly basis, calculated in accordance with the applicable legislation. These amounts are attributable to mandatory minimum dividends.

The distribution of a company’s profits to its shareholders is made in proportion to the number of shares that each shareholder owns. This can be done in two ways:

• Dividends: calculated on top of the company’s net income, after taxes. Therefore, they are tax-free to shareholders.

• Interest on Equity: essentially, this is a type of dividend except that, instead of being calculated on top of results for the period, it is calculated on top of capital profit reserves (from results of previous years that were retained by the company). Another difference is that this amount is before taxes since it is calculated prior to the company’s income tax payments. Therefore, the net amount paid to shareholders includes deductions for income taxes.

Important: your dividends will be automatically deposited in the bank account that appears on your files with your broker. For this reason, be sure to maintain your data up to date. Distribution of earnings
 
The Brazilian Corporations Law defines net income as the result for the fiscal year in question, excluding amounts related to provisions for losses, income taxes and social contributions for the period, as well as any accumulated losses from previous years and other amounts destined towards share payments to employees and statutory administrators