Jaime Botin

About Jaime Botin

Birth Day: April 10, 1936
Birth Place: Madrid, Spain, Spain
Birth Sign: Taurus
Residence: Madrid, Spain
Alma mater: University of Valladolid University of Deusto
Occupation: Banker
Spouse(s): Adela Botín
Children: 5
Parent(s): Emilio Botín-Sanz de Sautuola López Ana García de los Ríos y Caller
Relatives: Emilio Botín (brother) Ana Patricia Botín (niece)

Jaime Botin Net Worth

Jaime Botin was born on April 10, 1936 in Madrid, Spain, Spain. Jaime Botin is the largest shareholder of Spanish bank Bankinter S.A. and a member of the most successful banking family in Spanish history. Jaime's great grandfather founded Spain's largest bank, Santander. His grandfather, father, and brother Emilio have all been presidents of the bank. In the late 1990s Jaime served as vice chairman of Santander while his brother was chairman. Jaime left the role in 2004 and continued to increase his stake in Bankinter. He now owns a 24% stake in the bank through his holding company Cartival S.A. Jaime is married with five children. Authorities reportedly seized a $28 million Picasso from his yacht in 2015, contending that he was trying to sell a national treasure abroad. He said he owned it, and it was his right to do whatever he wanted with it. Litigation over the piece continues today.
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💰Jaime Botin Net worth: $2.47 Billion

2014 $1.8 Billion
2015 $1.7 Billion
2016 $1.5 Billion
2017 $1.8 Billion
2018 $2.47 Billion

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Botín was born in 1936. His great-grandfather founded the Santander Bank. His Father Emilio Botín (1903–1993) and elder brother Emilio Botín have been chairman of the Santander Group, and following his death in 2014, was succeeded by his daughter (Jaime's niece) Ana Patricia Botín.


He is married to Adela Botín. They have five children. They reside in Madrid, Spain. He is the owner of Head of a Young Woman, a painting by Pablo Picasso. He acquired the Adix yacht from Alan Bond in 1989. In June 2017, he was indicted on charges of trafficking in art, in connection with his alleged attempt to illegally export the Picasso painting.


He served as Vice Chairman of the Santander Bank in the 1990s. He resigned in 2004.