| Madrid, Spain|
1.8 billion USD (2017)
| 10 April 1936Santander Cantabria|
Emilio Botín (brother)
Ana Patricia Botín (niece)
University of Valladolid, University of Deusto
Ana Patricia Botin, Paloma Botín O'Shea, Carolina Botín O'Shea, Carmen Botín O'Shea
Emilio Botín, Ana Patricia Botin, Paloma O'Shea
Jaime Botín-Sanz de Sautuola y García de los Ríos (born 10 April 1936) is a Spanish billionaire heir, banker and art collector.
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 received a law degree from the University of Valladolid and an economics degree from the University of Deusto.
He served as Vice Chairman of the Santander Bank in the 1990s. He resigned in 2004.
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.
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