Forbes’ list of world’s most powerful women in 2016

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10. Ana Patricia Botín, Chair, Banco Santander, Spain

10. Ana Patricia Botín, Chair, Banco Santander, SpainNot only is Botín one of the most powerful banking executives in the world, but she also is the first woman to head the largest bank in Eurozone. As of June 2016, Banco Santander had a market cap of $68.4 billion. Under her leadership, the bank became the first one to trial of faster bitcoin-based money transfer.

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