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October 27, 2011updated 12 Apr 2017 4:11pm

Santander picks Zenith for company car scheme

Santander has begun a new company car scheme in the UK, run by Zenith. The scheme is available to 750 UK employees, who cover more than 8,000 miles a year on business for the Spanish bank.

By Nick Huber

Santander has begun a new company car scheme in the UK, run by Zenith.

The scheme is available to 750 UK employees, who cover more than 8,000 miles a year on business for the Spanish bank.  The fleet includes models from BMW, Mini, and Audi.

Some employees can opt out of the scheme and into a new salary-sacrifice car scheme, also run by Zenith, a fleet management and leasing company.

Zenith, which is 60% owned by Morgan Stanley Private Equity,  was previously known as Zenith Provecta until it re-branded in September. It manages a fleet of around 33,000 vehicles in the UK.

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