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Intesa Sanpaolo SpA (ISPn.MI)

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Intesa Sanpaolo says not interested in Banca Intermobiliare
Tuesday, 6 Jun 2017 02:45pm EDT 

June 6 (Reuters) - Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina says::the bank is not interested in buying Banca Intermobiliare.  Full Article

Intesa Sanpaolo CEO says trusts in state solution for Veneto banks
Wednesday, 31 May 2017 04:12am EDT 

May 31 (Reuters) - Intesa Sanpaolo Carlo Messina says::confident in a state solution for Veneto banks, does not believe other banks will intervene.  Full Article

Intesa Sanpaolo to consider cutting branches with new business plan
Tuesday, 30 May 2017 05:34am EDT 

May 30 (Reuters) - Intesa Sanpaolo: :CEO Carlo Messina says the bank will consider a reduction of its branch network under a new business plan .Messina previously said Intesa will present a new plan early next year.  Full Article

Intesa Sanpaolo CEO says new plan to be announced with 2017 results
Friday, 5 May 2017 10:10am EDT 

May 5 (Reuters) - Intesa Sanpaolo Spa CEO Carlo Messina tells a post-results conference call: :expects to present new business plan with approval of 2017 results.  Full Article

Intesa Sanpaolo's exposure to Alitalia is 185 mln euros
Thursday, 27 Apr 2017 08:33am EDT 

April 27 (Reuters) - Intesa Sanpaolo Chairman Gian Maria Gros-Pietro says::bank's exposure to carrier Alitalia is 185 million euros.on a mark-to-market basis, bank is carrying negative value on derivative contracts linked to fuel cost of 74 million euros.lender set aside 100 million euros in 2016 against exposure to Alitalia.  Full Article

Generali sees opportunity to sell Intesa stake in short term
Thursday, 27 Apr 2017 05:30am EDT 

April 27 (Reuters) - Assicurazioni Generali CEO Philippe Donnet tells shareholder meeting::sees opportunity to sell stake in Intesa Sanpaolo in the short term.  Full Article

Return on equity at Italian banks fell to -9.9 pct in 2016-BOI
Thursday, 13 Apr 2017 09:04am EDT 

Italian central bank says in its monthly report: Return on equity at leading Italian banks fell to minus 9.9 percent in 2016, versus 3.5 percent in 2015 . Italian banks took just over 67 billion euros of funds from the European Central Bank at March tender for so-called Tltro financing operation . New problematic loans at Italian banks fell to 2.3 percent of total loans in the last three months of 2016, from 2.6 percent a year earlier . Coverage ratio of impaired loans rose to 51.7 percent in Q4 from 47.3 percent in the previous quarter Further company coverage: [CRDI.MI][ISP.MI][BMPS.MI][BAMI.MI] (Reporting by Milan newsroom).  Full Article

Gross bad loans at Italy banks rise in Feb-Bank of Italy
Tuesday, 11 Apr 2017 04:41am EDT 

Italian banks: Gross bad loans rose to 203.05 billion euros in February versus a revised data of 202.03 billion euros in January, according to Bank of Italy data . Lending to non financial companies edged 0.1 percent higher in February after increasing 0.9 percent in January (Reporting by Milan Newsroom).  Full Article

Intesa CEO hasn't changed mind after scrapping Generali bid
Thursday, 16 Mar 2017 08:29am EDT 

Intesa Sanpaolo Chief Executive Carlo Messina says: has not changed his mind after scrapping a possible bid on insurer Generali . lender's organic profits will be much bigger than those derived from acquisitions Further company coverage: [ISP.MI] [GASI.MI] (Reporting by Milan newsroom).  Full Article

Generali has no special defensive plans after Intesa - CEO
Thursday, 16 Mar 2017 08:01am EDT 

Assicurazioni Generali CEO Philippe Donnet says: has no special defensive plans after Intesa Sanpaolo dropped its interest in the insurer . best way to create value for shareholders is to successfully implement plan on standalone basis Further company coverage: [GASI.MI] (Reporting by Milan newsroom).  Full Article


Fund investors deflate tyremaker Pirelli's IPO price hopes

MILAN/LONDON Tyremaker Pirelli has given up on what sources say was an initial valuation goal of 9 billion euros ($11 billion) ahead of its return to Milan's stock market next month, after several fund managers baulked at paying such a lofty price.