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UniCredit SpA

CRDI.MI

Latest Trade

8.11EUR

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Today's Range

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52 Week Range

6.01

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14.44

As of on the Italian SE (Mercato Continuo Italia) ∙ Minimum 15 minute delay

Pricing

Previous Close
8.11
Open
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Volume
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3M AVG Volume
499.96
Today's High
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Today's Low
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52 Week High
14.44
52 Week Low
6.01
Shares Out (MIL)
2,237.26
Market Cap (MIL)
17,412.61
Forward P/E
-20.57
Dividend (Yield %)
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Next Event

Full Year 2020 UniCredit SpA Earnings Call

Latest Developments

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S&P says credit losses for Italian banks will peak in 2021

UniCredit Completes Disposal Of SIA UniCredit Leasing

UniCredit Completes Securitization Of About EUR 1.6 Bln

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About UniCredit SpA

UniCredit SpA is an Italy-based holding company engaged in the financial sector. Its division model is based on seven business lines: Commercial Banking Italy, Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), Corporate and Investment Banking (CIB), Commercial Banking Germany, Commercial Banking Austria and Fineco. UniCredit SpA offers banking and financial services for families, individuals and corporate clients, such as accounts, loans, mortgages, investments, wealth management, as well as financial advice and insurance products, among others. Through numerous subsidiaries, the Company operates in the domestic market, Germany, Austria and CEE.

Industry

Regional Banks

Contact Info

Piazza Gae Aulenti 3 - Tower A

20154

Italy

+39.02.88621

https://www.unicreditgroup.eu/

Executive Leadership

Cesare Bisoni

Chairman of the Board

Jean Pierre Mustier

Chief Executive Officer

Lamberto Andreotti

Independent Non-Executive Deputy Chairman of the Board, Director

Mirko Davide Georg Bianchi

Co-Group Chief Financial Officer

Richard Burton

CEO of Corporate and Investment Banking

Key Stats

2.72 mean rating - 25 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, EUR)

2017

19.6K

2018

19.7K

2019

18.8K

2020(E)

17.2K
EPS (EUR)

2017

1.580

2018

1.370

2019

2.440

2020(E)

-0.345
Price To Earnings (TTM)
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Price To Sales (TTM)
0.82
Price To Book (MRQ)
0.29
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
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Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
188.89
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
188.89
Return on Investment (TTM)
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Return on Equity (TTM)
-0.30

Latest News

Latest News

RPT-Italy's UniCredit to narrow down search for new CEO - sources

UniCredit is narrowing down a field of candidates to replace departing Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier, three people familiar with the matter said, as Italy's second biggest bank tries to find a new boss by early February.

Italy's UniCredit to narrow down search for new CEO - sources

UniCredit is narrowing down a field of candidates to replace departing Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier, three people familiar with the matter said, as Italy's second biggest bank tries to find a new boss by early February.

Breakingviews - UniCredit CEO race is deceptively crowded

The wacky race to replace ousted boss Jean Pierre Mustier at $21 billion UniCredit is in full swing. Headhunters are sounding out high-level executives such as former UBS investment banking head Andrea Orcel and ex-Credit Suisse boss Tidjane Thiam, as well as a raft of Italy-based...

UniCredit's state-guaranteed loans 18.3 bln euros as of early Dec-exec

As of early December, UniCredit had granted about 18.3 billion euros ($22 billion) in state-guaranteed loans and had suspended payments on debt worth almost 25 billion euros, a top executive at the Italian bank said.

Search for CEO is UniCredit's priority at the moment - chairman to paper

The search for a new chief executive is UniCredit's main priority at the moment, the bank's outgoing chairman said in an interview published on Tuesday.

UPDATE 1-Italy's Del Vecchio leads UniCredit investor opposition to MPS deal -sources

* Choice of CEO seen as pivotal in relation to MPS deal (Adds details on CEO search)

UniCredit's Italian investors opposed to Monte dei Paschi deal - sources

Eyewear tycoon Leonardo Del Vecchio, who owns 1.9% of UniCredit, opposes the lender taking over rival Monte dei Paschi and is in touch with other large Italian investors who share concerns about a potential deal, two people close to the matter said.

UniCredit investors, Del Vecchio eye pact to steer CEO choice - paper

A group of local investors in UniCredit holding an aggregate 5% of Italy's second-biggest bank is considering striking an accord so as to have a bigger say in the choice of a new chief executive, an Italian daily reported on Thursday.

Exclusive: Italy could take on $17 billion of UniCredit bad loans to ease MPS sale - sources

Italy is working on a plan to take on about 14 billion euros ($17 billion) of UniCredit's impaired loans to make a takeover of state-owned Monte dei Paschi more attractive for the country's second-biggest bank, sources told Reuters.

EXCLUSIVE-Italy could take on $17 billion of UniCredit bad loans to ease MPS sale -sources

Italy's government is working on a plan to take on about 14 billion euros ($17.3 billion) of UniCredit's non-performing loans to make a takeover of state-owned Monte dei Paschi more attractive for the country's second-biggest bank, sources said.

RPT-EXCLUSIVE-Italy could take on $17 bln in UniCredit bad loans to ease MPS deal - sources

Italy's government is working on a plan to take on about 14 billion euros ($17.27 billion) of UniCredit's non-performing loans to make a deal for state-owned Monte dei Paschi more attractive to the country's second-biggest bank, sources said.

UPDATE 2-Italy pursuing January cure to $3 bln Monte dei Paschi headache

* Treasury confident process towards deal can kick off in Jan (Adds details, context)

Aviva, UniCredit expect non-binding bids for insurance JV next week

Aviva and UniCredit expect non-binding bids for their insurance joint-venture next week as the British insurer moves to divest its Italian operations, three people close to the matter said.

Future of Monte dei Paschi set for Italian political face off

Deep differences within Italy's ruling coalition over the future of Monte dei Paschi (MPS) could come to a head this week as parliament starts voting on next year's budget.

UniCredit chairman-elect says Mustier's exit not due to MPS

Jean Pierre Mustier's decision to step down as CEO of UniCredit had nothing to do with a possible acquisition of bailed-out rival Monte dei Paschi (MPS), UniCredit Chairman-elect Pier Carlo Padoan was quoted as saying on Sunday.

Breakingviews - Cox: Mediobanca could be UniCredit’s white knight

Enrico Cuccia founded Mediobanca after World War Two as a bulwark for Italian capitalism against the confiscatory hands of an increasingly meddlesome government. Rome once again appears to be in an interventionist mood. The boardroom ouster of the French boss of UniCredit...

Italy's UniCredit says board would never agree to harmful deal

Italy's UniCredit on Tuesday sought to dispel concerns it may agree to take on state-owned Monte dei Paschi after the board pushed out Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier.

NEWSMAKER-Jean Pierre Mustier: UniCredit's dealmaker who sold but balked at buying

When French Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier vacates his office on the 29th floor of UniCredit's shiny tower in Milan, he will leave behind a leaner, less Italian bank.

UniCredit CEO steps down in clash with board

Italy's UniCredit said Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier will step down in April next year after clashing with the bank's board over strategy.

UniCredit shares sink at open after CEO says to step down

Shares in Italy's UniCredit fell as much as 8% in early trade on Tuesday after Chief Executive Jean Pierre Mustier said he would leave at the end of his term in April due to divergences with the board over strategy.

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