Intesa Sanpaolo has once again received the recognition of “Bank of the Year in Italy” from The Banker, a newspaper of the Financial Times Group of Reference for the region, on the occasion of the “Bank of the Year Awards 2021”, which takes place annually. is the prize. Awarded globally by British Magazine. While presenting the award this year, the judges noted the role played by banks in providing stability and support to the collective effort to recover from the pandemic, an activity in which Intesa Sanpaolo has distinguished herself. They therefore evaluated and rewarded their ability to be a leader in meeting the needs of customers and the economy in general, while looking to the future. The ability to adapt, useful for establishing long-term growth, has been rewarded in the light of global changes in recent months.
Carlo Messina, Managing Director and CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo, declared: “This position of recognition, which rewards exceptional commitment and the success achieved by the Group in a period of change, reinforces the determination with which we live every day. Work in the service of sustainable and inclusive growth.With the pride and responsibility of being the nation’s leading bank, we will continue to provide our strengths and skills to businesses and families through intervention plans already underway, which are more than 400 billion Provides disbursements. and for a longer period on PNRR, both as per the lines of action which will be announced soon along with the new business plan 2022-25”.
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