“In order to continue to play a role in supporting the real economy and fueling growth and, at the same time, proposing itself as a major institutional support for the implementation of the Recovery Plan, Intesa Sanpaolo intends to earn. 400 billion for medium and long term disbursement “. Carlo Messina said this, ending the presentation of the report on industrial zones. “About 120 billion – he added – for companies with sales of up to 350 million. About 150 billion for companies with sales over 350 million and over 140 billion for individuals”. Interventions that benefit “companies – Messina added – will be carried out mainly in areas closely connected to the NRP. In particular green, circle and ecological transformation projects. infrastructure and transport, urban regeneration and social inclusion “. “Intesa Sanpaolo – he continued – has a broad range of combined experience in financial and advisory activities related to the Restoration Plan’s areas of interest and intends to further strengthen its role in supporting the country.” through five points: the participation of the Italian entrepreneurial structure also through the supply chain and the activities that cause about 270,000 SMEs, in addition to about 700,000 microenterprises; conducting financial transactions has a large structure in which it leads the market; strengthens relationships with major domestic and international institutional investors; a bank’s privileged dialogue with reference customers and with institutions local “.
“We have decided to work in recent months to structure the bank closer to companies in the supply chain.” This was stated by the Executive Director of Intesa Sanpaolo, Carlo Messina, during a presentation on the industrial zones. “We have built an organizational structure – he added – that includes the plan’s various assignments on the credit advisory front. By 2026, we will be able to provide € 270 billion for these projects.” company related to NRP. We are ready to support our country and seize opportunities to restart the economy. We believe in the “Draghi government.” Strong in Europe alone. There is a solid infrastructure that goes hand in hand with the savings of households. Panoramic Europe. ”This was stated by Intesa Sanpaolo’s Executive Director, Carlo Messina, in industrial zones report presentation. “Savings have increased during this pandemic – he added – and is poised to return to the real economy.” Through accelerating growth, our debt will remain sustainable. We have to invest in companies and supply chains. Italy is the nation of the supply chain. and the only engine that can be leveraged for growth is the National Recovery and Recovery Plan. This plan must be established as the supply chain plan. Intesa is a supply chain bank, our market share leads us to become the country’s financial infrastructure “
‘Supply chain is an exponential of GDP growth’ – “Supply chain diagram can represent a strong multiplier for GDP growth”. Consequently, the CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo, Carlo Messina, concludes the presentation of the report on industrial zones. “So – he added – what the State disburses can be multiplied by creating a strong acceleration for growth. If the Government estimates include only the impact of the public share, I believe that for the private sector, it is very significant. Induction can be generated that could reinforce this growth.
‘Positive comments for Draghi CEO – “You need to know how to get the most out of the positivity from the next generation Eu. So trust, reputation, next-generation Eu and the sustainability of public debt are key factors. Beyond Mario Draghi There is no one else in Europe who can carry out this mission. ”This was stated by Intesa Sanpaolo’s CEO, Carlo Messina, during a presentation on the industrial zones. country – he added – without the Draghi government, I would be very skeptical of the future prospects. So the comment is very positive. “
‘Towards a market solution for Alitalia’ – “The Alitalia profile is entirely in the hands of the Government and I believe we need to have a market solution that is compatible with European standards.” This was stated by the Executive Director of Intesa Sanpaolo, Carlo Messina, during a presentation on the industrial zones. “A company – he added – must have a market view. Without that view there is no reason for a bank to finance a company that is expected to lose money.”
‘I don’t see Intesa Sanpaolo in relation to the old Ilva’ – “On Ilva, we have supported this operator for several years because of the significant impact on GDP”. This was stated by the Executive Director of Intesa Sanpaolo, Carlo Messina, during a presentation on the industrial zones. “But I see – he added – a tough involvement in the bank’s future. We have exposure liabilities now and we will do everything we can to protect them. This is an asset.” has a significant impact on GDP “.
‘Aspi remains as Italian as possible’ – “On Autostrade per l’Italia, I can say that it also takes the participation of shareholders to find a solution”. This was stated by Intesa Sanpaolo’s CEO, Carlo Messina, answering questions from journalists during the report presentation on industrial zones. “Of course I have to tell you – he added – that if I had to imagine Autostrade per l’Italia in the hands of a Spaniard or Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, I have no doubts about the choice. must be retained as much as possible within our country, also because it is also linked with aspects of national security “.