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Banca Generali is well on the stock exchange, in the center of the Del Vecchio-Caltagirone counter-plan

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(Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) – Banca Generali is among the best securities of the Ftse Mib and, together with Anima Holding which published the data on the collection of managed savings in November, is the most brilliant in the asset gathering sector, returning to hook up to 38 euros.

Plan B of the Del Vecchio-Caltagirone pact

The appeal of the stock is supported by the reconstruction made over the weekend by Il Sole 24 Ore according to which the agreement between the shareholders of Generali Leonardo Del Vecchio, Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone and the Crt Foundation would have set the development of Banca Generali (controlled at 50, 2% from the insurance group) at the heart of its plan for Generali. According to what is indicated in the article of Saturday 4 November, the pact, which has now exceeded 15% in the capital of Trieste, is ready to present its strategic vision after the publication of the company’s business plan.

Interests with Mediobanca

According to these shareholders, Banca Generali “is an asset to be enhanced and which can still generate a lot of value, certainly not to be sold or even to be left aside”, reports Il Sole 24 Ore, but for this purpose the crux of relations with Mediobanca must be resolved ( first shareholder of Trieste and also committed to growing in asset management) after a couple of missed opportunities for Banca Generali (such as the Finanza & Futuro and Pioneer dossiers) created discontent among the shareholders. The rumors, according to brokers, increase attention on the issues of Generali’s new plan of 15 December.

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