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Fears of Siena for Mps, Unicredit in data room

2021-08-02T13:02:52.077Z

Mps is "a heritage to be safeguarded" and there is no need to "race to sell it". The president of Tuscany Eugenio Giani says this as concerns about the future of the bank and the impact on the territory rise to Siena. (HANDLE)



(ANSA) - FLORENCE, 02 AUG - Mps is "a heritage to be safeguarded" and you don't have to "rush to sell it". The president of Tuscany Eugenio Giani praises them while concern for the future of the bank and for the impact on the territory rises to Siena. "The Municipality of Siena - says the municipal councilor Alberto Tirelli - lives the situation with great concern, especially as regards the repercussions that may have, whatever choice may be made, on the city and on the province of Siena. Not so much for what is directly linked to Monte dei Paschi, but also and above all for the related industries ".


    Troubled waters also in the government for the MPS-Unicredit affair, which alarmed the majority parties, which have clamored for information: the Minister of Economy, Daniele Franco, will report on Wednesday before the Finance Commissions of the Chamber and Senate.


    Meanwhile, the stock is down on the stock market after the announcement of Unicredit's exclusive deal with the Treasury and the outcome of the stress test, which saw Il Monte ranked last in Europe. Today the virtual data room opens for Unicredit due diligence, in which several teams of the bank led by Andrea Orcel will be involved in order to X-ray Mps activities. (HANDLE).


Source: ansa

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