Bper-Carige merger: active over 155 billion and more than 2,200 branches. Radiography of the third pole

The Carige sign on the Genoa headquarters building

The framework could be completed in a reasonably short time with the involvement of Popolare di Sondrio, already 9.5% owned by Unipol, intending to rise over 10%

Genoa – The new playmaker of Italian banking risk is Carlo Cimbri, number one of Unipol, the insurance group that controls 19% of Bper, the former Popolare from Emilia Romagna one step away from the purchase of Carige. The bank led by Piero Montani is what the Ligurian institute could have been, had its last years been more fortunate: a commercial bank with a retail profile, deeply rooted in the territory, solid, active in offering advanced services to families and businesses.

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