- Mediobanca Group Sport CampSports camp opens for prisoners at the Cesare Beccaria Institute for Young Offenders in Milan - A project to promote social inclusion and help young offenders re-entering society through sport. The Mediobanca Group has today unveiled a new social project with the sponsorship of the Milan municipality: the Mediobanca Group Sport Camp, which from 26 June will see young prisoners at the “Cesare Beccaria” Institute for Young Offenders in Milan take part in a sports camp. The project’s main objective is to use sport as a tangible way to promote social integration and so facilitate the young offenders’ re-entry to society once they have completed their punishment.
- Press releaseThe Report on the qualitative and quantitative composition of the Board of Directors is now available at the company’s head offices and on the authorized storage websites emarketstorage.com and mediobanca.com (Corporate Governance/AGM 2017).
- Press releaseThe project to merge the Group company Banca Esperia S.p.A. into parent company Mediobanca S.p.A., and the respective financial situations (as at 31 December 2016), have today been filed at the company’s head office.
- Financial statements for nine months ended 31/3/17 approvedFinancial statements for nine months ended 31/3/17 approved
Mediobanca Group business model reshaping process continues, refocusing on highly-specialized and profitable banking activities, with revenues, profits and ROAC up in all divisions
- Mediobanca: Fitch changes ratings following downgrade of Italian sovereign ratingMediobanca hereby gives notice that Fitch has reduced the Bank’s long-term rating from “BBB+” to “BBB” while confirming its short-term rating at “F2”. This follows the downgrade to the long-term ratings for the republic of Italy on 21 April 2017 from “BBB+” to “BBB”. Mediobanca’s short- and medium-term ratings are aligned with the sovereign ratings by which they are capped. The outlook moves to Stable from Negative.