Art on tour
Six stunning vedute from Intesa Sanpaolo’s collection – including a Canaletto – are on show in Zagreb and Belgrade. It’s all to help promote cultural relations. “Intesa Sanpaolo operates in countries rich in culture and heritage and believes that cultural activities are a way to foster friendship across communities” – Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Intesa Sanpaolo.
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Art on tour
Six stunning vedute from Intesa Sanpaolo’s collection – including a Canaletto – are on show in Zagreb and Belgrade. It’s all to help promote cultural relations. “Intesa Sanpaolo operates in countries rich in culture and heritage and believes that cultural activities are a way to foster friendship across communities” – Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, Chairman of […]
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“Intesa Sanpaolo has, at its core, personality, which really makes it stand out in the City”
Jessica Rees-Hole works as Senior Legal Counsel in the London office of Intesa Sanpaolo. She joined the bank in 2015 after spending five years at an English law firm based in London and is enjoying the European and International focus of the job.
INTESA SANPAOLO CONFIRMED IN THE DOW JONES SUSTAINABILITY INDICES
For the seventh consecutive year Intesa Sanpaolo has been included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index Europe and the Dow Jones Sustainability Index World financial indices, which are among the most important global and European stock market indices for assessing corporate social responsibility. Scoring 84 out of 100 points, against a financial sector average of 58, Intesa Sanpaolo entered the two indices as the only Italian bank.
“Being included once again in this index, one of the most authoritative and selective indices, recognises our commitment to growth that is responsible and caring towards people, the communities and the environment. These are the elements that inspire our strategic decisions as well as our daily operations”, underlines Carlo Messina, Intesa Sanpaolo Managing Director and CEO.
With regard to the financial sector, 28 banks were included in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index World, and 10 in the Europe index in 2017.
Intesa Sanpaolo and ISSNAF are pushing for a rethink of global economy according to Circular Economy principles
Intesa Sanpaolo and ISSNAF, The Italian Scientists and Scholars in North America Foundation, are co-promoters of the “Award for Innovation & Circular Economy”, a call dedicated to all Italian researchers currently working in the United States and Canada to submit concrete scalable solutions aimed at shaping the prosperity of the 21st century. The Award seeks to bolster the best innovative ideas and projects involving the regenerative and restorative principles behind the Circular Economy, as identified by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, the most influential global player in this field. In particular, it aims at investigating how, through a change in perspective, we can re-design the way our economy works designing products that can be “made to be made again” and powering the system with renewable energy. Participants were invited to demonstrate efforts and competencies in circular design to facilitate product reuse and recycling in areas such as material selection, standardized components, designed-to-last products and separation or reuse of products and materials. Finalists presented their ideas at the Intesa Sanpaolo Hub in New York, on June 20th, and the jury awarded Giulia Plotti with a certificate and a $3,000 cash prize, thanks to an innovative project “Tracy”: the young engineer created an app that works as a “track and recycling coach”. Tracy’s main features aim to enable a recycling chain with the possibility for users to check their results and become actors of the circular economy; moreover, through a gamification process, the app can measure and inform citizens of their results and reward them for their efforts.
Intesa Sanpaolo takes Tiepolo’s Last Judgment to the Hermitage
Visitors of the Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg will be given the privilege of admiring Giovanni Battista Tiepolo’s painting - The Last Judgement, one of the main features of Intesa Sanpaolo’s rich art collection as part of Bank’s ongoing L’Ospite illustre (“Famous Guest”) programme – in which major art works are taken from another collection or given on a loan and put on short-term display.
“Giving one of the most important paintings of Intesa Sanpaolo art collection on a loan to Hermitage Museum of Saint Petersburg, just after exchanging the two Caravaggio works with the Metropolitan Museum of New York, is an ultimate recognition for Gallerie d’Italia, coming from the world most reputable museums. It is a great source of pride for Intesa Sanpaolo to be able to co-work on projects that disseminate Italian art and contribute to raising notability of our masters abroad.”, says Michele Coppola, Head of Cultural Activity at Intesa Sanpaolo.
The exhibition is open until July 16, 2017.