Caravaggio, down-and-dirty genius
‘St Ursula’ shows Caravaggio at his most autobiographical
Italy’s bond powerhouse: Intesa Sanpaolo pilots World Bank deals
$1.5bn raised cements international relationship
Was Canaletto’s nephew the better painter?
The turbulent relationship between two great Venetian painters
Papering the way to a global future
Loan facilities from Intesa Sanpaolo’s internationalisation office assisted Lucca-based tissue manufacturer Celtex acquire a German firm. The move has enabled it to expand its international profile, says Robert Galbraith
One Belt, One Road: the world’s biggest trade initiative
A project to promote economic prosperity across Eurasia
One Belt, One Road: supporting local business
Finance for SMEs along the new Silk Route
One Belt, One Road: welcome to the Eurasian powerhouse
Former Soviet bloc states, Russia, China and South Korea sit down to talk
The height of Italian culinary perfection
Where good food is about respect for nature
Sitting down with a prospective customer for the first time, starting that adventure, that’s exciting!
Karine Maupiler believes it’s all about taking an entrepreneurial approach and says relationships are at the heart of commercial strategy
Futurism to Arte Povera: Italy’s quest for a modern artistic identity
Utterly different movements define the 20th century – one looking forward, the other harking to the past
Teatro alla Scala opens new season with Puccini’s Madama Butterfly
Madama Butterfly opened the opera season at La Scala in Milan thanks also to the support of Intesa Sanpaolo. The sponsorship is aimed at encouraging the younger generations to create, perform and enjoy such brilliant performances. The Principal Conductor Riccardo Chailly and the Director Alvis Hermanis offer an opportunity to rediscover a Butterfly that is even more audacious than initially intended. Photo: Figurino Fujita, Madama Butterfly, 1951.
Intesa Sanpaolo wins the award for “Bank of the year 2016 in Italy”
Assigned by the FT Group’s THE BANKER magazine this award is seen by the world of finance as the ‘standard for banking excellence’. The nomination came as a result of Intesa Sanpaolo’s strategic approach which led to a solid performance in terms of economic, capital strength and liquidity parameters as wellbeing effective in responding to changing customer needs and adopting innovative digital and technological solutions that increased customer satisfaction and productivity levels.
Intesa Sanpaolo opens a new corporate branch in Doha
Intesa Sanpaolo is the first Italian Bank in Qatar, with the only Italian banking network operating directly in the Persian Gulf. Wishing to follow the needs of its corporate clients everywhere in the world and provide equal financial support to companies working in the region, Intesa Sanpaolo is offering a complete range of financial services, even in the local currency, with branches in Doha, Abu Dhabi and Dubai Hub.