Intesa Sanpaolo powers business across the Americas
Diversity, experience and agility combine to enable Intesa Sanpaolo to thrive as a major player in New York.
Why tech is in fashion
Innovation is making a huge impact on the fashion industry, creating disruptive online retailers and forcing bricks-and-mortar stores to rethink their strategies. Intesa Sanpaolo Innovation Center is leading the way
Italian fashion start-ups target New York
Intesa Sanpaolo has taken four Italian fashion start-ups to New York, a place where style meets tech
When romanticism and revolution met
An exhibition in Milan focuses on the “forgotten” 19th century
Growth set to slow as fog of uncertainty envelops the global economy
But Intesa Sanpaolo says a recession is unlikely in 2019 despite a growing list of potential problems, from trade disputes to political crises
Intesa Sanpaolo is taking on economic and social challenges for a new perspective on growth
Intesa Sanpaolo’s conference on social responsibility held in Milan, January 28th, examined how the key to success is to put society, culture and the planet at the heart of how we do business
Dubai’s hub of opportunity
Intesa Sanpaolo’s UAE base serves the Middle East, North Africa and Turkey. It supports corporate growth and offers openings for start-ups
Reaping the benefits of impact economy
By investing in non-profit businesses and people, Banca Prossima makes an impact on society at large and remains profitable at the same time. A revolution based on its results is about to start at Intesa Sanpaolo
Building the number one solid bank in Europe
The London Branch is the Hub for Europe for Intesa Sanpaolo’s Corporate International Network and represents the local reference point for the Group in the UK.
Putting fun into family finances
Giovanna Paladino, director of the Museo del Risparmio in Turin, Italy and Alexander Resch, chief executive of Intesa Sanpaolo’s Slovakian subsidiary VUB bank, tell Giulia Rhodes how their new digital edutainment platform is helping individuals shape their own finances
Intesa Sanpaolo in Los Angeles with four films
Milan, February 19 2019 – For the second consecutive year, Intesa Sanpaolo is taking part in the “Los Angeles Italia Film Festival 2019” held from February 17 until February 22 in Los Angeles, as a special partner.
At this year’s event will be shown four films that have been produced with the financial support of Intesa Sanpaolo: Modalità Aereo by Fausto Brizzi (Producer Casanova Multimedia), Mia Martini – Io sono Mia by Riccardo Donna (Producer Casanova Multimedia), Il Primo Re by Matteo Rovere (Producer Groenlandia) and I Moschettieri del Re by Giovanni Veronesi (Producer Indiana Production).
The Festival, held in conjunction with MIBACT, ANICA and ICE, concludes with the award to Matteo Rovere as ‘Director of the Year’ for his film Il Primo Re, produced by Groenlandia with the financial support of Intesa Sanpaolo.
Thanks to Intesa Sanpaolo Group’s strategic presence throughout Italy and in foreign markets, and its specialized Media & Entertainment Desk within its subsidiary Mediocredito Italiano, it can help with the internationalization of Italian companies and act as a reference point for foreign investors in the motion picture sector.
Since 2009 Intesa Sanpaolo Group has provided more than 1 billion euros to over 70 producers, supported over 400 audiovisual productions, such as The Young Pope and L’Amica Geniale.
Artworks from Intesa Sanpaolo collection on display in New York
Milan, February 18: Artworks from Intesa Sanpaolo’s extensive art collection are currently star attractions of two different exhibitions in New York. Until March 06, visitors to the Italian Cultural Institute of New York can admire four masterpieces by Lucio Fontana alongside works of other artists of the Italian avant-garde, such as Manzoni and Castellani. They form part of the Spatial Explorations exhibition, which takes as its theme the visual interpretation of significant scientific discoveries of the mid-20th century. Two more of the bank’s paintings signed by Lucio Fontana are on show at the MET Breuer museum. Lucio Fontana: On the Threshold is a major retrospective of the artist’s life and work, running until April 14.
Intesa Sanpaolo recognised among the most sustainable companies worldwide
Milan, February 11: Intesa Sanpaolo’s commitment to sustainability has recently been recognised by two major authorities on the subject. For the third consecutive year, it was the only Italian bank to appear in the Global 100 Index, which ranks the world's most sustainable listed corporations and is compiled by Corporate Knights, a Canadian magazine specialising in sustainability. Intesa Sanpaolo sits in 80th place out of approximately 7,500 companies, analysed on the basis of 21 indicators in the fields of environmental, social and governance. Furthermore, the bank was included in the 2018 Climate Change A List of the non-profit Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP) for its commitment to fighting climate change and its strategy in favour of the environment, in particular its support of a low-carbon economy. These recognitions come just days after the inclusion of Intesa Sanpaolo in Bloomberg’s 2019 Gender Equality Index (GEI), which assesses the commitment and actions on gender equality of the main listed companies across all business sectors worldwide.