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unicredit spa-144a adr (UNCFY) Key Developments

UniCredit to Launch Tender Offer for Eur 2.29 Billion in Subordinated Notes

UniCredit announced its intention to launch a tender offer for the repurchase of certain subordinated notes with a total outstanding amount of about EUR 2.29 billion. The offering period will begin April 13 and end April 30. The bank will announce the repurchase price for each series of notes on the first day of the offering period. UniCredit will be able to withdraw the offer at any time up to 9 a.m. Milan time on May 5, which is the settlement date.

UniCredit Announces Appointments in CIB and CEE Divisions

Gianfranco Bisagni, currently Head of CEE CIB at UniCredit Bank Austria AG and Deputy Head of CEE Division, will join the CIB Division as Deputy Head of CIB and ExCo member to take on direct responsibility for the commercial activities of a newly defined and enlarged CIB International Network. In addition, Mr. Bisagni will also take the leadership of the Global Transaction Banking Product Line, which fits perfectly taking into account the international approach of any given GTB activity. Enrico Minniti will take over Gianfranco Bisagni's role as Head of CEE CIB at UniCredit Bank Austria AG, which serves corporate customers in 13 countries of Central & Eastern Europe. Mr. Minniti, currently Head of Financing & Advisory CEE at UniCredit Bank Austria AG, will report in his new position to Carlo Vivaldi, Deputy CEO and Head of CEE Division of UniCredit Bank Austria AG. Further, Andrea Diamanti has been appointed, also effective from April 1 as Head of Financing CEE at UniCredit Bank Austria AG, succeeding Enrico Minniti. As far as Retail is concerned, Mauro Maschio - current Head of CEE Retail at UniCredit Bank Austria AG will take over a higher role within CEE Division to be communicated shortly. At the same time, Csilla Ihasz, so far Head of Commercial Development at UniCredit Bank Austria AG, will succeed Mr. Maschio as Head of CEE Retail at UniCredit Bank Austria AG. Mauro Maschio and Csilla Ihasz appointments will be effective from May 1st.

UniCredit S.p.A. Presents at Mines and Money Hong Kong, Mar-24-2015 05:05 PM

UniCredit S.p.A. Presents at Mines and Money Hong Kong, Mar-24-2015 05:05 PM. Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Expo Drive, Wanchai, Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Speakers: Patrick Welch, Head of Commodity Trade Finance.

Investment group Reportedly Mulls Acquisition Of Slovak And Hungarian Operations From Sberbank Of Russia

Investment group is reportedly seeking acquisition Of Slovak and Hungarian operations from Sberbank of Russia OJSC (MICEX:SBER). “Russia's Sberbank is preparing to sell its Slovak and Hungarian operations,” Czech newspaper Lidove Noviny reported on February 23, 2015, citing unnamed sources. “Three groups were interested in the Slovak unit: Penta REALITY, a.s., UniCredit S.p.A. (BIT:UCG) and OTP Bank Plc. (BUSE:OTP). The Russian bank's Czech operations are not for sale, “the newspaper said. "Sberbank in the Czech Republic is not for sale, but a deal is already being prepared in Hungary and Slovakia," Lidove Noviny cited one unnamed investor as saying. Sberbank declined to comment. Representatives for Sberbank's Slovak and Hungarian businesses also declined to comment on the report, as did a Penta spokesman.

ADIA And L&R Reportedly Bids For Former Unicredit Milan HQ

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) and London & Regional Properties Limited (L&R) have bid for the former headquarters of UniCredit S.p.A. (BIT:UCG) in Milan, according to two people familiar with the matter. Offers were between €280 million and €320 million, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the matter is private. ADIA is bidding with Hines Italia SGR against London & Regional which is working with Prelios S.p.A. (BIT:PRS), the people said. Idea Fimit Sgr, the company managing the sale, said it was expecting about €400 million for the property on Piazza Cordusio. Officials at UniCredit, Idea Fimit and Prelios declined to comment on the bidding, a Milan-based spokesman for Houston-based Hines also wouldn’t comment and a spokesman for London & Regional wasn’t immediately available for comment, reported Bloomberg.

 

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