Banca Sella S.p.A. provides various banking products and services for individuals, companies, and traders in Italy. The company offers current accounts; payment cards; home mortgages and personal loans; auto, family, and home insurance products; and investments products, as well as provides Internet and mobile banking services. It also offers loans and receivables; unsecured and agricultural land loans; EIB financing products; and payment systems, online, and digital solution services. In addition, the company provides trading and investment platform; stock, derivatives, and bond markets instruments; analysis and report services; training services; and various other services. Banca Sella S.p...
Square Gaudenzio Sella, 1
Biella, BI 13900
Seven Potential Buyers for ICBPI
Feb 17 15
Apax Partners LLP, BC Partners, Cinven and Hellman & Friedman LLC filed non-binding indications of interest recently, newspaper added. First offer was reported by Permira Advisers LLC for €2.2 billion for ICBPI, Il Sole reported in January 2015. Then came the offer of the alliance of Advent International Corporation and Bain Capital, LLC reportedly worth around €1.9 billion. Earlier in February 2015, CVC Capital Partners Limited also submitted an indication of interest, Il Sole added. The indications of interest filed so far value 100% of ICBPI at between €1.9 billion and €2.4 billion, according to the daily. Banca Popolare di Milano Scarl (BIT:PMI), Banca Popolare di Bari, Società cooperativa per Azioni, Banca Popolare dell'Etruria e del Lazio - Società Cooperativa (BIT:PEL), Banca Popolare Di Vicenza S.C.p.A., Banca Carige S.p.A. (BIT:CRG), Credito Valtellinese Societa Cooperativa (BIT:CVAL), Gruppo Banca Popolare di Cividale S.c.p.A., Istituto Centrale delle Banche Popolari Italiane Spa, Iccrea Holding S.p.A., Banca Sella S.p.A., UBI Banca International S.A., Veneto Banca s.c.p.a, Bca Popolare Emilia Romagna are ICBPI's shareholders. It is possible the banks may take a final decision by May 2015 so as to come to a possible closing of the deal in the second half of 2015, the daily said. The final decision is expected to depend not only on the price but also on the buyer's strategic plan and the guarantees associated with it, Il Sole argues. Most of the ICBPI shareholders agree the banks should sell the institute, according to the daily.