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May 07, 2015 5:16 AM ET

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Company Overview of Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a.

Company Overview

Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a. operates a football club. The company also operates a sports center; and a scientific research center. In addition, it operates an online store for T-shirts, accessories, bags, jackets, and women’s and kids apparel; an online book store; and MyPanini, an online platform that allows users to create their personal stickers with original album frames and logos. The company was formerly known as Milan Associazione Sportiva and changed its name to Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a. in January 1939. Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a. was founded in 1899 and is based in Milan, Italy.

Via Filippo Turati 3

Milan, MI 20121

Italy

Founded in 1899

Phone:

39 02 62281

Fax:

39 026 598876

Key Executives for Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a.

Chief Executive Officer and Vice Executive President
Chief Financial Officer and Director
Secretary of the Board of Directors
Controller and Member of the Board
Vice President
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a. Key Developments

Berlusconi Could Retain Majority Stake In Milan

The President of Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a., Silvio Berlusconi said that he could retain a majority stake in the club. Berlusconi met with Bee Taechaubol for a potential stake sale. It was expected that Taechaubol and his associates would buy between 51% to 60% of Milan for about €500 million to €600 million.

Silvio Berlusconi To Discuss The sale Of Stake In Associazione Calcio Milan

Silvio Berlusconi will hold talks with Taechaubol later on Wednesday to discuss the sale of a stake Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a. Bee Taechaubol later on Wednesday to discuss the sale of a stake in Associazione Calcio Milan. If a deal on selling AC Milan is reached, the club would follow their city rivals in being bought by south-east Asian investors. Bee Taechaubol planned to present a €500 million offer for a 51% stake in AC Milan.

Bee Taechaubol To Acquire Initial 20% In Associazione Calcio Milan

Bee Taechaubol is set to sign an agreement to acquire Associazione Calcio Milan s.p.a. from Finanziaria d'investimento Fininvest S.p.A. He is expected to acquire an initial 20% with a view of taking up a controlling share of 65% next year.

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