The Intesa Sanpaolo Group, with 11.1 million customers and more that 4,100 branches in Italy, is the country’s leading banking group. It is also one of the top banking groups in Europe. The Intesa Sanpaolo Group is the leading provider of financial products and services to both households and businesses in Italy. This includes banking intermediation (with a market share of 15% in customer loans and 16% in customer deposits), asset management (21%), life insurance premiums (with a market share of 21%), pension funds (22%), and factoring (29%).

The Group also has strategic operations in central and eastern Europe and in middle eastern and north African countries. It is among the top players in several countries with 8.2 million customers and a network of approximately 1,200 branches. Through its local subsidiaries, the Intesa Sanpaolo Group ranks first in Serbia, second in Croatia and Slovakia, fourth in Albania, fifth in Egypt, seventh in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Slovenia and Hungary.

As at December 31st 2015, the Intesa Sanpaolo Group had total assets of 676,496 million euro, customer loans of 350,010 million euro, direct deposits from banking business of 372,183 million euro and direct deposits from insurance business and technical reserves of 132,948 million euro.

The Group operates through seven Business Units (The Banca dei Territori division, the Corporate and Investment Banking division, the International Subsidiary Banks division, the Private Banking division, the Asset Management division, the Insurance division and the Capital Light Bank) which serve different types of customers. In addition there are the Governance Centres comprising: Chief Governance Officer, Chief Innovation Officer, Chief Financial Officer, Chief Operating Officer, Chief Lending Officer e Chief Risk Officer for guidance, coordination and control of the whole Group.

The detail of Intesa Sanpaolo’s organisational structure is available on the Group’s Internet site @.

A presentation of the Group - Italian Leader with a European scale

Data: February 2016