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June 25, 2022

Unicredit prepares investments worth over EUR 100 M in Romania

The Unicredit group has prepared investments worth over EUR 100 M for Romania in the coming years, aimed at expanding its network by 300 units, but it also considers purchasing a bank, given the falling prices, the general manager of the bank, Roberto Nicastro announced, quoted by Mediafax. “As you very well noticed, the price of banks has dropped, but expectations are very much related to what was in the past, so we must first see an adjustment of these expectations and only then we might have more serious talks. We had no one-to-one talk. We are open, but there is nothing concrete so far. We like to grow in Romania, but until now, prices were very high,” Nicastro explained.

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