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December 1, 2021
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Marco Capellini, new CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank

Intesa Sanpaolo Group released at the end of last week their strategic plan on the next four years (2014-2017) and their major priorities for the International Subsidiary Banks Divsision are to reposition and consolidate their presence in some states where the group are operating, according to a press release. By this reevaluation, the Italian bank which reported a loss of EUR 37 million in Romania would take into consideration “agreements with other international players,” according to Mediafax.
In the release, the group claim that they maintain and intend to strengthen their presence in Romania, and a new CEO, Marco Capellini was appointed as of March 1, 2014 (the appointment is on course of authorization at BNR). He has been deputy chairman of the board and vice-CEO at Intesa Bank in Belgrade, the top bank in Serbia for the past three years. Marco Capellini has an extensive knowledge of the Romanian banking market, as he returns to Romania after a successful spell of three years (2003-2006) as CEO and member of the board of former Sanpaolo IMI Bank Romania. Marco Capellini said: “…The negotiations started at the end of last year with the Romanian Post to offer banking and financial services through the postal offices prove again the real interest of Intesa Sanpaolo Group in our country.”

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