UniCredit, trade union agreement signed on generational turnover with 850 new hirings and economic bonuses for 2,400 euro
02 December 2022
Another important step in the process of generational turnover already started with the UniCredit Unlocked business plan – reinforced through additional new hires of 850 young individuals against 850 voluntary exits by 2024
Ecomomic recognition a total of 2400 euro to employees in Italy due to anticipated definition of the collective productivity bonus in addition to an extraordinary one-off contribution to combat the high cost of energy by benefiting from the legislative innovations introduced by the Government with the Aiuti quater Decree.
Reaffirmed willingness to create an even more positive and inclusive workplace in order to fully unleash UniCredit's business potential
Conclusion of the Second Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021. Update on the execution of the share buy-back programme during the period 28-30 November 2022
01 December 2022
UniCredit S.p.A. (the “Company” or “UniCredit”) announces the completion on 30 November 2022 of the second tranche of the share buy-back programme communicated to the market on 21 September 2022 and initiated the same date, in execution of the resolution of the shareholders’ meeting held on 8 April 2022, as updated and integrated pursuant to the shareholders’ resolution of 14 September 2022 (the “Second Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021”).
With respect to the purchases made during the period from 28 to 30 November 2022, UniCredit – on the basis of the information received from BNP Paribas Exane as intermediary in charge of executing, in full independence (so-called “riskless principal” or “matched principal”), the Second Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021 – informs, pursuant to art. 2, paragraph 3, of the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052, that it has carried out the daily purchases of UniCredit ordinary shares (ISIN IT0005239360) indicated, in aggregate details, in the chart below.
UniCredit: Fitch affirmed UniCredit SpA’s ratings
29 November 2022
The Rating Agency Fitch Ratings affirmed UniCredit SpA's 'BBB' 'Long-Term Issuer Default Rating ('IDR'), the 'F2' Short-Term Rating and the 'bbb' Viability Rating (i.e. standalone rating).
The outlook has been affirmed at 'stable'.
SNP, Tier2 and AT1 ratings have been affirmed as well.
For further details please see Fitch Ratings’ corresponding press release on the rating agency website www.fitchratings.com.
Milan, 29th November 2022
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UniCredit: update on the execution of the share buy-back programme during the period from 21 to 25 November 2022
28 November 2022
Within the UniCredit S.p.A. (the “Company” or “UniCredit”) share buy-back programme communicated to the market on 21 September 2022 and initiated on the same date, as per the authorisation granted by the Shareholders’ Meeting of the Company held on 8 April 2022, as updated and integrated pursuant to the shareholders’ resolution of 14 September 2022, (the “Second Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021”) – on the basis of the information received from BNP Paribas Exane as intermediary in charge of executing, in full independence (so-called “riskless principal” or “matched principal”), the Second Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021 – UniCredit informs, pursuant to art. 2, paragraph 3, of the Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/1052, that it has carried out the transactions indicated below.
The chart below provides aggregate details of the daily purchases of UniCredit ordinary shares (ISIN IT0005239360), made from 21 November 2022 to 25 November 2022.
New Purpose of UniCredit Foundation to unlock the potential of Europe’s next generation
28 November 2022
UniCredit relaunches its Foundation with a renewed focus on youth and education
New governance team and Board of Directors introduced
Andrea Orcel appointed as Chairman of the BoD for the next three years to pursue this new journey
In line with its approach over the past 19 years of supporting meaningful projects with significant social impact and innovation, UniCredit has relaunched its Foundation with a new Purpose and a new governance team.
Embodying the UniCredit Group Purpose of Empowering Communities to Progress, the UniCredit Foundation aims to unlock the potential of Europe’s next generation. It will work to provide Europe’s youth with enhanced and equal educational opportunities and the support they need for success in the academic and professional world.
These activities are furthermore an important lever within the Group’s social strategy and part of the ESG commitments and strategy.
To pursue this new journey, the Board of Directors of UniCredit Foundation ETS (Third Sector Entity) has appointed Andrea Orcel as Chairman for the next three years, succeeding the outgoing Chairman Maurizio Beretta. Giorgio Barba Navaretti has been nominated as Vice-Chairman and Silvia Cappellini as new General Manager.
“Education is essential. It’s a key driver of Europe’s future, and it is our responsibility as an institution to identify, support and empower our youth – those individuals who will lay the foundation for Europe’s progress and success in the years to come. It is our bank’s purpose to Empower Communities to Progress, and it is our commitment to promote social advancement, in line with our ESG strategy and strategic plan,” commented Andrea Orcel, Chairman of UniCredit Foundation and Group CEO for UniCredit.
“We are proud to be part of this renewed UniCredit Foundation and to contribute to its new journey focused on youth and education. Concrete attention to the younger generation is what will truly make Europe sustainable and forward-looking. We are committed to bringing our varied and international careers in the service of a mission that is as ambitious as well as it is urgent: ensuring we properly prepare our youth for sustaining and developing our society for the future, by offering them the tools to become the leaders of tomorrow,” commented Giorgio Barba Navaretti, Vice-Chairman of UniCredit Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Thanks to its extensive network across all sectors of education, its international expertise and UniCredit’s in-depth knowledge of local communities, the Foundation will select the right partners to support and participate in initiatives aimed at combating school drop-out, enhancing employability, encouraging university attainment and promoting study and research.
Serenella De Candia, UniCredit Group Compliance Officer, will maintain her role as a member of the Board of Directors that is composed of 9 international members, 6 of which are newly elected: Katharina Gehra, Szilvia Gyurkó, Roberto Kutić, Dorith Salvarani-Drill, Gerry Salole and Klaus Schwertner.
The Audit and Supervisory Board reconfirms its members for the next three years: Giorgio Loli, as Chairman, Elisabetta Magistretti and Michele Paolillo. The Scientific
Committee will continue to be guided by Professor Marco Pagano and will be composed of 11 additional members.
See below to learn more about the new Purpose, Mission and Governance team of the UniCredit Foundation:
· The UniCredit Foundation’s website
· The UniCredit Foundation’s Governance team
· The UniCredit Foundation’s new Purpose
Milan, 28 November 2022