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This week we discover the 4th story taken from UniCredit's 2021 Annual Report. A very touching testament of our colleague Andrea Bertamini who is supporting for years now an organization known as “FOP Italia OdV”. FOP stands for “Fibrodisplasia Ossificante Progressiva”, and it is an extremely rare and progressive disease among children. Read how Andrea together with the UniCredit Foundation took action and helped to make a difference.
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UniCredit Foundation continues its commitment launched in 2021 with a new donation of €2.3 million in favour of 53 organizations involved in the distribution of food supplies throughout the country. Thanks to this new initiative 1.8 million meals will be provided to those in need.
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We are increasingly convinced that a valuable investment strategy should combine a traditional selection of assets with an approach that takes into consideration long-term “real life” structural changes. Despite the events of the last two years, there are key trends, or key themes, which are either emerging or which have been exacerbated by the pandemic or geopolitical tensions. In particular, there are 7 macrotrends that we believe are paramount in our investment choices.
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This upcoming Saturday, May 21, marks World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development – a United Nations-declared international day dedicated to promoting a deeper understanding of cultural diversity across the globe.
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To respond to the growing number of refugees arriving in Italy as a result of the war in Ukraine, AVSI and a number of other non-profit organisations, and with the support of UniCredit, opened the #HelpUkraine hub in Milan on Monday 16 May
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UniCredit partners with Valore D for the launch of the WeFly® Programme – an international and cross-company women's mentoring program - supporting our ambition to increase female representation in management roles, providing female managers with additional career support to boost their strengths, know-how and skills.
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"Together4Digital" aims to concretely support Italian companies by providing them with financial resources, skills and digital tools for economic and sustainable growth in line with the NRRP.
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UniCredit and SheTech launch a Coding Bootcamp for women from 11 to 13 May bringing together professionals and computer science enthusiasts to explore Java Enterprise core technologies and bridge the gender gap in the tech field.
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It isn’t always easy to lead a team through uncertainty. Here are three things you can do to be an effective leader when times are challenging.
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UniCredit Bank Banja Luka joins the "Priceless Planet Coalition" initiative, aimed to positively impact the global renewal of the forest fund.
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UniCredit: update on the execution of the share buy-back programme during the period from 16 to 20 May 2022
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23 May 2022 PRICE SENSITIVE
Within the UniCredit S.p.A. (the “Company” or “UniCredit”) share buy-back programme communicated to the market on 10 May 2022 and initiated on 11 May 2022, in execution of the resolution of the shareholders’ meeting held on 8 April 2022 (the "First Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021”) – on the basis of the information received from Goldman Sachs International as intermediary in charge of executing, in full independence (so-called “riskless principal” or “matched principal”), the First 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 16 May 2022 to 20 May 2022.
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UniCredit and its Foundation support 52 children's non-profit organizations with a total 500,000 euros
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20 May 2022
The "Call for Europe" initiative awards social projects in 12 Group countries   The third edition of the “Call for Europe” initiative of UniCredit and its Foundation aimed at supporting non-profit organisations focused on children in the 12 different European countries where the Group operates, has come to an end.   52 social projects dedicated to young people and children have been rewarded with a total amount of 500,000 euros, distributed across four specific focus areas: education (238,500 euros), social inclusion (104,500 euros), disability (94,000 euros) and health (63,000 euros).   Silvia Cappellini, Head of UniCredit Foundation, said: “UniCredit Foundation has a long history of supporting our communities in the different countries of our Bank, which we continue to build on and enhance through dedicated activities. Thanks to the “Call for Europe” initiative, we have been able to support 144 projects for children and young people in our different European countries over the last three years with a total of 1,360,000 euros. This is testament to our continued strong social commitment and high attention to the needs of all our communities with a special focus on supporting children and young people to foster inclusion and build a more sustainable, better society for all”.   The third edition of the “Call for Europe” initiative was launched in November 2021 inviting the Group's local banks to identify and share a short-list of up to five outstanding social projects of particular local relevance focused on children and young people. A dedicated Committee appointed by the UniCredit Foundation was responsible for selecting the winning initiatives across 12 Group countries: Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Germany, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.   Each country was awarded 40,000 euros to be divided among the winning local projects. Furthermore, additional 20,000 euros were awarded by the Committee to a further select number of projects deemed as particularly impactful.   Milan, 20 May 2022    Contacts:   UniCredit Media Relations e mail: mediarelations@unicredit.eu   
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Empowering women to grow within UniCredit
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17 May 2022
We want to support and enable more women to build long and satisfying careers within at UnICredit, and we are especially working to increase the representation of women at the management level.    To bring our efforts to life, we take a multifaceted approach – investing in a diverse, equitable and inclusive environment, designing the Global Job and Skill Framework, and promoting our female talent and leadership within our Group and beyond.   Our diverse offer of development programmes for female colleagues stands as a testimony to this commitment. A strong example of this is the WeFly Programme – an international and cross-company women's mentoring program by Valore D and sponsored by UniCredit.   Beginning today, May 16, the second edition of the initiative is launched, with 162 participants of 19 different nationalities, coming from 47 companies worldwide. We are thrilled to announce that a total of 60 UniCredit colleagues will be participating in the WeFly programme: 30 women who will join as mentees and 30 men and women who will participate as mentors.    Valore D is the first association of companies in Italy which since 2009 has been committed to building a professional world without discrimination, in which gender equality and the culture of inclusion support the innovation, progress and growth of organizations and of Italy.   The Wefly® programme will engage women who are middle managers to support them in exploring more international careers. Through cross-country mentoring, participants will experience different professional cultures, helping to enrich their management styles. The match between mentors and mentees is defined through a tailor-made interview process to ensure the best matches in terms of personal attitudes and professional goals.   Over the next 7 months, each mentee will be paired with a mentor, where they will have the opportunity to grow their professional network, become familiarised with various cultures, strengthen their ambition to further achieve professional success, and empower future generations of colleagues.   Commenting on the program, Siobhan Mc Donagh, Head of Group People & Culture said: “UniCredit remains wholly committed to providing the best professional growth opportunities to women at all levels across the Group. As testament to this, we are continuing to make progress in our ambition to increase female representation in management roles. We are proud to work with Valore D, a respected leader in promoting gender balance. Together, we will provide additional career support to all female managers to determine their strengths, increase their know-how and further build on these skills – because when you do what you enjoy, it shows. For many years, our company has invested in internal mentoring and coaching, and we will continue to do so with this ambition in mind.”     Paola Mascaro, President at Valore D commented: "Even today, many women do not take on new career challenges, or explore international careers, often because of a lack of confidence in their self. The value of a cross-company experience such as WeFly lies in the opportunity for women to confront with different cultures and learn from different management style, a fundamental step to build a solid career path for tomorrows D&I leadership”.     Contacts:   UniCredit Media Relations  mediarelations@unicredit.eu
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UniCredit: update on the execution of the share buy-back programme during the period from 11 to 13 May 2022
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17 May 2022 PRICE SENSITIVE
Within the UniCredit S.p.A. (the “Company” or “UniCredit”) share buy-back programme communicated to the market on 10 May 2022 and initiated on 11 May 2022, in execution of the resolution of the shareholders’ meeting held on 8 April 2022 (the “First Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2021”) – on the basis of the information received from Goldman Sachs International as intermediary in charge of executing, in full independence (so-called “riskless principal” or “matched principal”), the First 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 11 May 2022 to 13 May 2022.    
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AVSI opens #HelpUkraine hub in Milan with the support of UniCredit
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16 May 2022
The hub is based in Viale Monza 79, Milan. The launch event was attended by Anna Scavuzzo, Deputy Mayor of Milan; Natalino Manno from the Prefect of Milan; Giuseppe Petronzi, Questore of Milan; Siobhan McDonagh, Head of Group People and Culture at UniCredit; Stanislav Plakhotnyi, Consul of Ukraine in Milan; Giampaolo Silvestri, Secretary General of AVSI and Patrizia Savi, President of AVSI   Today the #HelpUkraine hub was opened in Viale Monza 79, Milan, thanks to the joint efforts of a number of organisations managed by Fondazione AVSI, including Associazione Famiglie per l'Accoglienza, Associazione San Martino, Fondazione Franco Verga, Associazione I Bambini dell'Est, the Ukrainian NGO Emmaus, Medici in Famiglia Impresa Sociale, and the help of UniCredit. The project combines service innovation and community involvement in a space provided on free loan by UniCredit.   The hub was set up to respond to the needs of a growing number of Ukrainian refugees arriving to Milan, pooling resources to coordinate and centralise support services as well as connect the many Italians wishing to help with those in need. In addition to providing the space for the hub, all UniCredit Group employees in Italy have the chance for active involvement in this initiative through volunteering.   Andrea Orcel, CEO of UniCredit, said: “I am incredibly proud that we are able to offer our help to the refugees displaced by the war in Ukraine in a specific and concrete way that allows us to also further support the unity and wellbeing of our whole community in Italy. I truly believe that our role and responsibility as a bank go far beyond lending. In the face of the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Europe right now, it is critical for us to fulfil our social function responding to the urgent needs of our communities, always empowering their progress and importantly allowing our people to actively contribute to this effort.”   “After intervening promptly on the borders of Ukraine, in Poland and Romania, and inside Ukraine itself - explains Giampaolo Silvestri, Secretary General of AVSI Foundation - we realised that we couldn't fail to address the huge demand for help in our country, and to match it to the great wave of solidarity shown by so many families. This led to the idea of networking, involving different actors, to coordinate and join forces to better respond to this new challenge.”   The hub aims to both, facilitate the reception and integration of Ukrainian citizens arriving to Italy as refugees, and to support people in Italy who wish to help. More specifically, it will carry out the following activities:   -   provide urgent information, guidance and assistance to Ukrainian citizens and fleeing families who have entered Italy; -   provide support in the process for obtaining a residence permit, for reporting unaccompanied minors, for registration with the SSN, vaccinations, entry into the school system, etc.; -   gather and promote a network of families who wish to offer their hospitality to Ukrainian citizens, welcoming them into their homes and / or providing flats and houses they own for this purpose; -    share relevant information to raise awareness and provide support in the process of connecting available accommodation in families and / or vacant flats / houses with refugees in need; -   provide dedicated support services to Ukrainian refugees and host families, including vouchers and psychosocial support services; -   provide support to Ukrainian children and adolescents for integration and participation at school as well as in recreational, play and sports activities; -   offer Italian language training, addressed to both minors and adults, to acquire basic Italian language skills that can facilitate the process of integration and access to schools and work; -   promote information that can support job seeking and orientation; -   offer support in obtaining medical assistance such as paediatric examinations, specialist examinations and tests for children and adults, antigenic and molecular swabs.   The hub's operational secretariat has also set up a working group with weekly meetings with Banco Building, Banco Farmaceutico, Banco Alimentare, Cdo Opere Sociali, Cdo Opere Educative, Banco Informatico Biteb, in order to share mutual updates on the Ukraine emergency and constantly liaise with the competent local and national institutions (Municipality, Prefecture, Police Headquarters, Juvenile Court, Region, etc.), and with other Third Sector entities actively involved in the local response in Italy.     Contact info point Help Ukraine   -  Contact details: +39.02.674988368 in Ukrainian and English +39.02.674988369 in Italian HelpUkraine@avsi.org - Hours of operation Monday to Friday - 10.00 to 13.00 - 14.00 to 17.00 - Operative Headquarters: Viale Monza 79, 20131, Milan   Milan, 16 May 2022     Enquiries: UniCredit Media Relations mediarelations@unicredit.eu
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