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We look at Credito Italiano’s award winning 1985 advertising campaign with the slogan “La Banca in doppiopetto grigio”. An innovative advert for those days as it was the first to put a spotlight on the increasing female presence in banks. Our UniCredit Historical Archives colleagues take us to discover this unique example of advertising from the eighties.
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At UniCredit today we celebrate the International Day of Education, established by the United Nations General Assembly, with the aim to recognise education as essential to the sustainable development of our society and for our people across the countries in which the bank operates.
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Since 2020 UniCredit has been Pitti Immagine's Main Partner, a leader in promoting the Italian fashion industry and design. This three-year collaboration continues to keep a strong spotlight on the fashion industry by listening and actively participating. An initiative which is highly functional to supporting the fashion sector, with a focus on themes such as innovation, sustainability and internationalisation.
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Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) policies have been a hot topic in recent years, as climate-friendly policies are sought across the globe. Is it possible to dissect ESG and create policies which complement each pillar of this trinity? In our third episode of the new series of Conversations Unlocked, we sat down with Ben Carpenter, CEO of Social Value International and Jo Carss, Head of Group Stakeholder Engagement at UniCredit to discuss the importance of the ‘S’ – or ‘Social’ – in ESG.
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For the 7th year in a row, UniCredit has been named one of the Top Employers in Europe and across several countries in which the bank operates, including Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy, and Serbia. This recognition is a testament to our commitments to creating a better workplace for our people and to our enriched DE&I practices.
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UniCredit organised its first Employee Donation Day a full day dedicated to the donation of more than 6,000 toys for children in need across the different countries in which we operate. This is one of the many concrete actions our bank is carrying out to support communities and the less fortunate, helping to bring joy during the Festive Season.
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UniCredit becomes member of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s international charity Network to support our approach to accelerating the circular economy transition across our countries. This new membership is in line with our Net Zero pledge and purpose of Empowering Communities to Progress as we actively engage to ensure a more sustainable and equitable future for all.
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Have you ever received an e-mail that made you wonder there was something fishy about the content? The message appeared legitimate and from a trusted source, such as a bank, but was it? Phishing is harder to spot than you might think, so in our forth episode of the cyber security campaign we share five simple tips to detect a phishing e-mail.
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UniCredit is proud to be the first Italian bank to sign up to the Finance for Biodiversity Pledge (FfB), as another fundamental step in our Net Zero journey, showing our continued commitment to driving the transition towards a better and a more sustainable future.
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How is culture nurtured? How do financial institutions like UniCredit foster positive culture in the face of an economic crisis? Our second episode of Conversations Unlocked, answers these questions as we talk to Pedro Moneo, CEO and Founder of Opinno and Rebecca Tusa, Chief of Staff to the CEO at UniCredit.
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2023 Financial Calendar
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20 January 2023 PRICE SENSITIVE
  Here below the updated UniCredit's financial calendar for 2023.  
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UniCredit Named Top Employer Europe for 2023
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18 January 2023
  The 2023 Top Employers have been announced and UniCredit has been recognised as a Top Employer in Austria, Bulgaria, Germany, Hungary, Italy and Serbia.   Being certified as a Top Employer showcases an organisation’s dedication to a better world of work and exhibits this through excellent HR policies and people practices.    
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Italian supplies and equipment in 3 new hospitals in Angola with the support of UniCredit, SACE and SIMEST
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13 January 2023
Three hospitals with a total of 400 beds will be built in Cabinda, Luena and Huambo thanks to a UniCredit loan of € 222 million for the Republic of Angola Ministry of Finance, guaranteed by SACE with SIMEST interest rate support.   The initiatives are significant for the Italian economy as well as representing the first projects that will be implemented by Vamed Health Projects Italy, an Italian company active in design, construction, supply of systems and medical equipment for turnkey hospital projects, involving Italian sub-suppliers  for most of the project.   Over the last year, SACE has organized 2 business matching initiatives with Vamed Health Projects Italy, involving approximately 60 Italian businesses and facilitating 35 B2B meetings between the counterparty and producers of medical equipment but also training of staff and commissioning and start-up of the facilities to increase the order’s Italian content.  
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CEE economies prove more resilient than expected
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11 January 2023
  UniCredit economists expect a recovery in the CEE region after a winter of an atypical recession due to falling purchasing power and foreign demand, tighter financial conditions, and lower fiscal spending “A rebound is likely from 2H23 onwards if the eurozone economy recovers as well. In the first half of 2023 there will be a shallow and, hopefully, short recession. Consumers are pessimistic, but in good financial position. Industry orders are resilient and there is a good pipeline for more foreign investment in the region”, commented Dan Bucsa, Chief Economist for Central and Eastern Europe during the workshop “CEE: Weathering economic and geopolitical shocks” at the The Euromoney CEE Forum 2023, held in Vienna, Austria.   “We expect the economies in EU-CEE1 to grow by around 0.5% in 2023 and 3.3% in 2024, slowing from 4.4% in 2022. The Western Balkans might trail the EU-CEE recovery, as it has less access to market and EU funding,” said Dan Bucsa.   The economists forecast inflation to peak in 1Q23 in both EU-CEE and the Western Balkans. Thereafter, fiscal transfers, tight labor-market conditions and higher energy and food prices could keep inflation outside target ranges in 2023-24.   CEE economies more resilient than feared CEE economies have proven more resilient than had been feared at the start of the Russia-Ukraine war. While consumers turned markedly more pessimistic when the conflict began, their spending habits changed only gradually. Expecting higher prices and interest rates, households frontloaded spending and borrowing in 1H22 and many exhausted the precautionary savings they amassed in 2020-21. The exceptions are clustered in countries where energy prices rose at a slower pace owing to administrative caps and/or where wage growth tracked inflation (Croatia, Czechia, Hungary, Serbia, Slovenia). Despite the economic slowdown in Europe, orders and economic activity remained resilient in 4Q22, while vacancies fell little from all-time highs in sectors with high employment, such as electronics, machinery and automotive. Companies in construction and services from retail to IT reported labor shortages, despite expectations that business would slow over the winter.   For the full version of Q1 2023 CEE Quarterly “Weathering geopolitical and economic shocks”: Document     Vienna, January 11, 2023     Contacts: Media Relations: e-mail: MediaRelations@unicredit.eu Investor Relations: e-mail: InvestorRelations@unicredit.eu     1 (BG, CZ, HR, HU, PL, RO, SK, SI)  
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UniCredit successfully issues Senior Preferred Notes for EUR 1 billion
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10 January 2023 PRICE SENSITIVE
  Today, UniCredit S.p.A. (issuer rating Baa1/BBB/BBB) has successfully issued a fix-to-floater Senior Preferred Bond for EUR 1 billion with 6 years maturity and a call after year 5, targeted to institutional investors.   The issuance follows a book building process that gathered strong demand of more than EUR 2.85bn from more than 200 institutional investors globally. The initial guidance of 220bps over the 5-year mid swap rate has been consequently revised downwards and set at 190bps, resulting in a fixed coupon of 4.80% paid annually, with an issue/re-offer price of 99.813%.   The bond will have a one-time issuer call at year 5, as to maximize regulatory efficiency. Should the issuer not call the bond after 5 years, the coupons for the subsequent periods until maturity will reset to a floating rate equal to 3-months Euribor plus the initial spread of 190 bps.   The final allocation has been mainly in favor of funds (62%), banks & private banks (16%), insurances 12%, official institutions & central banks 6%, with the following geographical distribution: Italy 26%, France 25%, UK 15%, Germany/Austria 13%, Benelux 7%, Nordics 7% and Iberia 5%.   The amount issued is part of the 2023 Funding Plan and confirms once again UniCredit’s ability to access the market in different formats.   UniCredit Bank AG acted as Sole Book Runner and Lead Manager. BNP, Mediobanca, Natwest and Santander acted as Joint Lead Managers (no books).   The bond, documented under the issuer’s Euro Medium Term Notes Program, will rank pari passu with the outstanding Senior Preferred debt. The expected ratings are as follows: Baa1 (Moody’s)/ BBB (S&P)/ BBB (Fitch).   Listing will be on the Luxembourg Stock Exchange.   Milan, 10 January 2023       Contacts:  Media Relations e-mail: MediaRelations@unicredit.eu Investor Relations e-mail: InvestorRelations@unicredit.eu  
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