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UniCredit: update on the execution of the share buy-back programme during the period from 1 July 2024 to 5 July 2024

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09 July 2024 PRICE SENSITIVE
  Within the UniCredit S.p.A. (the “Company” or “UniCredit”) share buy-back programme communicated to the market on 21 June 2024 and initiated on 24 June 2024, as per the authorisation granted by the Shareholders’ Meeting of the Company held on 12 April 2024 (the “Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023”) – on the basis of the information received from BofA Securities Europe SA as intermediary in charge of executing, in full independence (so-called “riskless principal” or “matched principal”), the Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023 – 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 1 July 2024 to 5 July 2024.   Summary of purchase transactions from 1 July 2024 to 5 July 2024 Date Type of transaction Aggregated volume Weighted average price (Euro) Trading venue 1 July 2024 Purchase 971,920 35.8826 MTA 2 July 2024 Purchase 1,063,264 35.7660 MTA 3 July 2024 Purchase 917,270 36.4010 MTA 4 July 2024 Purchase 769,767 36.9426 MTA 5 July 2024 Purchase 835,790 37.0797 MTA   Total 4,558,011 36.3582     The details of all the purchase transactions carried out in the period indicated above are available in Excel format at www.unicreditgroup.eu (“Press & Media” / “Press releases”).   As of 5 June 2024, since the launch of the Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023, UniCredit purchased no. 11,132,265 shares, equal to 0.68% of the share capital for a total consideration of Euro 394,954,142.71 (equal to 26.33% of the total amount of the Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023).   
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European youth elevate their communities through entrepreneurship

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05 July 2024
  Team Devecol from Slovakia wins Re-Power Your Future Award by UniCredit Foundation at Gen-E 2024 in Catania, Sicily     Twelve students from a secondary technical school in Bratislava, Slovakia, have been honored with the UniCredit Foundation Re-Power Your Future Award for their impactful business project. Their junior company, Devecol, has successfully developed a smart and interactive application that mobilizes communities to collect waste from nature. This innovative solution fosters collaboration among young people, civil society, and institutions, showcasing the students' exceptional ability to engage multi-stakeholders around a shared mission.   UniCredit Foundation Re-Power Your Future Award recognises the best JA business that either developed solutions aspiring to support social mobility of the next generation of youth or to elevate the communities they target through social engagement.   The Award is part of a three-year "Re-power your future" initiative by JA Europe and UniCredit Foundation, where participating youth are involved in a real entrepreneurial experience and gain the necessary skills, competences and knowledge to be successfully employed in the future and to give a pass for further opportunities. The initiative involves a strong commitment to the community with UniCredit bank representatives: skills-based volunteering, mentoring, role modeling, support for organizing local events, and connections with other similar initiatives.   Silvia Cappellini, UniCredit Foundation General Manager said: “We are happy and honored to participate in the Gen-E festival as european partner. In July 2023, the UniCredit Foundation joined forces with Junior Achievement Europe to launch "Re-power Your Future," a concrete initiative aimed at combating early school leaving, involving 10 countries within the UniCredit perimeter in a three-year program. These days we celebrate the results of European students and their innovative entrepreneurial ideas. UniCredit Foundation is proud to announce the winners of the Re-power Your Future Award, for their ability to engage the entire community around a cause for the common good. Seeing these projects become reality represents for us a great injection of confidence in the future.”   Salvatore Nigro, CEO JA Europe added: “There is a clear connection between providing more entrepreneurial learning experiences and combating school drop-out. JA programmes have the ability to stimulate self-esteem of young people, instill the desire to actively take control of their lives, learning how to develop the skills to do so in practice. How? By inspiring all youth with the entrepreneurial example of others, and by teaching them a broad range of relevant soft and hard skills to succeed in the global economy.”   The first year of Re-Power Your Future initiative saw a number of inspirational activities helping to reduce school drop-out by measurable results to increase motivation, engagement and opportunities at schools where the risk of drop-out is highest. In our experience, re-engaging students is key and the collaboration between UniCredit Foundation and JA Europe has been instrumental in improving outcomes, preventing drop-outs from school, and inspiring youth to pursue careers they are passionate about.    Catania, 5 July 2024   Contact: Media Relations e-mail: mediarelations@unicredit.eu    
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UniCredit launches ‘Skills for Transition’ programme

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03 July 2024
  Initiative reaffirms bank’s strong support for the green transition and commitment to tertiary education as a means to drive social progress   UniCredit has today announced the launch of Skills for Transition, a social programme that delivers strategic training to young people and companies expected to be impacted by the green transition, helping them to develop the skills they need to meet the demands of a changing environment whilst generating a measurable social impact.   The initiative, entirely funded by the bank, sits firmly in line with UniCredit’s strong commitment to promoting a just and fair transition, as well as its consistent support for education – a key driver for Europe's future. Together, these form part of the bank’s stated purpose of empowering its communities to progress and underpin many of its ESG commitments.   The Skills for Transition programme, which spans six UniCredit Group countries (Italy, Germany, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Slovakia and Romania), is split into two streams, aimed at two different audiences: one for students and one for workers at UniCredit’s corporate clients, helping both parties to play an active role in a just and fair transition.   The student stream, developed by POLIMI Graduate School of Management, offers selected students the chance to take part in two educational paths, a Master's programme for recent graduates and a four-month bootcamp for both current students and graduates. Both are aimed at increasing knowledge and awareness around the green transition and the Net Zero framework, helping them to acquire skills that will boost their future employment prospects.   The course will also involve working with some of the companies most exposed to the green transition, with students addressing specific business-related challenges and gaining hands-on experience, thereby putting their newfound skills into practice.   The worker stream, developed in partnership with Accenture, provides training for the workforce of UniCredit’s corporate clients, offering specific learning paths to address key skill gaps. The training courses will be delivered starting from the last quarter of the year, via a digital platform in workers’ local languages.   “We see tertiary education as one of the key levers in helping our clients and communities to progress towards a more sustainable, inclusive, and equitable society,” said Fiona Melrose, Head of Group Strategy & ESG at UniCredit. “With this in mind, we are proud to be sponsoring the Skills for Transition programme, which aims not only to boost employment and improve social mobility, but also to do so in a way that equips companies to address some of the biggest challenges they face today.”   "We are proud to collaborate with UniCredit on the 'Skills for Transition' programme, which perfectly aligns with the purpose of POLIMI Graduate School of Management: to nurture innovators to shape a better future for all. This initiative embodies our strategy of educating and inspiring a broad audience in the area of Purpose and Innovation for Sustainability, equipping young talents and professionals with the necessary skills to drive impactful change in the green transition", said Federico Frattini, Dean of POLIMI Graduate School of Management and Scientific Director of the programme.   More information on the Skills for Transition programme, including details on how to apply, as well as the different course structures, can be found here.     Milan, 3 July 2024   For further information, please contact: mediarelations@unicredit.eu  
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UniCredit: update on the execution of the share buy-back programme during the period from 24 June 2024 to 28 June 2024

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02 July 2024 PRICE SENSITIVE
  Within the UniCredit S.p.A. (the “Company” or “UniCredit”) share buy-back programme communicated to the market on 21 June 2024 and initiated on 24 June 2024, as per the authorisation granted by the Shareholders’ Meeting of the Company held on 12 April 2024 (the “Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023”) – on the basis of the information received from BofA Securities Europe SA as intermediary in charge of executing, in full independence (so-called “riskless principal” or “matched principal”), the Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023 – 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 24 June 2024 to 28 June 2024.   Summary of purchase transactions from 24 June 2024 to 28 June 2024 Date Type of transaction Aggregated volume Weighted average price (Euro) Trading venue 24 June 2024 Purchase 1,258,229 35.0733 MTA 25 June 2024 Purchase 1,273,667 35.0832 MTA 26 June 2024 Purchase 1,301,182 34.9503 MTA 27 June 2024 Purchase 1,347,391 34.7376 MTA 28 June 2024 Purchase 1,393,785 34.5365 MTA   Total 6,574,254 34.8683     The details of all the purchase transactions carried out in the period indicated above are available in Excel format at www.unicreditgroup.eu (“Press & Media” / “Press releases”).   As of 28 June 2024, since the launch of the Third Tranche of the Buy-Back Programme 2023, UniCredit purchased no. 6,574,254 shares, equal to 0.40% of the share capital for a total consideration of Euro 229,232,843.79.   
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Application to General Court of European Union for Clarification

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01 July 2024
  UniCredit S.p.A (“UniCredit” or “UCI”) informs that it has made an application to the General Court of European Union (“GCEU”) to obtain definitive legal clarification of the obligations set by the European Central Bank’s (“ECB”) requirements to further reduce the risks associated with UniCredit’s activities in Russia, carried out by subsidiaries including UniCredit Bank Russia (“AO Bank”).    Since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February 2022, UniCredit has adopted a series of strategies to reduce its Russian presence resulting in a reduction of its cross-border exposure by 91% and its domestic exposure by 65% to date with further substantial reductions to be implanted based on the commitments with UniCredit’s action plan.   These facts prove that UniCredit is fully aligned with ECB on the importance of reducing its presence in Russia, while it has concerns about the terms upon which this reduction has to take place as provided for in the decision issued by ECB, that goes beyond the current legal framework. In this respect, UniCredit has been in constructive discussion with the ECB. However, the unprecedented circumstances, the complexities inherent in the geo-political and economic scenario and the lack of a harmonized regulatory framework applicable to it and the potential for serious unintended consequences of implementing the decision that would impact not only the Russian subsidiaries but UniCredit S.p.A., compel the Board of Directors of UniCredit to seek for clarity and certainty of the duties and of the actions to be undertaken. To this purpose, it has filed the application to the General Court of European Union to get clarity about the obligations that UniCredit shall abide by. This application has been made in the full knowledge of the ECB.     The application may take several months to conclude but is the appropriate next step to ensure legal certainty both for UniCredit and the ECB. While this application is being heard, UniCredit has requested an interim suspension of the Decision pending the proceeding. A ruling on that suspension can be expected in the coming months.    In the interim UniCredit will continue to act on its commitment to significantly reduce its presence in Russia, whilst respecting fully the legal, regulatory and sanction framework. UniCredit remains committed to maintaining an active and open engagement with the ECB on the matter.      Milan, 1 July 2024       Contacts Media Relations e mail: mediarelations@unicredit.eu Investor Relations e mail: InvestorRelations@unicredit.eu      
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