At the Investor Day in London Mossa raises the growth estimates after presenting the recipe for facing the regulatory changes of MiFID.
Banca Generali is once again ready at the starting gates for the industry sprint with MiFID II.
The company headed by Mossa appeared in London before the international financial community, responding point by point to the banks dynamics in the face of the regulatory changes.
And despite the concerns that have gripped the industry about the major changes to the models of transparency, attention to service and top quality for clients, reporting and cost focus, Banca Generali has shown great confidence about the opportunity to accelerate its growth. Total assets are estimated to rise from 52 billion in Q2 (50.1 billion at the end of March) to 70 billion at the end of the next three-year period (2021).
The focus on the central role of advisory, the quality of customer service and digital evolution has demonstrated the effectiveness of a distinctive business model characterising Banca Generali as the first private bank listed on the Milan Stock Exchange.
Hopes on our three testimonials: Federica Brignone, Alex Vinatzer and Guglielmo Bosca.
Our Deputy General Manager Andrea Ragaini in the panel dedicated to new financial instruments for economic management.
Banca Generali is among the 40 companies included in Borsa Italiana's new ESG index.