The merger between Intesa Sanpaolo Bank and CR Firenze was successfully completedPublish date: 02-10-2012
Intesa Sanpaolo Group merged its banking subsidiaries in Romania. Intesa Sanpaolo Romania will be the surviving entity taking over by absorption all assets of CR Firenze Romania.
Following the merger, the first one in the local market in the past 5 years, Intesa Sanpaolo Bank will operate through a network of 90 branches with approximately 1.000 employees and total assets of more than 5 billion RON.
"Intesa Sanpaolo has become one of the leading financial groups in the world as a result of successive mergers. Our Group is among the top players in many markets in Central and Eastern Europe and Romania remains one of the markets with significant growth potential for our bank. We will continue to find the best financial solutions for our clients' projects in this Country", said Ezio Salvai, CEO of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania.
Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania acts as universal bank offering a wide range of products and services tailored to retail, SME and corporate customer needs, leveraging also on the international network of Intesa Sanpaolo Group. For further information and support the customers can also refer to the website www.intesasanpaolobank.ro any unit of the branch network of Intesa Sanpaolo Bank or the Call Center 0800.800.888, available around the clock.
Intesa Sanpaolo is among the top banking groups in the euro zone and aims at becoming the benchmark for value creation in the European banking system. It is the leader in Italy in all business areas (retail, corporate and wealth management). Intesa Sanpaolo has a selected presence in Central Eastern Europe and Middle Eastern and North African areas with over 1,500 branches and 8.3 million customers belonging to the Group's subsidiaries operating in retail and commercial banking in 12 countries.
Moreover, an international network of specialists in support of corporate customers spreads across 29 countries, in particular in the Middle East and North Africa and in those areas where Italian companies are most active, such as the United States, Russia, China and India.
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