For 54 Ubi branches in Bergamo, the switch to Intesa Sanpaolo arrives

A thousand branches in Italy will change their logo from Monday 12 April, 54 in the province of Bergamo. At the same time, Intesa will sell 31 of its branches to Bper Banca (in addition to the 587 of Ubi already passed to the Emilian group) as requested at the time by the Antitrust to give the ok to Opas. In Bergamo, excluding the branch in via Camozzi, at Bper the change will concern the remaining five branches in the city and the Ca ‘de Sass branch in Gorle.

An operation that will redesign the credit map also in the province of Bergamo. Intesa Sanpaolo will in fact become the first bank in terms of number of branches, 117. Followed by Banco Bpm (92) and Bper Banca which, thanks to the acquisition of the branches of the former cooperative, has become the third largest credit operator in the province. About 14,500 bankers throughout Italy that will be in charge of the group led by Carlo Messina from Monday. A transition that 5,107 colleagues “hired” by Bper, 795 in Bergamo, experienced in February

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