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Additional credit for SMEs through a new EIB guaranteed securitisation

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Intesa Sanpaolo, in collaboration with the EIB Group, has launched a new synthetic securitisation of a portfolio of loans amounting to approximately €2 billions.

The initiative is intended for investments by businesses involved in the production chains and to support investments in digitalization and sustainability, in order to support the relaunch of the country's productive economy.

With this operation, the Bank continues with its efforts to support businesses affected by the emergency caused by the COVID-19.

To ensure the development of the country's production system, Intesa Sanpaolo supports production chains and supply chain suppliers thanks to an innovative approach in assessing creditworthiness and therefore in accessing credit through its Supply Chain Development Program

To ensure the development of the country's production system, Intesa Sanpaolo supports production chains and supply chain suppliers through its innovative approach to assessing creditworthiness and therefore access to credit through its Sviluppo Filiere Programme, which was conceived at the end of 2017 and recently renewed.

Regarding sustainability, the Bank recently launched a new medium/long-term financing instrument called s-Loan. This new instrument was specifically designed to support companies' efforts to achieve greater environmental, social and corporate governance sustainability, enhancing dedicated investments by identifying shared ESG performance indicators.

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