Intesa Sanpaolo has been named "Bank of the Year in Italy" by The Banker for the third consecutive year.
According to The Banker, Intesa Sanpaolo stood out for:
- its role in supporting Italy’s National Recovery and Resilience Plan, providing more than €400 billion in new lending to the real economy, including €270 billion for businesses and €145 billion for households
- in this context, the bank is providing around €150 billion for households, communities and inclusion; €75 billion for the circular economy and green transition; and €60 billion for infrastructure, transportation and urban regeneration
- a renewed commitment to being a world-leading social impact bank, providing contributions of €500 million to support people in need and a project to provide 8,000 social housing units for young people and seniors, one of Italy’s largest social housing programs, as detailed in the Group’s 2022-2025 Business Plan.
The Banker's "Bank of the Year" award recognizes the world’s leading institutions and its rigorous and analytical selection process stands out for independence, authority and integrity.