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|今日波幅||9.89 - 9.94|
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|Beta 值 (5 年，每月)||1.68|
|市盈率 (最近 12 個月)||4.61|
|每股盈利 (最近 12 個月)||2.15|
Rising interest rates have set back European bank mergers and acquisitions by at least two years, dealmakers warn, as a punitive feature of accounting rules means a long-awaited consolidation in the sector faces even higher hurdles. Many had also hoped UBS’s state-sponsored rescue of Credit Suisse could spark similar deals between other national champions. “Accounting rules and their impact on capital are a big hindrance for M&A at the moment,” said Dirk Lievens, head of the European financial institutions group at Goldman Sachs.
UniCredit CEO Andrea Orcel has taken direct responsibility for running the Italian bank's domestic business after the board decided to remove the country's head Niccolo Ubertalli, an internal document showed. Ubertalli's replacement as head of Italy, effective immediately, follows the exit of other long-standing senior executives at the country's No.2 lender where Orcel, UBS' former head of investment banking, took over as CEO in April 2021. UniCredit's Chief Operating Officer Ranieri de Marchis quit in May, followed last month by Andrea Maffezzoni, UniCredit's head of performance management and former M&A chief.
MILAN (Reuters) -Giving up for free the Russian arm of UniCredit would be morally wrong, the Italian bank's chief executive said on Tuesday. UniCredit runs Russia's 14th largest bank and has been studying alternatives including an exit since Russia invaded Ukraine in February. "Writing it off and gifting it is not consistent with sanctions and is, in our opinion, not morally correct," CEO Andrea Orcel told a conference on financial education for students.
Monte dei Paschi di Siena has named veteran UniCredit executive Andrea Maffezzoni as its new chief financial officer as it prepares to present a new strategic plan next week, the state-controlled bank said on Tuesday. Maffezzoni joins another former UniCredit senior manager, Luigi Lovaglio, who in February took the helm at the Tuscan lender after the Italian Treasury, the top shareholder in MPS with a 64% stake, pushed out his predecessor. After the Treasury failed to clinch a sale to UniCredit last year, Lovaglio is finalising a new strategic plan that MPS will unveil on June 23.
UniCredit is well placed to withstand volatility in Italian government bonds, the group's finance chief said on Wednesday, dismissing concerns about the impact of a recent widening in spreads with German debt. The premium Italian bonds pay over safer German Bunds hit a two-year high this month, at more than 2 percentage points, as the European Central Bank (ECB) moves to tighten its ultra-loose policy, which has been a particular boost for indebted southern European countries. As large holders of domestic government debt, Italian banks are exposed to falling bond prices, which can deplete their capital buffers.
Sales of green sovereign bonds are gathering momentum after being disrupted by the Ukraine war, with 12 billion euros ($12.8 billion) worth of debt raised in just the past two weeks and more deals lined up for the coming months. Market turmoil caused by Russia's Feb. 24 invasion of its neighbour hit sales of new debt, including green bonds, whose proceeds are earmarked for environmentally beneficial projects. As a result, sales of sovereign green bonds are so far some 6 billion euros below year-ago levels, according to Unicredit data.
Italian bank UniCredit has widened its search for a buyer for its Russian business beyond local investors, as it steps up efforts to leave the country, two people with knowledge of the matter said. UniCredit held talks with local bidders, but escalating Western sanctions have hampered those efforts, prompting an extension of the search to include countries such as China and India where one of the sources said buyers could be open to a bargain. Shares in UniCredit rose more than 2% in early trade on Monday, outperforming the sector.