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Mediobanca

Mediobanca is a Milan-based company founded by Enrico Cuccia.

Mediobanca is an Italian investment bank founded in 1946 at the initiative of Raffaele Mattioli (at that time CEO of Banca Commerciale Italiana, the largest commercial bank in Italy which promoted its incorporation together with Credito Italiano) and Enrico Cuccia to facilitate the post-World War II reconstruction of Italian industry. Cuccia led Mediobanca from 1946 to 1982. Today, it is an international banking group with offices in Milan, Frankfurt, London, Madrid, Luxembourg, New York and Paris.

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Reuters Editorial
January 29, 2020
U.S.
Second-tier banks in Italy, Spain and possibly Germany are likely to consider mergers this year in a bid to boost returns which are insufficient to cover their cost of equity, the chief executive of investment bank Mediobanca said.
Maria Pia Quaglia
January 28, 2020
IN
Italian asset manager Banca Mediolanum said on Tuesday its 3.3% stake in Mediobanca was no longer strategic, given the uncertainty over the bank's future governance after billionaire Leonardo Del Vecchio became its top investor.
November 14, 2019
The Economist
And preventing its proper rejuvenation
Reuters Editorial
November 13, 2019
U.S.
Billionaire investor Leonardo Del Vecchio, Mediobanca's biggest shareholder, said on Wednesday he aimed to create a stable ownership base for the Italian investment bank and Generali, the insurance giant it effectively controls through a 13% stake.
Silvia Aloisi
November 12, 2019
U.S.
One comes from a wealthy family, attended Milan's best schools and has spent all his career engineering mergers at Mediobanca , Italy's most influential investment bank.
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