UniCredit is a leading European commercial bank with an international network spanning 17 European countries and 50 markets, with 7,934 branches and more than 144,000 employees. UniCredit benefits from a strong European identity, extensive international presence and broad customer base. Its strategic position in Western and Central Eastern Europe (CEE) gives the Group one of the region’s highest market shares. In recent years, UniCredit has consolidated its position in Austria, Germany and Italy. In these three countries, which collectively represent one of the continent's wealthiest transnational regions, the Group has strengthened its presence both through organic growth and strategic acquisitions.
Company Growth (employees)
Milano, IT
Size (employees)
117,659 (est)-7%
UniCredit is headquartered in Milano, IT

UniCredit Office Locations

UniCredit has an office in Milano
Milano, IT (HQ)
Piazza Gae Aulenti

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Market capitalization (24-Jul-2017)

10.2 b

Closing share price (24-Jul-2017)

UniCredit's current market capitalization is €10.2 b.
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Source: 15 public H-1B filings from UniCredit

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UniCredit News and Updates

UniCredit just confirmed it is billions of euros in the red for 2016

UniCredit confirmed today it racked up losses worth billions of euros during a difficult 2016. The figures Italy's largest bank reported a net loss of €11.8bn (£10bn) for its 2016 full year, a significant drop from the €1.7bn net profit it reported for 2015. Meanwhile, losses in the fourth qua…

Unicredit kicks off Italy's biggest rights issue

Unicredit shares are currently trading down more than five per cent after Italy's biggest bank kicked off its bumper €13bn (£11.2bn) rights issue this morning.  The rights issue, which is the country's largest ever, forms part of a wider turnaround plan announced by Unicredit's relatively new chi…

Unicredit to breach capital ratios: €13bn fundraise in doubt?

Plans for Italy's biggest lender to right-size its balance sheet have been dealt a blow after it revealed it will not meet the capital ratios set by the European Central Bank (ECB). Unicredit is preparing to launch a €13bn (£11bn) rights issue as part of a wider business restructuring that includ…

Unicredit shareholders approve Italy's largest ever rights issue

Shareholders at Unicredit have today given the thumbs up to the bank's €13bn rights issue. Italy's largest bank announced the country's largest ever rights issue last month in a bid to rebalance its finances as part of its ongoing turnaround plan, with the shares set to be issued by June. The …
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