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

UniCredit Financials and Metrics

UniCredit Financials


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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UniCredit Market Value History

UniCredit Median Salaries

Source: 15 public H-1B filings from UniCredit

UniCredit's Web-traffic and Trends

UniCredit Online and Social Media Presence

UniCredit News and Updates

The supply chain conundrum: Why large businesses fear data breaches from SME suppliers

Securing the supply chain will be the biggest challenge for businesses in the coming years.

Reflections following the UniCredit Data Breach

Cyber threats have grown in both scope and severity and organisations must prepare for them accordingly.

Global shares stumble, oil steadies after flying start to second half

LONDON (Reuters) - World shares pulled back and bonds and gold regained favor on Tuesday as a long-range ballistic missile test by North Korea and July 4 holidays for U.S. markets dampened risk appetite.

UniCredit CEO confident Italian banks will help rescue Veneto lenders

MILAN (Reuters) - The chief executive of UniCredit , Italy's biggest bank by assets, said on Sunday he was confident a solution for the country's two ailing Veneto-based lenders would be found with the help of other domestic banks.

UPDATE 2-Italy's banks in talks with Rome over rescuing Veneto lenders -sources

* Lack of private investors hinders Italian rescue (Recasts with comments)

Europe steady as UK election, ECB grab attention

LONDON (Reuters) - European stocks inched higher and the euro and the pound barely budged, as markets readied for a triple-dose of excitement - an ECB meeting, a British election and testimony by the ex-FBI chief fired by Donald Trump last month.

UniCredit Company Life and Culture

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