Intesa Sanpaolo makes all 65,000 employees shareholders

Italy's second-biggest bank holds 'constructive union meetings'

(ANSA) - Turin, May 6 - Italy's second-biggest bank Intesa Sanpaolo reached a deal with labor unions on Tuesday that will make all of its 65,000 employees shareholders.
    On average, shares are worth the equivalent of 920 euros. Mauro Bossolo, adjunct secretary general of Intesa, said he was satisfied with the deal after a "constructive meeting" with labor leaders. Intesa is No.2 to Unicredit in terms of market capital.
   

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