Intesa Sanpaolo and Unicredit run to the rescue of the Marche region: here are the measures adopted and the sums allocated to intervene on the bad weather emergency
The first aid from banks arrives for families and businesses in the affected Marche Region from the flood and the damage that recent storms have caused to private homes and businesses. From Intesa Sanpaolo a 200 million euro ceiling “to immediately offer financial support” to support communities affected by the disaster and the possibility of requesting the suspension for 12 months of the principal amount of the installments of existing loans for families and businesses residing in the affected areas from bad weather “. While among the initiatives prepared by Unicredit a 12-month moratorium on the installments of mortgage and unsecured loans and a loan with a subsidized rate for private customers residing in the municipalities of the Marche who have suffered damage due to the flood and the “New business credit package”, with a line of financing unsecured / mortgage on favorable terms, in favor of corporate customers with registered / operational headquarters in the municipalities affected by the event.
“We are close to the people of the area affected by this calamity and we are now implementing any instrument of financial support, liquidity and suspension of payments for those who are in serious difficulty at this moment – he commented. Alessandra Florio, regional director of Emilia-Romagna and Marche -. We wish to express our closeness to the territories in which we operate, in particular today in the Marche region, to which a historical presence of the Intesa Sanpaolo group binds us ”.
“Confirming the proximity to the territories in which it operates – he said Andrea Burchi, regional manager Centro Nord Unicredit – our Group promptly took action to support all the realities of the Marche area that are suffering damage due to bad weather. In fact, we immediately made available a package of extraordinary interventions: a first and rapid response to help businesses and families to deal with this emergency situation ”..
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