Gros-Pietro, from Intesa investments and art for Southern growth

(ANSA) – NAPLES, MAY 20 – “Intesa Sanpaolo starts from the investments that make it the largest bank in the South, both for account holders’ deposits and for loans on the market”. This was stated by Gian Maria Gros-Pietro, president of Intesa Sanpaolo, in Naples for the inauguration of the Gallerie d’Italia at the headquarters in via Toledo.

“We collect – explains Gros – 17.5% of deposits from the South but when it comes to loans, the market share is 23% and with investments for businesses and public administrations, Intesa brings financial resources to the South to make it grow” .

A growth that with the new headquarters of the Gallerie d’Italia in Naples is also manifested in art exhibitions: “Culture – says Gros-Pietro – is one of the elements of growth and becomes even more important in Italy, which has the most great cultural heritage in the world. We invest because we know that there is an economic return not only social. This is why we believe in the opening of this new exhibition space, which has tripled the space of the museum that we already had in Naples and brought objects here as important as the Attic vases that come from Puglia and were in Vicenza. Then there are the temporary exhibitions that rotate the objects in collaboration with other international museums, a change that will take place every year and will attract visitors “. (HANDLE).

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