(ANSA) – ROME, AUGUST 04 – In the first six months of 2022 Atlantia, benefiting from the recovery of motorway and airport traffic, increased its revenues by 18% (3.3 billion euros) and the gross operating margin (EBITDA) of the 22% (2.1 billion). The net financial debt is equal to 21.2 billion euros (-8.8 billion euros compared to the end of 2021), and includes the consideration for the sale of ASPI of 8.2 billion euros. Consolidated net profit rose to 6.1 billion. This is what is stated in the half-yearly financial report approved by the Board of Directors today.
The Board of Directors of Atlantia then “took note of the will of Carlo Bertazzo, CEO and GM of Atlantia, expressed in the framework of a consensual agreement, not to lead the Company any more after the planned delisting of the share from the Italian Stock Exchange”. Bertazzo will remain in office until December 31, 2022.
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