Italy’s Banca Generali unveils Bologna office
Italy’s asset manager Banca Generali has launched a new office in Bologna, Northern Italy, where it has implemented new technology solutions to offer to its clients advanced financial planning tools.
The new office will be on three floors and 1500 square metres, and employ 34 financial advisers of Banca Generali and Banca Generali Private Banking networks.
Piermario Motta, chief executive at the bank (the first to the right in the picture), said the new office will support local advisers in providing complex financial services to local clients.
The office launch is part of Banca Generali’s strategy to move its local offices in central areas, as well as investments recently unveiled by the management to upgrade the technology used by the banks’s financial advisers.
Banca Generali has 43 branches and 135 financial advisory centres, with about 1500 financial advisers and €24.6bn assets under management.