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In seguito ad offerta singola ricevuta da Fondazione Monte di Parma, Fondazione di Piacenza e Vigevano, Sella Holding Banca S.p.A. e InChiaro Assicurazioni S.p.A., Il CdA di Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena nella seduta odierna ha dato mandato al Presidente ed al Direttore Generale di avviare le trattative in esclusiva con i menzionati soggetti per la cessione della partecipazione detenuta in Banca Monte Parma (49,27%), con l'obiettivo di finalizzare la negoziazione nei tempi strettamente necessari.
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