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INTESA SANPAOLO:

CONSOLIDATED RESULTS AS AT 30 JUNE 2021

THE RESULTS FOR H1 2021 CONFIRM INTESA SANPAOLO’S ABILITY TO EFFECTIVELY FACE THE CHALLENGING AFTERMATH OF THE COVID-19 EPIDEMIC AND ARE FULLY ON TRACK TO DELIVER A FULL-YEAR NET INCOME OF MINIMUM €4 BILLION.

THE RESULTS FOR H1 2021 REFLECT INTESA SANPAOLO’S SUSTAINABLE PROFITABILITY DERIVING FROM A SOLID CAPITAL BASE AND LIQUIDITY POSITION, A RESILIENT AND WELL-DIVERSIFIED BUSINESS MODEL, STRATEGIC FLEXIBILITY IN MANAGING OPERATING COSTS AND ASSET QUALITY. THESE FEATURES HAVE MADE IT POSSIBLE TO EFFECTIVELY MITIGATE THE IMPACT OF THE ADVERSE SCENARIO OF THE 2021 EBA/ECB STRESS TEST AND ARE REFLECTED IN A LOW RISK PROFILE BOLSTERING THE SUPPORT PROVIDED TO ITALY BY THE GROUP, WHICH IS ALSO COMMITTED TO BECOMING A REFERENCE MODEL IN TERMS OF SUSTAINABILITY AND SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RESPONSIBILITY.

VALUE GENERATION FOR ALL STAKEHOLDERS WILL BE ACCRETED BY SYNERGIES ESTIMATED AT OVER €1 BILLION DERIVING FROM THE MERGER OF UBI BANCA, SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED WITH NO SOCIAL COSTS, AND BY OVER €6 BILLION IN 2020 AND OVER €300 MILLION IN H1 2021, BOTH OUT OF PRE-TAX PROFIT, DEVOTED BY THE GROUP TO FURTHER STRENGTHENING THE SUSTAINABILITY OF RESULTS.

INTESA SANPAOLO’S INITIATIVES TO FACE THE COVID-19 IMPACTS:

- PROVIDING SAFE CONDITIONS FOR THE GROUP PEOPLE AND CUSTOMERS;

- SUPPORTING HEALTHCARE INITIATIVES WITH MORE THAN €100 MILLION DONATED;

- PROVIDING €150 MILLION FROM THE FUND FOR IMPACT (EQUAL TO 50%) TO REDUCE SOCIO-ECONOMIC DISTRESS;

- FIRST BANK IN ITALY TO SUSPEND MORTGAGE AND LOAN INSTALMENTS EVEN BEFORE THE SPECIFIC REGULATION CAME INTO FORCE (SUSPENSIONS OF PAYMENTS FOR €109 BILLION APPROVED TO DATE), AND TO SIGN THE COLLABORATION PROTOCOL WITH SACE, THUS PROVIDING IMMEDIATE SUPPORT TO ENTERPRISES UNDER THE LIQUIDITY DECREE (€39.5 BILLION INCLUDING THE SME FUND GRANTED TO DATE);

- UP TO €50 BILLION IN NEW LOANS MADE AVAILABLE TO ENTERPRISES AND PROFESSIONALS TO PROTECT JOBS AND MANAGE PAYMENTS DURING THE EMERGENCY.

THE TRENDS OF THE NEW ENVIRONMENT FIND INTESA SANPAOLO FULLY EQUIPPED, THANKS TO THE GROUP’S COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES:

- LEADERSHIP IN WEALTH MANAGEMENT & PROTECTION AND STRONGER POSITIONING IN THE HEALTH INSURANCE SECTOR THROUGH RBM;

- EFFECTIVE PROACTIVE CREDIT MANAGEMENT (PULSE) AND GROUP’S STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS WITH LEADING NPL INDUSTRIAL PLAYERS;

- STRONG DIGITAL PROPOSITION, WITH AROUND 12.1 MILLION MULTICHANNEL CUSTOMERS AND AROUND 7.5 MILLION CUSTOMERS USING THE INTESA SANPAOLO APP, AND STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP WITH NEXI AS REGARDS PAYMENT SYSTEMS;

- AROUND 79,000 GROUP PEOPLE IN SMART WORKING AND OPTIMISATION OF THE DISTRIBUTION MODEL WITH BRANCH RATIONALISATION, THE BANCA 5 - SISALPAY STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP (MOONEY), AND MOST CUSTOMERS WHO WILL BE SERVED THROUGH ALTERNATIVE CHANNELS;

- LEADERSHIP IN INCLUSION IN SUSTAINABILITY INDICES AND ESG INTERNATIONAL ASSESSMENTS.

THE CAPITAL POSITION WAS SOLID AND WELL ABOVE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS EVEN UNDER THE 2021 EBA/ECB STRESS TEST ADVERSE SCENARIO: PRO-FORMA FULLY LOADED COMMON EQUITY TIER 1 RATIO WAS 15.7% DEDUCTING €2,116 MILLION OF DIVIDENDS ACCRUED IN H1 2021 FROM CAPITAL.

NET INCOME AT €3,023 MILLION, UP BY 17.8% ON H1 2020.

OPERATING MARGIN UP 5.9% ON H1 2020.

CREDIT QUALITY IMPROVED. GROSS NPLs WERE REDUCED BY 7.6% ON YEAR-END 2020 AND BY AROUND €33 BILLION SINCE THE END OF 2017 EXCEEDING BY AROUND €7 BILLION THE €26 BILLION DELEVERAGING TARGET SET FOR THE ENTIRE FOUR-YEAR PERIOD OF THE 2018-2021 BUSINESS PLAN. NPL RATIO WAS 4.1% GROSS AND 2.1% NET. ANNUALISED COST OF RISK IN H1 2021 DECREASED TO 43 BASIS POINTS.

INTESA SANPAOLO CONTINUES TO OPERATE AS A GROWTH ACCELERATOR IN THE REAL ECONOMY IN ITALY. IN H1 2021, MEDIUM/LONG-TERM NEW LENDING GRANTED BY THE GROUP TO ITALIAN HOUSEHOLDS AND BUSINESSES AMOUNTED TO AROUND €37 BILLION. IN H1 2021, THE GROUP FACILITATED THE RETURN TO PERFORMING STATUS OF AROUND 5,000 COMPANIES, THUS SAFEGUARDING AROUND 25,000 JOBS. THIS BROUGHT THE TOTAL TO AROUND 128,000 COMPANIES SINCE 2014, WITH AROUND 640,000 JOBS SAFEGUARDED OVER THE SAME PERIOD. THE GROUP HAS MADE AVAILABLE MORE THAN €400 BILLION IN MEDIUM/LONG TERM LENDING TO BUSINESSES AND HOUSEHOLDS TO SUPPORT ITALY’S RECOVERY AND RESILIENCE PLAN.

THE GROUP’S SOCIAL AND CULTURAL RESPONSIBILITY HAS TRANSLATED, IN ITALY, INTO:

- INITIATIVES TO REDUCE CHILD POVERTY AND SUPPORT PEOPLE IN NEED, DELIVERING, SINCE 2018, AROUND 19.9 MILLION MEALS, 1.2 MILLION DORMITORY BEDS, 260,500 MEDICINE PRESCRIPTIONS AND 212,000 ITEMS OF CLOTHING;

- THE FUND FOR IMPACT, WITH AROUND €123 MILLION GRANTED, SINCE ITS LAUNCH, BY PER MERITO (THE FIRST LINE OF CREDIT WITHOUT COLLATERAL DEDICATED TO ALL ITALIAN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS), THE LAUNCH, IN JULY 2020, OF MAMMA@WORK (A SUBSIDISED LOAN TO BALANCE MOTHERHOOD AND WORK, WITH AROUND €0.5 MILLION GRANTED SINCE LAUNCH) AND, IN AUGUST 2020, OF “XME STUDIOSTATION” (LOANS TO FAMILIES TO SUPPORT DISTANCE LEARNING, WITH AROUND €1.7 MILLION GRANTED SINCE LAUNCH);

- A €6 BILLION CIRCULAR ECONOMY CREDIT PLAFOND TO SUPPORT SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, WITH AROUND €4.5 BILLION ALREADY DISBURSED; S-LOANS TO IMPROVE SMEs’ SUSTAINABILITY PROFILE (A €2 BILLION PLAFOND ALLOCATED, WITH AROUND €780 MILLION GRANTED SINCE LAUNCH);

- IN H1 2021, OVER 250 START-UPS EVALUATED (AROUND 2,900 SINCE 2018) IN THREE ACCELERATION PROGRAMS WITH 56 COACHED START-UPS (OVER 440 SINCE 2018);

- “GIOVANI E LAVORO” PROGRAM UNDERWAY AIMED AT INTRODUCING 5,000 YOUNG PEOPLE TO THE ITALIAN LABOUR MARKET: IN H1 2021, AROUND 5,000 YOUNG PEOPLE APPLIED TO THE PROGRAM (OVER 20,000 SINCE 2019), AROUND 800 STUDENTS WERE INTERVIEWED AND AROUND 350 STUDENTS TRAINED / IN TRAINING THROUGH 14 COURSES, WITH AROUND 1,700 COMPANIES INVOLVED SINCE THE LAUNCH OF THE PROGRAM (AROUND 4,400 STUDENTS INTERVIEWED AND OVER 1,800 TRAINED / IN TRAINING SINCE 2019);

- CONSTRUCTION UNDER WAY AT THE TWO BUILDING SITES OF THE NEW GALLERIE D’ITALIA IN TURIN AND NAPLES, EACH 9,000 SQUARE METERS WIDE, DEDICATED RESPECTIVELY TO PHOTOGRAPHY AND TO CARAVAGGIO’S MASTERPIECES; THE “TIEPOLO: VENEZIA, MILANO, L’EUROPA” EXHIBITION AT THE GALLERIE D’ITALIA IN MILAN WAS MAINLY ONLINE, WITH 52.6 MILLION VIEWS AND ONE MILLION INTERACTIONS FOR DIGITAL CONTENTS ON GALLERIE D’ITALIA AND INTESA SANPAOLO SOCIAL CHANNELS; AFTER THE LOCKDOWN, THE EXHIBITIONS “LOS ANGELES (STATE OF MIND)” IN NAPLES AND “PAINTING IS BACK. 80s PAINTING IN ITALY” IN MILAN, WHOSE LIVE STREAMING PRESENTATION REACHED AROUND 800,000 PEOPLE, HAVE BEEN OPENED TO THE PUBLIC.

NET INCOME TO €3,023M IN H1 2021 UP BY 17.8% VS €2,566M IN H1 2020

• OPERATING MARGIN UP BY 5.9% ON H1 2020

• NET FEE AND COMMISSION INCOME UP BY 13.2% ON H1 2020

• OPERATING COSTS DOWN BY 2.3% ON H1 2020

• IMPROVEMENT IN CREDIT QUALITY TREND:

• DECREASE IN NPLs:

  • GROSS NPL REDUCTION: AROUND €33BN SINCE DECEMBER 2017 AND AROUND €46BN SINCE THE SEPTEMBER 2015 PEAK
  • NPL STOCK DOWN 7.6% GROSS AND 9.6% NET ON YEAR-END 2020, NPL TO TOTAL LOAN RATIO OF 4.1% GROSS AND 2.1% NET

• ANNUALISED COST OF RISK IN H1 2021 DOWN TO 43 BASIS POINTS

• SOLID CAPITAL POSITION, WELL ABOVE REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS:

• COMMON EQUITY TIER 1 RATIO AS AT 30 JUNE 2021, AFTER THE DEDUCTION FROM CAPITAL OF €2,116M OF DIVIDENDS ACCRUED IN H1 2021:

  • 14.9% PHASED-IN (1) (2)
  • 14.4% FULLY LOADED (1) (3)
  • 15.7% PRO-FORMA FULLY LOADED (1) (*)

 

(1) After the deduction of dividends accrued in H1 2021 and the coupons accrued on the Additional Tier 1 issues.

(2) Calculated including the mitigation of the impact of the first time adoption of IFRS 9.

(3) Calculated excluding the mitigation of the impact of the first time adoption of IFRS 9.

(*) Estimated by applying the fully loaded parameters to the financial statements as at 30 June 2021, taking into account the total absorption of deferred tax assets (DTAs) related to goodwill realignment, loan adjustments, the first time adoption of IFRS 9 and the non-taxable public cash contribution of €1,285m covering the integration and rationalisation charges relating to the acquisition of the Aggregate Set of Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca, as well as the expected absorption of DTAs on losses carried forward and DTAs on the acquisition of UBI Banca, and the expected distribution of the H1 2021 net income of insurance companie

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