In December 2019, UniCredit Foundation launched the “Call for Europe 2019 – Supporting Childhood” initiative with the aim to identify and support social projects helping children in the different European countries where UniCredit is present outside of Italy.
UniCredit expands its commitment for the support of the Department of Civil Protection (DPC) in its handling of the emergency linked to the epidemiological spread of the COVID - 19 virus in Italy.
The winners in the Best NGO Business Plan competition, organized by the Bulgarian Center for Not-for-Profit Law, together with UniCredit Bulbank, are three social enterprises with causes supporting children with special needs, young people with disabilities and young scientists.
An overview of the banking sector after the stress tests – challenges and main industry trends in the coming year.
The Unicredit foundation has been working in support of academic studies and research as well as in the social and humanitarian field since 2003.
There is a dramatic change in customer expectations and the way of using financial services. Customer experience has come into central focus.
Tomorrow, Saturday 30 March at 8.30pm, UniCredit will turn off the lights in 74 buildings across 14 countries
Following the successful first year of operations in Italy with € 72.9 million of impact financing approved, SIB will be launched in ten additional markets in 2019. The roll out will be supported also through the sale of the art collections in Italy, Germany and Austria.
UniCredit Bulbank organizes a special learning academy for mothers. Mothers in Business WoMum Academy aims to enhance the professional qualifications of mothers, making their return to work after maternity leave more easily, less stressful and with more confidence.
The students who won the prestigious awards at the 19th annual photography contest Photoakademika 2018 presented their works in UniCredit Studio.