Banca Mediolanum

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Banca Mediolanum
Native name
Banca Mediolanum S.p.A.
Programma Italia Investimenti SIM
Traded asBITBMED
FTSE MIB Component
Industryfinancial services
  • 1991
  • 1997 (Banca Mediolanum)
HeadquartersBasiglio, Metropolitan City of Milan, Italy
Key people
ServicesRetail banking, life and non-life insurance, mutual funds
Increase €438.613 million (2015)
Total assetsIncrease €44.710 billion (2015)
Total equityIncrease €2.070 billion (2015)
  • Fininvest (30.042%)
  • Ennio Doris (29.639%)
  • consortium led by Lina Tombolato (6.731%)
  • equity fund of T. Rowe Price (3.035%)
  • others[1]
  • Mediolanum Vita
  • Mediolanum Assicurazioni
  • Mediolanum Gestione Fondi SGR
  • Mediolanum Comunicazione
  • Mediolanum Fiduciaria
  • Fermi & Galeno Real Estate
  • Bankhaus August Lenz & Co.
  • Banca Esperia (50% JV)
Capital ratio19.66% (CET1)
Footnotes / references

Banca Mediolanum S.p.A. is an Italian bank, insurance and asset management conglomerate which is the parent company of Gruppo Mediolanum (Mediolanum Group).

The bank is listed on the Borsa Italiana and is a constituent of the FTSE MIB index from the end of 2015 when it incorporated it parent company Mediolanum S.p.A..

Mediolanum Group was found by Ennio Doris, the current second largest shareholders of the conglomerate. The conglomerate provided asset management, banking, insurances services to customers in Italy, Spain (as Banco Mediolanum and Fibanc) and Monaco (Bankhaus August Lenz & Co.)

Despite ranked sixth by market capitalization among financial services company (behind Intesa Sanpaolo, UniCredit, Assicurazioni Generali, UnipolSai and Mediobanca in 2016), the conglomerate (Mediolanum S.p.A.) was ranked 13th by total assets among bank (2014 data),[3] as well as much smaller in size by risk-weighed assets, thus the conglomerate (Mediolanum S.p.A nor Banca Mediolanum) was not included in the Single Supervisory Mechanism.[4] However, after Banca Mediolanum reversed merger with Mediolanum, European Central Bank started a comprehensive assessment to access the conglomerate would be include not.[5] Eventually Banca Mediolanum remained as a less-significant bank, which would not be supervised by the European Central Bank directly.[6]

The current CEO of the company was Massimo Antonio Doris.


The current major shareholder of the financial institute were Doris family and Fininvest. They formed a shareholders' pact for 51% stake. However, the voting rights of Fininvest was in fact suspended as Italian court ruled that Silvio Berlusconi could not own more than 10% stake of any financial institute.


  1. ^ CONSOB data Accessed on 24 September 2016
  2. ^ "2015 Bilancio Consolidato" [2015 Consolidated Annual Report] (PDF) (in Italian). Banca Mediolanum. 8 April 2016. Retrieved 1 May 2016.
  3. ^ "LE PRINCIPALI BANCHE ITALIANE" (PDF) (in Italian). Ricerche e Studi. 10 November 2015. Retrieved 21 February 2016.
  4. ^ "Aggregate report on the comprehensive assessment, October 2014" (PDF). European Central Bank. 26 October 2014.
  5. ^ "ECB to conduct comprehensive assessment of four banks in 2016". European Central Bank. 10 May 2016. Retrieved 11 May 2016.
  6. ^ "Annual assessment of significance brings number of banks directly supervised by the ECB to 127". European Central Bank. 21 November 2016. Retrieved 25 November 2016.

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