DIARY – Italy to May 31

PUBLISHED: Tue, 06 Apr 2021 09:27:32 GMT
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WEDNESDAY APRIL 7

G20 holds “2nd Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting” via videoconference. Closing online news conference with Italian Economy Minister Daniele Franco, Economy Deputy Minister Alessandro Rivera, Bank of Italy Governor Ignazio Visco and Vice Governor Luigi Federico Signorini (1400 GMT).

Rome, Minister for Disabilities Erika Stefani speaks before chamber of Deputies Social Affairs Committee on the policy lines of her ministry (1245 GMT).

Rome, Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti attends, via videoconference, a meeting on ILVA’s saltellite companies (1400 GMT).

Rome, Italian banking association ABI Director General Giovanni Sabatini speaks before Chamber of Deputies Finance Committee on the imbalance in the financial structure of Italian companies that may be caused by the COVID-19 pandemic (1200 GMT).

THURSDAY APRIL 8

Treasury announces sale of BTP bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on April 13.

Bank of Italy releases March data on Target 2 liabilities and European Central Bank funding to Italian banks.

Web conference on “Sustainable Economy Forum” with employers association Confindustria President Carlo Bonomi, illycaffè Chairman Andrea Illy, Hitachi LTD Vice President and Hitachi Rail Group CEO Andrew Barr, Piaggio Chairman Roberto Colaninno, Lavazza Vice President Giuseppe Lavazza, Intesa Sanpaolo CEO Carlo Messina (0700 GMT).

Online event on “A people-friendly economy to face the future” with Foreign Affairs Vice Minister Marina Sereni, Minister for Ecological Transition Roberto Cingolani (0900 GMT).

La Sapienza University holds webinar on “The economy during COVID-19: Mobility”, expected attendees include Atlantia unit Autostrade per l’Italia CEO Roberto Tomasi (0900 GMT).

EY holds summit on infrastructure with Transport Minister Enrico Giovannini, Webuild Chairman Donato Iacovone, state railways Ferrovie dello Stato CEO Gianfranco Battisti, Atlantia’s unit Autostrade per l’Italia CEO Roberto Tomasi, Milan Mayor Beppe Sala (1200 GMT).

Online event on “Towards an action plan for the social economy” with Labour Minister Andrea Orlando (1600 GMT).

Rome, Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti speaks via videoconference before Chamber of Deputies and Senate Industry committees on the policy lines of his ministry (0630 GMT).

Rome, Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti attends Senate question time (1300 GMT).

Annual general meetings: Campari Group (0730 GMT), Fincantieri (0830 GMT).

FRIDAY APRIL 9

ISTAT releases February retail sales data (0800 GMT).

Treasury sells 12-month BOT bills. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Online event on “Technological transversality: achieving ecological transition and digital transformation as driving factors for the relaunch of the Italian system” with Bosch Italy & Greece CEO Fabio Giuliani, Advisor to the boards of Leonardo Arnoldo Mondadori Group Patrizia Giangualano, Aeroporto Guglielmo Marconi di Bologna Advisor Eugenio Sidoli (1530 GMT).

MONDAY APRIL 12

Bank of Italy releases February data on bank lending and domestic government bond holdings at Italy-based banks.

Treasury sells BTP bonds. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

G20 holds videoconference on “Multi Stakeholder meeting on Connectivity and Social Inclusion”.

Edison holds savings shareholders’ meeting (1330 GMT).

TUESDAY APRIL 13

ISTAT releases February industrial output data (0800 GMT) and monthly bulletin on the state of the economy in March (0900 GMT).

OECD releases February composite leading indicator (1000 GMT).

NAF 2 starts full voluntary takeover bid on ASTM ordinary shares, ends on May 10.

WEDNESDAY APRIL 14

Reuters holds virtual event with ECB President Christine Lagarde on “Steering the Post-Pandemic Economy” (1400 GMT).

Online event “Merger & Acquisition Summit” with LVMH Group Director General Antonio Belloni, Sorgenia CEO Gianfilippo Mancini, Italian Strategic Fund (FSI) CEO Maurizio Tamagnini, Industry Minister Giancarlo Giorgetti (0730 GMT).

IRTOP Consulting holds web conference on “Smart Green Investor Day Sustainable Companies” with algoWatt Managing Director Laura Bizzarri, Reti CEO Bruno Paneghini, Energica Motor Company CEO Livia Cevolini, Kolinpharma CEO Rita Paola Petrelli (0800 GMT).

Rome, G20 starts “2nd Employment Working Group Meeting”; ends on April 16.

Annual general meetings: Piaggio (0900 GMT).

THURSDAY APRIL 15

ISTAT releases March CPI final data (0800 GMT).

Bank of Italy releases February data on public finances, state borrowing and debt.

G20 holds “1st Africa Advisory Group Meeting”.

Rome, G20 continues “2nd Employment Working Group Meeting”; ends on April 16.

Turin, trade unions meet with management of Stellantis in presence.

UniCredit holds annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings (0800 GMT).

Autostrade per l’Italia holds annual general meeting.

Annual general meetings: Banca Mediolanum (0800 GMT), CNH Industrial NV (1530 GMT), Ferrari NV (1200 GMT), Stellantis (1230 GMT), Maire Tecnimont (0830 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Banco BPM (0830 GMT).

FRIDAY APRIL 16

ISTAT releases February foreign trade data (0800 GMT).

Bank of Italy releases ‘Economic Bulletin’.

Treasury announces guaranteed minimum coupon rates for third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond.

Rome, G20 ends “2nd Employment Working Group Meeting”.

MONDAY APRIL 19

Treasury starts offer of third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond; ends on April 23, subject to early closure.

Rome, G20 starts “1st Agriculture Deputies Meeting”; ends on April 20.

Annual general meetings: Brunello Cucinelli (0800 GMT), Credito Valtellinese (0800 GMT).

Trade ex-dividend: Banco BPM of 0.06 euro per share; Campari Group of 0.055 euro per share; CNH Industrial of 0.11 euro per ordinary share; Ferrari NV of 0.867 euro per ordinary share; Maire Tecnimont of 0.116 euro per share, Piaggio of 0.063 euro per share.

TUESDAY APRIL 20

Treasury continues offer of third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond; ends on April 23, subject to early closure.

Rome, G20 ends “1st Agriculture Deputies Meeting”.

Enav holds board meeting on FY results.

Annual general meetings: INWIT (1300 GMT), Recordati (0730 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Italgas (0900 GMT), Banca Carige (0830 GMT).

WEDNESDAY APRIL 21

Treasury continues offer of third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond; ends on April 23, subject to early closure.

Rome, G20 holds “Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS) Meeting”.

Brunello Cucinelli holds board meeting on Q1 results (revenues), followed by conference call.

Credit Agricole ends full voluntary takeover offer on Credito Valtellinese ordinary shares.

OVS holds board meeting on FY results (closed on Jan. 31).

Annual general meetings: BPER Banca (0700 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Tod’s (0900 GMT).

THURSDAY APRIL 22

ISTAT releases February orders and sales data (0800 GMT).

Treasury continues offer of third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond; ends on April 23, subject to early closure.

Treasury announces sale of CTZ and BTPei bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on April 27.

G20 starts “2nd Culture Working Group Meeting” via videoconference; ends on April 23.

Moncler holds board meeting on Q1 results followed by conference call and holds annual general meeting (0930 GMT).

Annual general meetings: Banca Generali (0730 GMT), Acea (0800 GMT), Banca Ifis (0730 GMT), Geox (0800 GMT), illimity Bank (0800 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Brembo (0830 GMT), DiaSorin (1300 GMT), Salvatore Ferragamo (0700 GMT).

FRIDAY APRIL 23

Italy, S&P Global rating agency scheduled reviews of sovereign debt rating.

Treasury ends offer of third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond (1100 GMT), subject to early closure.

Treasury announces definite coupon rates for third edition of 16-year ‘BTP Futura’ bond.

Treasury announces sale of 6-month BOT bills, with relative amounts to be auctioned on April 28.

G20 ends “2nd Culture Working Group Meeting” via videoconference.

Annual general meetings: Amplifon (0800 GMT), Autogrill (0830 GMT).

MONDAY APRIL 26

Treasury announces sale of CTZ and BTPei bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on April 29.

Rome, G20 starts “2nd Energy Transitions and Climate Sustainability Working Group Meeting”, ends on April 27.

Credito Valtellinese trades ex-dividend of 0.23 euro per share.

Mediaset holds board meeting on FY results (press release on April 27).

TUESDAY APRIL 27

ISTAT releases April consumer and business confidence data (0800 GMT) and March non-EU foreign trade (0900 GMT).

Assogestioni expected to release March fund flows data.

Treasury sells CTZ and BTPei bonds. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Rome, G20 ends “2nd Energy Transitions and Climate Sustainability Working Group Meeting”.

Mediaset releases FY results (before Bourse opening), followed by conference call (0700 GMT).

Annual general meetings: Cerved, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore (0900 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Rai Way (0900 GMT).

Board meetings on Q1 results: Saipem (press release on April 28).

WEDNESDAY APRIL 28

Treasury sells 6-month BOT bills. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Rome, G20 holds “2nd Environment Senior Officials’ Meeting”.

Tenaris holds board meeting on Q1 results.

Saipem releases Q1 results (before Bourse opening), followed by conference call.

Annual general meetings: Snam (0800 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Atlantia (1300 GMT), FinecoBank (1000 GMT), Hera (0800 GMT), Intesa Sanpaolo (0800 GMT), Prysmian (1230 GMT, UnipolSai (0830 GMT).

THURSDAY APRIL 29

Treasury sells BTP and CCTeu bonds. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Rome, G20 holds videoconference on “2nd Tourism Working Group Meeting”.

Tenaris holds conference call on Q1 results.

Annual general meetings: Atlantia, Azimut Holding, Unipol Group (0830 GMT), doValue (0800 GMT), Credito Emiliano (1500 GMT), Safilo (0800 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: A2A (0900 GMT), Assicurazioni Generali (0700 GMT), RCS MediaGroup (0830 GMT).

Board meetings on Q1 results: Amplifon followed by conference call, Eni (press release on April 30), Maire Tecnimont followed by conference call.

FRIDAY APRIL 30

Italy, DBRS rating agency scheduled review of sovereign debt rating.

ISTAT releases March unemployment rate data (0700 GMT), Q1 GDP flash data (0800 GMT), April CPI flash data (0900 GMT).

G20 holds “Infrastructure Working Group Workshop on Circular Economy”.

Bourse After Hours market closed.

Eni releases Q1 results (before Bourse opening), followed by conference call.

Piaggio holds board meeting on Q1 results, followed by conference call.

Annual general meetings: Interpump Group (0800 GMT), Saipem (0800 GMT), Terna (0900 GMT).

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Webuild (0800 GMT).

MONDAY MAY 3

IHS Markit releases April PMI manufacturing (0745 GMT).

Transport Ministry releases April car sales data (1600 GMT).

April state sector borrowing requirement data.

Rome, G20 “Culture Ministers’ Meeting”.

Rome, G20 starts “2nd Trade and Investment Working Group Meeting”; ends on May 4.

Tenaris holds annual general meeting (1330 GMT).

TUESDAY MAY 4

Rome, G20 ends “2nd Trade and Investment Working Group Meeting”.

Rome, G20 “Tourism Ministers’ Meeting”.

Board meetings on Q1 results: Campari Group followed by conference call, Ferrari NV followed by conference call, Italgas (press release on May 5).

WEDNESDAY MAY 5

IHS Markit releases April service PMI data (0745 GMT).

Italy, G20 “4th Infrastructure Working Group Meeting”.

Italgas releases Q1 results (before Bourse opening), followed by conference call.

Annual general meetings: Nexi (0800 GMT), Credito Valtellinese .

Annual and extraordinary shareholders’ meetings: Technogym (0800 GMT).

Board meetings on Q1 results: CNH Industrial NV followed by conference call, Intesa Sanpaolo, Stellantis (sales and revenues), UniCredit (press release on May 6).

THURSDAY MAY 6

Turin, G20 starts “2nd Sherpa Meeting”; ends on May 7.

UniCredit releases Q1 results (before Bourse opening), followed by conference call.

Annual general meetings: Iren (0900 GMT).

Board meetings on Q1 results: Banco BPM, Enel followed by conference call, Leonardo (press release on May 7), Recordati , Anima Holding, Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena.

FRIDAY MAY 7

Italy, Moody’s rating agency scheduled reviews of sovereign debt rating.

ISTAT releases March retail sales data (0800 GMT).

Bank of Italy releases April data on Target 2 liabilities and European Central Bank funding to Italian banks.

Treasury announces sale of 12-month BOT bills, with relative amounts to be auctioned on May 12.

Turin, G20 ends “2nd Sherpa Meeting”.

Buzzi Unicem holds annual general meeting (1000 GMT) and board meeting on Q1 results.

Leonardo releases Q1 results, followed by conference call.

Board meetings on Q1 results: BPER Banca followed by conference call, Credito Emiliano.

SATURDAY MAY 8

Italy, cycling tour “Giro d’Italia” starts from Turin; ends on May 30 in Milan.

MONDAY MAY 10

Treasury announces sale of BTP bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on May 13.

NAF 2 ends full voluntary takeover bid on ASTM ordinary shares.

Leonardo holds annual general meeting.

Board meetings on Q1 results: Brembo (0730 GMT) followed by conference call (1200 GMT), illimity Bank.

Trade ex-dividend: Webuild of 0.055 euro oer ordinary and saving share.

TUESDAY MAY 11

ISTAT releases March industrial output data (0800 GMT) and monthly bulletin on the state of the economy in April (0900 GMT).

OECD releases April composite leading indicator (1000 GMT).

Italy, G20 Finance Track Seminar on “Reinventing Bretton Woods Committee”.

Rome, G20 starts “2nd Development Working Group Meeting”; ends on May 12.

Banca Popolare di Sondrio holds annual general meeting (0800 GMT) and board meeting on Q1 results.

Mediobanca holds board meeting on Q3 results.

Board meetings on Q1 results: Banca Generali followed by conference call (1200 GMT), Banca Mediolanum (0800 GMT) followed by conference call, Edison, FinecoBank, Mediaset (1400 GMT) followed by conference call (1600 GMT), Poste Italiane, Snam (press release on May 12), RCS MediaGroup, Safilo Group, Salvatore Ferragamo followed by conference call (1600 GMT).

WEDNESDAY MAY 12

Treasury sells 12-month BOT bills. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Rome, G20 ends “2nd Development Working Group Meeting”.

Poste Italiane holds conference call on Q1 results.

Snam releases Q1 results (before Bourse opening), followed by conference call (afternoon).

Annual general meetings: Eni (0800 GMT), Hera.

Annual and extraordinary shareholders meetings: Saras (0800 GMT).

Board meetings on Q1 results: Pirelli & C, Terna followed by conference call, Acea, Banca Carige, Cerved Group followed by conference call, Technogym (revenues) followed by conference call, Tod’s followed by conference call.

THUSDAY MAY 13

Bank of Italy releases March data on bank lending and domestic government bond holdings at Italy-based banks.

Treasury sells BTP bonds. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Financial Times ends online ‘Future of the Car Summit’ on “Capitalising on the key trends driving change and growth” with Stellantis CEO Carlos Tavares, AutoX COO Jewel Li, Daimler Chairman Ola Kallenius.

Rome, G20 starts “2nd Education Working Group Meeting”; ends on May 14.

Rome, state lender agency Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (CDP) holds annual general meeting; on May 20 May on 2nd call.

Milan, Italian Olympic Committee CONI due to appoint top management.

Board meetings on Q1 results: A2A, Atlantia, Azimut , DiaSorin, INWIT followed by conference call, Nexi followed by conference call, Prysmian followed by conference call, Unipol Group, Arnoldo Mondadori Editore followed by conference call, Banca Ifis, doValue followed by conference call, Enav, Fincantieri, Geox followed by conference call (1640 GMT), Iren followed by conference call, Rai Way followed by conference call, UnipolSai, Webuild.

FRIDAY MAY 14

Bank of Italy releases March data on public finances, state borrowing and debt.

Rome, G20 ends “2nd Education Working Group Meeting”.

Board meetings on Q1 results: Interpump Group, Saras (morning), followed by conference call (afternoon).

MONDAY MAY 17

ISTAT releases April CPI final data (0800 GMT).

Rome, G20 starts “2nd Digital Economy Task Force Meeting”; ends on May 18.

Assicurazioni Generali holds board meeting on Q1 results, press release on May 18.

Trade ex-dividend: ANIMA of 0.22 euro per ordinary share, RCS MediaGroup of 0,03 euro per share.

TUESDAY MAY 18

ISTAT releases March foreign trade data (0800 GMT).

Rome, G20 ends tarts “2nd Digital Economy Task Force Meeting”.

Assicurazioni Generali releases Q1 results.

Cattolica Assicurazioni holds board meeting on Q1 results, press release on May 19.

WEDNESDAY MAY 19

Rome, G20 holds “2nd Academics informal gathering”.

Cattolica Assicurazioni releases Q1 results.

Telecom Italia (TIM) holds board meeting on Q1 results.

THURSDAY MAY 20

Enel holds annual general meeting.

Telecom Italia (TIM) holds conference call on Q1 results.

FRIDAY MAY 21

ISTAT releases March orders and sales data (0800 GMT).

Treasury announces sale of CTZ and BTPei bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on May 26.

Rome, G20 holds “Global Health Summit”.

MONDAY MAY 24

Treasury announces sale of 6-month BOT bills, with relative amounts to be auctioned on May 27.

Trade ex dividend: A2A of 0.08 euro per ordinary share; Amplifon of 0.22 euro per share; Assicurazioni Generali of 1.01 euro per share as first tranche; Azimut of 1.00 euro per share; BPER Banca of 0.04 euro per share; Buzzi Unicem of 0.25 euro per ordinary share; DiaSorin of 1.00 euro per ordinary share; Eni of 0.24 euro per share as final dividend (0.12 euro per share as interim dividend on Sept. 21, 2020); Interpump Group of 0.26 euro per share; Intesa Sanpaolo of 0.0357 euro per ordinary share; Italgas of 0.277 euro per share; Moncler of 0.45 euro per ordinary share; Prysmian of 0.50 euro per share; Recordati of 0.55 euro per share as final dividend (interim dividend of 0.50 euro per share as on Nov. 23, 2020); Tenaris of 0.14 U.S. dollar per share as final dividend (interim dividend of 0.07 U.S. dollar on Nov. 23, 2020); Unipol of 0.28 euro per share; Banca Ifis of 0.47 euro per share; Banca Popolare di Sondrio of 0.06 euro per share; Brembo of 0.22 euro per ordinary share; Maire Tecnimont of 0.116 euro per share; Rai Way of 0.2385 euro per ordinary share; Technogym of 0.22 euro per share.

TUESDAY MAY 25

Rome, G20 holds “International Financial Architecture Wokshop”.

Assogestioni expected to release April fund flows data.

Treasury announces sale of CTZ and BTPei bonds, with relative amounts to be auctioned on May 28.

WEDNESDAY MAY 26

Treasury sells CTZ and BTPei bonds. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

G20 starts “4th International Financial Architecture Working Group Meeting”; ends on May 27.

Rome, G20 starts “3rd Energy Transition and Climate Sustainability Working Group Meeting”; ends on May 27.

THURSDAY MAY 27

ISTAT releases May consumer and business confidence data (0900) and April non-EU foreign trade (0900 GMT).

Treasury sells 6-month BOT bills. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

G20 ends “4th International Financial Architecture Working Group Meeting”.

Rome, G20 ends “3rd Energy Transition and Climate Sustainability Working Group Meeting”.

Autogrill holds Q1 results (revenues).

Annual general meetings: Exor, STMicroelectronics (0900 GMT).

FRIDAY MAY 28

ISTAT releases April producer prices data (0800 GMT).

Treasury sells BTP and CCTeu bonds. Subscriptions close at 0900 GMT.

Rome, G20 starts “3rd Environment Deputy Meeting”; ends on May 29.

Annual general meetings: Poste Italiane, Enav, OVS .

SATURDAY MAY 29

Rome, G20 ends “3rd Environment Deputy Meeting”.

SUNDAY MAY 30

Italy, cycling tour “Giro d’Italia” ends in Milan.

MONDAY MAY 31

ISTAT releases May CPI flash data (0900 GMT).

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