Igea Banca employees laid off in Palermo: the case arrives in Parliament
The layoffs made by Igea Banca arrive in Parliament. The national deputy of the Democratic Party, Carmelo Miceli, has in fact presented a question to the Government and, in particular, to the Ministers of Economy and Labor. In the question, Igea Banca is a joint stock company founded in 2015. It has its registered office and general management in Rome and is registered with the Italian Banking Association (ABI). It operates with four branches: in Rome, Palermo, Catania and Bronte. Igea Banca's shareholding structure is mainly made up of subjects headed by professional orders, institutional bodies and some selected entrepreneurs for a total of about one thousand members.
The national parliamentarian Miceli underlines that, from the 2018 financial statements, 82 employees operate among this bank including managers, executives and employees and "that a partial demerger plan of Banca del Fucino S.p.A. has been announced – present in Lazio, Abruzzo, Marche …
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