The financial results of the main Italian banks show positive signs – increasing dividends for the shareholders – as well as some concerns, mainly related to the market environment and the continuous challenges for the core business. In this scenario, keeping up with innovation and exploiting digital opportunities, from open banking to artificial intelligence, remain key enablers for success. Francesco Ninfole writes about the topic on Milano Finanza, moving from the analysis on banks’ yearly reports realized by Value Partners, with the contribution of Maurizio Minelli, Partner and Andrea Sorbo, Manager, from Milan office.
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