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Don Bernheim

27 April 2009 By Pierre Briancon

Credit Agricole and the Italian insurer have signed a shareholder pact for their combined 11% of Intesa Sanpaolo. That could spare the French bank the pain of marking its 5% stake down to market. Generali s favour allows it to ask for something in return. But when, and what?

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