The names of the post-Bertazzo? For now only “chat”
Many names have been mentioned, perhaps even too many. But, according to what Affaritaliani.it can report, the choice of the successor of Carlo Bertazzo as CEO of Atlantia has not yet reached the final squeeze. Sources close to the dossier even branded it as “Chatter” the profiles that have emerged so far. A clear sign that some cartridges are being fired for now, waiting to tighten around the chosen ones. Meanwhile, what is certain is that the next 4 August, with the presentation of the six-monthly report, Bertazzo’s last act as CEO of Atlantia will be reachedafter a very long career in the Benetton galaxy and two years as CEO of holding.
In the meantime, however Atlantia continues its strengthening strategy. After the defensive bid with which Blackstone and Edizione announced the purchase of the shares with a view to delistingthe tension had risen with the Abs of Florentino Perez who wanted to take over the family holding company Benetton. As it relates il Sole 24 Ore the misunderstandings seem to be closed and now we are working on a project to make Abertis a world highway champion worldwide. Of the Spanish company Atlantia holds 50% + 1 share, while Perez holds 30%. But there is more: according to what has been verified by Business Italians.it the holding company of the Benetton family is yes working to strengthen the Aberti assets. But not only. It aims, for example, to strengthen itself also in the airport market. It already holds Airports in Rome, Nice and a stake in Bologna. But we are looking with interest at possible further possibilities, also because the prices are still low after two years of pandemic. Traffic is back to 85% of pre-Covid, but the chaos generated by staff strikes and the shortage of airline employees it could push towards new business at low cost.
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