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Listed food parades on the Milan Stock Exchange

Nourished the patrol of companies participating in the Italian Equity Week

Record numbers for this fourth edition of Borsa Italiana's Italian Equity Week, which began today and until 18 September, for the first time in an entirely digital format, covering two weeks of meetings between Italian companies and global investors operating from Asia, Australia and Europe, Middle East, North America. For the first time, a South American investment house will also participate in the Italian Equity Week. 1,800 one-to-one and group meetings with companies are planned. In addition, approximately 200 other meetings will include sell-side representatives. The goal of promoting and supporting the dialogue between Italian companies and the international financial community.

Several food or associated companies will parade in front of investors: Autogrill, Campari, De 'Longhi, Elica (kitchen hoods), Guala Closures (caps and closures) and Marr (distribution to foodservice)

Raffaele Jerusalmi, Chief Executive Officer of Borsa Italiana, commented: “The transition from physical to virtual appointment has not prevented the continuation of the trend of recent years which shows a continuous increase in participants confirmed also in this fourth edition of the Italian Equity Week. The growing success underlines the appreciation of leading Italian companies and the global financial community. For many of the companies present, this is also the first important appointment with investors, on the results of the first half of the post-emergency Covid-19. The comparison with the main international and domestic investors on the prospects for economic recovery, not only of our country but of the entire global economy, will therefore be of particular interest".

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