Leading Italian insurer Cattolica Assicurazioni – which is reportedly on the brink of a major tie-up with country compatriot Generali – was thrust into the spotlight this weekend.
According to a report by Reuters, a source claims that three executives at the firm – including both its managing director and chairman – are under investigation for “undue influence” over shareholder meetings. The company has reportedly admitted that some of its executives are being investigated by market regulator Consob, but has not named them.
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