Main shareholders

About 45,000 shareholders split between institutional and retail investors. 

Mediobanca’s shareholder structure is now 75% institutional investors and 25% retail investors. Some of the institutional investors are parties to a Consultation agreement with no provision for commitments in terms of lock-up or voting rights over the shares syndicated to it.


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Italian institutional investors (including the parties to the Consultation agreement) account for approximately one-third of the total, with 26% coming from the United States, 14% French investors (including the Bolloré group), and 12% UK investors.
Since 2003, the weight of the institutional investors has gradually increased, in tandem with the reshaping of the role of the historical Mediobanca Shareholders’ agreement. The recent signing of the new Consultation agreement, with no provision for commitments in terms of lock-up, has taken the free float for Mediobanca up to 100%.
As at 11.11.2019 the Mediobanca shareholders with stakes of more than 3% were as follows:
Shareholder No. of shares   % SHARE CAPITAL
Leonardo Del Vecchio (1) 87,738,958 9.89%
Group Bolloré 59,690,987 6.73%
Gruppo BlackRock (2) 43,724,898 4.93%
Group Mediolanum 29,095,110 3.28%

1) Indirect partecipation.
(2) BlackRock Inc. (NY) through fifteen asset management subsidiaries (form 120 A of 25 June 2020).  BlackRock has also given notice (form 120 B of 24 June 2020) that it owns shares, again indirectly, as a result of securities lending transactions and contracts of differences, with no expiry date, equal to a total of  0.58% and 0.12% respectively.

The shares are registered and each share gives the right to one vote in general meetings. For the number of shares as per the most recent update of share capital, go to Corporate data.

Last update: 01/07/2020