Press release

FILING OF APPLICATION FOR AUTHORIZATION TO PUBLISH THE PROSPECTUS AND FOR ADMISSION TO LISTING ON THE MERCATO TELEMATICO AZIONARIO

Milan, 30 November 2018 – SPAXS S.p.A. and Banca Interprovinciale S.p.A. announced they filed today with Consob a request for authorisation to publish the prospectus for admission to trading on the Mercato Telematico Azionario (MTA), the Italian Equity Market organised and managed by Borsa Italiana, of the ordinary shares and the Conditional Share Rights of illimity, the bank resulting from the planned merger of SPAXS into Banca Interprovinciale S.p.A.

SPAXS and Banca Interprovinciale also announce the filing of an application with Borsa Italiana S.p.A. for the admission to listing of said financial instruments on the MTA, as well as the request for the delisting of SPAXS financial instruments from trading on the AIM Italia, which will occur in the context of the merger and listing of illimity.

It should be noted that the listing on the MTA will conclude the Business Combination process of SPAXS that began last April with the signing of an agreement for the purchase of approximately 99.2% of the share capital of Banca Interprovinciale, approved by the SPAXS Shareholders’ Meeting on 8 August 2018 and finalized on 20 September 2018.

For more information:

Investor Relations
Silvia Benzi
[email protected]
tel. +39 349 7846537
mob. +44 7741464948
www.spaxs.it

Press Office: Ad Hoc Communication Advisors
Mario Pellegatta +39 335.303624 [email protected]
Sara Balzarotti +39 335.1415584 [email protected]

Nomad: Banca IMI S.p.A.
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Credimi
Gianmarco Molinari +39 338 2247153 [email protected]

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