About Us

We know the trends of the various sectors, we translate the needs of our clients and we support their growth.
We make available our competences to corporates, leading to the creation of synergies among the major players of each industrial sector, anticipating market trends and technological developments.

Our industrial specialization

Automotive & Industrials
Basic Materials & Healthcare
Food & Beverage and Distribution
Retail & Luxury
Infrastructure & Real Estate Partners
Public Finance
Telecom, Media & Technology
Business Solutions



In connection with any transactions in OTC derivatives and pursuant to U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) Regulation 23.431, the Bank is providing you with disclosures regarding the risks of investing in swaps, the material economic terms of frequently traded swaps, and the material incentives and conflicts of interest we may have with respect to swap transactions. In the Dodd-Frank Act section, disclosures generally applicable to all swaps are provided in the General Disclosures area. Product specific disclosures, including the material economic terms (METs), are organized into different product classes traded by the bank.


The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) went into effect in Italy and in every European country on 16 August 2012. The objectives of the regulation are to be pursued through specific obligations applicable to clearing members which operates with central counterparties.


The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive (MiFID II) came into force in all European Union member states on 3rd January 2018. One of its main aims is to create a competitive and harmonised financial environment for regulated markets and investment firms, as well as to strengthen investors' protection and the efficiency and integrity of the financial markets themselves. The scope of the previous European Directive (MiFID I) is also extended with reference to disclosure and transparency obligations before and after the sale of financial instruments and the reporting and alignment of financial transactions. Hereby are attached more information with reference to:

• Financial Profile, based on the MiFID Questionnaire:

• Contract Governing the Provision of Investment Services, which regulates investment services, accounting positions and the custody and administration of securities and financial instruments:

• Terms of Business, which sets out the principles governing the negotiation service on own account in OTC derivatives of Clients without the provision of investment advisory service:

• Document explaining the criteria for MiFID Client Classification, the procedure for requesting a change in the classification attributed by the Bank and the main implications arising from the classification assigned:

• Regulatory Information Document of the MIFID II Directive, summarizing the fundamental information concerning: the Bank, the financial instruments, the investment services provided, the strategy for transmission and execution of orders, conflicts of interest, incentives and recording of telephone conversations and electronic communications:

Further documentation for information purposes pursuant to the MiFID II Directive is available in the "Reserved Area" section of the website https://www.bancaimi.com/en/bancaimi.


According to Article 38 (6) of Regulation (EU) No 909/2014 on improving securities settlement in the European Union and on central securities depositories, CSDs Direct Participants shall disclose the levels of protection and the costs associated with the different levels of account segregation.