| 1912|| Assicurazioni Generali|
| Alleanza Assicurazioni, Genertellife|
Generali Italia S.p.A. is an Italian insurance company based in Mogliano Veneto, which is a subsidiary of Generali Group.
The insurer had a share capital of €1,618,628,450 in 2013.
Generali Italia Wikipedia
Found as a public entity Istituto Nazionale delle Assicurazioni, the insurer was an equity owner of Agip, Crediop, Istituto per il Credito Sportivo and other public corporation. In 1989 Crediop was sold to Istituto Bancario San Paolo di Torino. In 2000 INA sold Banco di Napoli to Sanpaolo IMI.
It became a subsidiary of Assicurazioni Generali in 2000. The insurer became INA Assitalia in 2006. In 2013 the company became the sub-holding company of the group for Alleanza Toro, Genertellife, Genertel, Generali Properties, Genagricola and Banca Generali.
In the same year Alleanza Toro was absorbed by Generali Italia but forming Alleanza Assicurazioni at the same time. The sub-holding also sold FATA Assicurazioni Danni to Cattolica Assicurazioni for €179 million.As of 31 December 2015
Alleanza Assicurazioni (100%)
Alfuturo Servizi Assicurativi (100%)
Cimarosa Fund (50.33%)
Difesa Automobilistica Sinistri (50.01%)
DAS Legal Services (100%)
Flandria Participations Financières (74.00%)
Agricola San Giorgio (100%)
Generali Belgium (32.29% + 22.52% via Flandria Participations)
Generali Real Estate Investments B.V. (59.66%)
Generali Business Solutions (96.05%)
Generali Infrastructure Services (50.90%)
Generali Finance B.V. (74.00%)
Generali Financial Hold SF2 (44.52% + 7.19% via Genertellife)
Generali North American Holding (67.22%)
Generali Properties (100%)
Mascagni Fund (58.46%)
Residenze CYL (66.37%)
Scarlatti Fund (53.26%)
Toscanini Fund (65.22%)
UMS Immobiloare Genova (99.00%)
Banca Generali (33.08%)
BG Fiduciaria (100%)
Generali Europe Income Holding (27.35%)
Telco AG (19.45% + 18.46% via Alleanza Assicurazioni)