Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane has chosen Altarea Cogedim as the best bidder following the contest launched for the sale of full ownership of Centostazioni Retail, the company responsible for the long-term commercial and advertising enhancement of five Italian railway stations: Milano Porta Garibaldi, Torino Porta Susa, Padova, Roma Ostiense and Napoli Afragola.
The Board of Directors of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane held today has decided to start a negotiation with the airline companies, in order to proceed with the definition of the main aspects of the new Alitalia Plan.
NETINERA (FS Italiane Group), through the company Ostdeutsche Eisenbahngesellschaft (ODEG), has been awarded in Germany with the Netzes Elbe-Spree tender for commuter transport (allotments 1 and 4) in the Berlin, Brandeburg and Saxony-Anhalt states.
One year after the Paris Green Bond Pledge, published to mark 2017 Climate Finance Day, sixteen European companies (EDF, EDP, ENEL, ENGIE, Ferrovie Dello Stato Italiane, Iberdrola, Icade, Ørsted, RATP, SNCF Réseau, Société du Grand Paris, SSE, Tennet, Terna, Tideway, Vasakronan) have joined to set up the Corporate Forum on Sustainable Finance (“the Forum”).
FS Italiane presents to the institutional investors its first Green Bond Report. In compliance with the Green Bond Principles issued by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA), the document includes the main results in terms of sustainability performance.
Fitch released today a report saying that FS Italiane’s potential acquisition of Alitalia does not immediately affect the rating of FS Italiane (“BBB”).
Last October 31st, Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane and Brescia Mobilità, submitted a proposal for a project finance for the design, building, operation and maintenance of the “Public surface transit system” located within Brescia municipality coherently with PPP schemes (Public Private Partnership).
Standard and Poor’s released today a bulletin where it affirms that FS Italiane’s offer for the potential acquisition of Alitalia, does not immediately affect the rating on FS (“BBB”).
The Board of Directors of Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane, held today under the Chairmanship of Gianluigi Vittorio Castelli, approved to present an offer to buy the divisions of Alitalia-Società Aerea Italiana e Alitalia Cityliner.
Standard and Poor’s affirmed Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane’s rating at ‘BBB’ and changed the Outlook from Stable to Negative, mirroring the Outlook change on Italy’s occurred on 26th October, which the FS rating is closely related to, being a government related entity. S&P has also confirmed the FS’s stand-alone credit profile (SACP) at ‘bbb’, affirming that FS’ metric remains very solid.