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52 Week High
10/25/13 - $1.26
52 Week Low
07/21/14 - $0.69
Market Cap
403.1M
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as roma spa (ASRAF) Details

A.S. Roma S.P.A. owns and operates a football club in Italy and internationally. The company was founded in 1927 and is based in Rome, Italy.

Founded in 1927

as roma spa (ASRAF) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, Director and Member ...
Total Annual Compensation: €862.0K
Sporting Director
Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

as roma spa (ASRAF) Key Developments

UniCredit Not In Talks To Sell AS Roma Stake

UniCredit S.p.A. (BIT:UCG) is not currently in talks to sell its stake in A.S. Roma S.P.A. (BIT:ASR) although interest exists, the bank's deputy general manager Paolo Fiorentino said on the sidelines of an event on June 30, 2014. The AS Roma stake is an asset available for sale for UniCredit but there are no ongoing talks, Fiorentino added.

UniCredit In Talks To Sell Part Of Roma Stake

UniCredit S.p.A. (BIT:UCG) has confirmed it is in talks to sell part of its stake in A.S. Roma S.P.A. (BIT:ASR). A spokesperson told Italian news agency ANSA that "there are currently discussions ongoing with an investor interested in taking a share of the stake the institute has in UniCredit that controls Roma.

Unknown Chinese Investor To Reportedly Acquire Stake In A.S. Roma

A Chinese investor is set to buy into A.S. Roma S.P.A. (BIT:ASR) via a capital increase at Neep Roma Holding S.P.A., reported Italian business daily Il Sole 24 Ore, citing rumours circulating the financial community. A possible agreement is imminent, Il Sole said, adding that A.S. Roma's two current shareholders, banking group UniCredit S.p.A. (BUSE:UNICREDITSPA) and AS Roma SPV LLC, are negotiating the deal. Discussions of the deal have been held in New York at the office of A.S. Roma's President and Leader of the US alliance, James Pallotta, away from Italy in order to keep the talks as secret as possible, Il Sole said. The Chinese investor entering NEEP Roma Holding's capital will dilute the stakes of the current shareholders, mostly that of UniCredit, although little details are known at present, according to the rumours the daily reported. One of the rumoured Chinese investors is billionaire Wang Jianlin, the newspaper said.

 

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