Financial indicators1

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1 Economic indicators refer to the scope of consolidation for the Consolidated Financial Statements.

2 The economic value generated expresses the value of the wealth produced in the year as required by the Global Reporting Initiative, GRI G4. For more details, see the Chapter “Protection of solidity and profitability”.

3 The distributed economic value is the share of generated economic value attributed to the different stakeholders. For more details, see the Chapter “Protection of solidity and profitability”.

Non-financial indicators1

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1 Non-economic indicators were based on the Sustainability Report boundary which includes operating companies with an impact on sustainability reporting

2 Does not include Web TV training.

3 Indicator introduced in 2013 after becoming a member of the London Benchmarking Group. It includes cash contributions, in-kind contributions, time contributions and management costs.

4 Income before tax from continuing operations, totalling 3,435 million euro, presented in the reclassified income statement in the 2014 Financial Statements of Intesa Sanpaolo.