A collaboration is born between Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena and Maggio Musicale Fiorentino

The agreement involves the treasury and cash services of the Maggio

Florence, 23 February 2021 – An agreement has been signed that has given rise to a new collaboration between Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena and the Maggio Musicale Fiorentino Foundation for the treasury services of the Teatro del Maggio.

The Maggio Fiorentino considered it interesting to identify the important and historic credit institution present and rooted in the Tuscan and Florentine territory, with which, however, already in the past it had the opportunity to collaborate in various operations that have supported the Foundation and facilitated its management financial aspects, the ideal partner to whom to entrust their treasury and cash services and further support to the Foundation for its regularity of operation.

We are certain – stated Enrico Maria Peruzzi, Administrative Director of the Maggio – that this further collaboration agreement with Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena will represent a development in the quality of services also for the Foundation’s stakeholders. Banca Mps has already demonstrated, in the history that sees it close to May, a great sensitivity towards our Foundation, a sign of its attention both to the territory and to culture and this undoubtedly represents the basis of collaboration.

We are very pleased to be able to offer our support and our professionalism to a prestigious cultural institution such as the Teatro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino – declared Alessandro Faienza, general manager of the Tuscany Territorial Area of ​​Banca Mps -. With this new agreement, Banca Monte dei Paschi strengthens its collaboration with the Fondazione del Maggio and makes its services available to promptly respond to all treasury and cash needs, thus confirming its attention to the Florentine territory and to the enhancement of artistic excellence. that make Tuscany a point of reference.

The service offered by Banca Mps, active starting from February 2021, has a duration of two years and includes the management of all the financial flows of the Foundation, from the collection of revenues to the payment of expenses, the payment of salaries and other emoluments for the employees, as well as financial, tax and technical advice on cash service issues, including cash flow management.