Contacts


Intesa SanPaolo
Registered Offices: Piazza San Carlo 156, 10121 Torino
Telephone Exchange
02.87940511

INFORMATION - Products and Services
You can ask to client managers in the Intesa Sanpaolo Group Bank Branches

MAIL ADDRESS
FACTORING_E_LEASING.75013@INTESASANPAOLO.COM

OPERATIONAL SUPPORT -  Products and Services
Choose below the reference that best suits your needs:

CONTACTS FOR LEASING CUSTOMERS

If you are already a customer of  Intesa Sanpaolo, by answering the two questions below,  you can send your request directly to the office in charge. If you want business information on new business you can contact the branches of Intesa Sanpaolo Group.

What do you need?*

Which leasing company was the former issuer?*


Name Surname / Company Name*

VAT ID/ Tax Code*

Email Address*

Contact Name

Contact phone

Contract

Message* (1 file attached)

+ select file

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
INFORMATIVE NOTE TO NATURAL PERSONS PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. 196 - 30 JUNE 2003

intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A., belonging to the Intesa Sanpaolo international banking group, in its capacity as Data Controller, wishes to inform you about the handling of your personal data.
Purposes of data handling
Personal data, directly obtained from the customer or third parties, are handled in the course of the Bank’s normal business activities, also under the direction and coordination of the Parent Intesa Sanpaolo, and may be processed for the following purposes:
a) providing services requested from the Bank and relationships with its customers. The conferring of personal data for the above mentioned purposes is not compulsory, but any refusal to communicate such data makes it impossible to carry out the operations/services requested; said data may be processed without the data subject’s consent;
b) complying with national and EU regulations (e.g. on anti-money laundering, fraud prevention on payment cards, tax assessments,  provision of investment services) and instructions issued by the regulatory authorities (e.g. the Central Credit Register, the Interbank Alert Centre), also in connection with the requirements to monitor operating and credit risks at banking group level; communication
of personal data for such purposes is mandatory and their processing does not require consent;
c) carrying out activities pertinent to the promotion and sale of products and services of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group companies or third parties by letter, telephone calls, the Internet, SMS, MMS and other communication systems; performing market and customer satisfaction surveys; offering products and services identified pursuant to processing personal data about preferences, habits,
consumer choices, etc.; communication of personal data for such purposes is optional and their processing requires consent.
Method of data handling
Personal data are processed manually, electronically or by computer in such a way as to ensure full protection and privacy thereof also when the use of traditional and/or electronic or innovative distribution channels is involved.
Categories of entities to whom the data can be communicated
For the above mentioned purposes, the Bank has to communicate your personal data to companies of the Intesa Sanpaolo Banking Group such as the consortium company which manages the IT system and some administrative, legal and accounting services at a centralised level or, in any case, to subsidiary or affiliated companies.
Within the Intesa Sanpaolo Group the Bank may also disclose information and data relating to transactions deemed suspect pursuant to anti-money laundering regulations.
Furthermore, directly or via the above mentioned consortium company, the Bank has to disclose your personal data to external parties, some of which based abroad, which operate in the following areas:
•    banking, financial and insurance services, management of payment systems, issuance of credit cards, tax collection operations and treasuries;
•    acquisition, registration and handling of data and documents relating to payments, bills, cheques or other items;
•    detection of financial risks to prevent and control insolvency risk;
•    activities concerning the assignment/hedging of credits carried out as contract counterparts of the Bank;
•    credit recovery services and ancillary activities such as telephone contacts and reminders and due diligence activity;
•    management of communications addressed to the clients (labelling, transmission, packaging, transport and delivery of
•    communications to customers, etc.) as well as archiving hardcopy and electronic data and documents;
•    disclosures and alerts with regard to money laundering regulations;
•    management of national and international systems for the detection of frauds (e.g. MEF-UCAMP);
•    surveys on service quality, market research, commercial information and promotion of products and/or services;
•    supply and management of information procedures and systems, telecommunication networks and protection and
•    security systems;
•    management of guardian, video surveillance and video-recording services;
•    expert appraisals, external auditing, financial statement certification, professional consulting services and customer assistance, including in relation to any conventions;
•    qualification of partecipants in public tenders;
•    execution of the formalities related to the processing and management of leasing operations;
•    provision of facilities and incentives;
•    agents, brokers, suppliers and other intermediaries, limited only to certain data rela5ng to the conclusion and management of
•    contracts executed through them;
•    sale of receivables;
•    insurance of credit risk;
•    information on economic and commercial matters, including payment behaviour;
•    supply of third-party products and/or services.
When the above parties transfer personal data to a non-EU state for the aforesaid purposes, the relevant judicial or government authorities may gain access thereto in accordance with local legislation.
Those entities to which data can be communicated, but who have not been appointed as “Person in charge of the processing” or “Processor”, will use the data as “Controllers” will handle the data on a fully independent basis and/or in connection with the handling performed by the Bank.
An updated list of third parties who are identified as “Controllers” or “Processors” is available at the head office and the peripheral structures of the Bank.
Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. appoints “Person in charge of the processing” all permanent and temporary staff whose duties involve the handling of personal data and may establish limits and powers with regard to said handling.
The Bank makes known that personal data contained in messages regarding financial transfers may be disclosed to the public authorities of EU Member States and the United States of America (1) exclusively for purposes of preventing and combating terrorism and its financing.
The Bank does not disclose your personal data.
Sensitive Data
In connection with the handling of “sensitive data” (which indicate the data subject’s state of health, membership to philosophical, political or trade union organisations, etc.), required for specific services (loans secured by insurance policies, life insurance, etc.), the law requires the data subject’s written authorisation, it being understood that the Bank will in any case perform the operations
and/or services requested by him and/or instructed in his favour involving indirect knowledge of said sensitive data.
Right of access to personal data and other rights
The law governing personal data protection gives the data subject (natural person) the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of such personal data. The data subject may also ask to know the origin of such data as well as the reasons and purposes for which they are being processed; obtain cancellation, transformation in anonymous form or blocking of any data handled in violation of the law, as well as their updating, correction or, wherever necessary, the integration of such data. The data subject may also object to the processing of personal data for the purpose of delivery of advertising material, direct sale, market research or commercial communication.
Information about rights of access can be requested from the person specifically authorised to deal with such requests at the following address: intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A., Affari Legali e Societari - Corso di Porta Romana 16 – 20122 Milano (MI). Further information can be also obtained calling toll free at 800303306, or from the Intesa Sanpaolo website www.mediocreditoitaliano.com.
============================================================================================
INFORMATIVE NOTE TO LEGAL PERSONS, ENTITIES OR ASSOCIATIONS
(PURSUANT TO LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. 196 DATED 30 JUNE 2003)

Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. makes known that pursuant to Art. 130 of Legislative Decree No.196/2003, the use of automated calling or communication systems without human intervention and electronic communications (e-mail, telefax, SMS, MMS or other means)  for promotional activities or for carrying out market surveys shall only be allowed with the consent of the data subjects who are
party of a contract for the provision of electronic communication services (the “contracting parties”, definition that encompasses also legal persons, entities or associations).
The performance of such activities with regard to the above mentioned data subjects is conditional upon their express consent.


1) The European Union and the United States of America have entered into an Agreement (Official Journal of the European Union L195/5 of 27 July 2010) on the processing and transfer of financial messaging data from the European Union to the United States for the purposes of preventing and combating terrorism. The Agreement provides that, with regard to some financial transactions (e.g. international transfers) with the exclusion of those carried out in the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), the United States Treasury Department may directly request data from the international finance messaging suppliers used by the Bank (currently the SWIFT Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication). The strict guarantees concerning data integrity and security and their retention period are applied to the above mentioned treatment. Furthermore, the Agreement provides that the data subject’s right of access to his/her personal data can be exclusively exercised at the data protection authority of his/her own country, in Italy the Autorità Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali (website: www.garanteprivacy.it)

CONTACTS FOR FACTORING BUSINESS

Answering the question below, you can send your request directly to the office in charge, minimizing response times.

What do you need?*


Name Surname / Company Name*

VAT ID/ Tax Code*

Email Address*

Contact Name

Contact phone

Message* (1 file attached)

+ select file

PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA
INFORMATIVE NOTE TO NATURAL PERSONS PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. 196 - 30 JUNE 2003

intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A., belonging to the Intesa Sanpaolo international banking group, in its capacity as Data Controller, wishes to inform you about the handling of your personal data.
Purposes of data handling
Personal data, directly obtained from the customer or third parties, are handled in the course of the Bank’s normal business activities, also under the direction and coordination of the Parent Intesa Sanpaolo, and may be processed for the following purposes:
a) providing services requested from the Bank and relationships with its customers. The conferring of personal data for the above mentioned purposes is not compulsory, but any refusal to communicate such data makes it impossible to carry out the operations/services requested; said data may be processed without the data subject’s consent;
b) complying with national and EU regulations (e.g. on anti-money laundering, fraud prevention on payment cards, tax assessments,  provision of investment services) and instructions issued by the regulatory authorities (e.g. the Central Credit Register, the Interbank Alert Centre), also in connection with the requirements to monitor operating and credit risks at banking group level; communication
of personal data for such purposes is mandatory and their processing does not require consent;
c) carrying out activities pertinent to the promotion and sale of products and services of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group companies or third parties by letter, telephone calls, the Internet, SMS, MMS and other communication systems; performing market and customer satisfaction surveys; offering products and services identified pursuant to processing personal data about preferences, habits,
consumer choices, etc.; communication of personal data for such purposes is optional and their processing requires consent.
Method of data handling
Personal data are processed manually, electronically or by computer in such a way as to ensure full protection and privacy thereof also when the use of traditional and/or electronic or innovative distribution channels is involved.
Categories of entities to whom the data can be communicated
For the above mentioned purposes, the Bank has to communicate your personal data to companies of the Intesa Sanpaolo Banking Group such as the consortium company which manages the IT system and some administrative, legal and accounting services at a centralised level or, in any case, to subsidiary or affiliated companies.
Within the Intesa Sanpaolo Group the Bank may also disclose information and data relating to transactions deemed suspect pursuant to anti-money laundering regulations.
Furthermore, directly or via the above mentioned consortium company, the Bank has to disclose your personal data to external parties, some of which based abroad, which operate in the following areas:
•    banking, financial and insurance services, management of payment systems, issuance of credit cards, tax collection operations and treasuries;
•    acquisition, registration and handling of data and documents relating to payments, bills, cheques or other items;
•    detection of financial risks to prevent and control insolvency risk;
•    activities concerning the assignment/hedging of credits carried out as contract counterparts of the Bank;
•    credit recovery services and ancillary activities such as telephone contacts and reminders and due diligence activity;
•    management of communications addressed to the clients (labelling, transmission, packaging, transport and delivery of
•    communications to customers, etc.) as well as archiving hardcopy and electronic data and documents;
•    disclosures and alerts with regard to money laundering regulations;
•    management of national and international systems for the detection of frauds (e.g. MEF-UCAMP);
•    surveys on service quality, market research, commercial information and promotion of products and/or services;
•    supply and management of information procedures and systems, telecommunication networks and protection and
•    security systems;
•    management of guardian, video surveillance and video-recording services;
•    expert appraisals, external auditing, financial statement certification, professional consulting services and customer assistance, including in relation to any conventions;
•    qualification of partecipants in public tenders;
•    execution of the formalities related to the processing and management of leasing operations;
•    provision of facilities and incentives;
•    agents, brokers, suppliers and other intermediaries, limited only to certain data rela5ng to the conclusion and management of
•    contracts executed through them;
•    sale of receivables;
•    insurance of credit risk;
•    information on economic and commercial matters, including payment behaviour;
•    supply of third-party products and/or services.
When the above parties transfer personal data to a non-EU state for the aforesaid purposes, the relevant judicial or government authorities may gain access thereto in accordance with local legislation.
Those entities to which data can be communicated, but who have not been appointed as “Person in charge of the processing” or “Processor”, will use the data as “Controllers” will handle the data on a fully independent basis and/or in connection with the handling performed by the Bank.
An updated list of third parties who are identified as “Controllers” or “Processors” is available at the head office and the peripheral structures of the Bank.
Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. appoints “Person in charge of the processing” all permanent and temporary staff whose duties involve the handling of personal data and may establish limits and powers with regard to said handling.
The Bank makes known that personal data contained in messages regarding financial transfers may be disclosed to the public authorities of EU Member States and the United States of America (1) exclusively for purposes of preventing and combating terrorism and its financing.
The Bank does not disclose your personal data.
Sensitive Data
In connection with the handling of “sensitive data” (which indicate the data subject’s state of health, membership to philosophical, political or trade union organisations, etc.), required for specific services (loans secured by insurance policies, life insurance, etc.), the law requires the data subject’s written authorisation, it being understood that the Bank will in any case perform the operations
and/or services requested by him and/or instructed in his favour involving indirect knowledge of said sensitive data.
Right of access to personal data and other rights
The law governing personal data protection gives the data subject (natural person) the right to obtain confirmation of the existence or otherwise of such personal data. The data subject may also ask to know the origin of such data as well as the reasons and purposes for which they are being processed; obtain cancellation, transformation in anonymous form or blocking of any data handled in violation of the law, as well as their updating, correction or, wherever necessary, the integration of such data. The data subject may also object to the processing of personal data for the purpose of delivery of advertising material, direct sale, market research or commercial communication.
Information about rights of access can be requested from the person specifically authorised to deal with such requests at the following address: intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A., Affari Legali e Societari - Corso di Porta Romana 16 – 20122 Milano (MI). Further information can be also obtained calling toll free at 800303306, or from the Intesa Sanpaolo website www.mediocreditoitaliano.com.
============================================================================================
INFORMATIVE NOTE TO LEGAL PERSONS, ENTITIES OR ASSOCIATIONS
(PURSUANT TO LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. 196 DATED 30 JUNE 2003)

Intesa Sanpaolo S.p.A. makes known that pursuant to Art. 130 of Legislative Decree No.196/2003, the use of automated calling or communication systems without human intervention and electronic communications (e-mail, telefax, SMS, MMS or other means)  for promotional activities or for carrying out market surveys shall only be allowed with the consent of the data subjects who are
party of a contract for the provision of electronic communication services (the “contracting parties”, definition that encompasses also legal persons, entities or associations).
The performance of such activities with regard to the above mentioned data subjects is conditional upon their express consent.


1) The European Union and the United States of America have entered into an Agreement (Official Journal of the European Union L195/5 of 27 July 2010) on the processing and transfer of financial messaging data from the European Union to the United States for the purposes of preventing and combating terrorism. The Agreement provides that, with regard to some financial transactions (e.g. international transfers) with the exclusion of those carried out in the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA), the United States Treasury Department may directly request data from the international finance messaging suppliers used by the Bank (currently the SWIFT Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunication). The strict guarantees concerning data integrity and security and their retention period are applied to the above mentioned treatment. Furthermore, the Agreement provides that the data subject’s right of access to his/her personal data can be exclusively exercised at the data protection authority of his/her own country, in Italy the Autorità Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali (website: www.garanteprivacy.it)