Intesa Sanpaolo and FederlegnoArredo have signed an agreement for support and assistance to associated companies and the entire supply chain for the interventions provided by the “Superbonus” mechanisms and other tax incentives related to the home system introduced by the Government’s Relaunch Decree.
This partnership will offer the companies of the FederlegnoArredo system a package of solutions that respond to a double need: to support them in the execution phase of the works, with particular attention to the companies adhering to the SALE protocol (Wood and Building Reliability System, the protocol that allows qualified builders to access specific lines of mortgages for the green building construction sector) promoted by FederlegnoArredo, and to liquidate the tax credits acquired through the discount on the invoice.
“In a difficult period like the one we are experiencing, it is essential to find partnership between the business world and a primary credit institution, such as Intesa Sanpaolo” – declares Stefano Bordone, Deputy Vice President of FederlegnoArredo – In fact, in a process of efficiency and safety of our national construction landscape, as well as building replacement, it becomes essential to outline medium-term strategies in order to be able to speak of a new economy linked to the principles of sustainability and carbon neutrality. It should not be forgotten that wood has the potential to become the first mitigation factor for global warming”.
Stefano Barrese, head of the “Bank of territories” Intesa Sanpaolo Division declares: “Today’s agreement with FederlegnoArredo further consolidates the collaboration with the association which began two years ago on the occasion of the serious calamitous events that hit the regions of north-east Italy and subsequently strengthened with the ceiling of 1 billion euro to encourage innovation and circular economy processes. In this delicate phase of economic recovery, our priority, as the first bank in the country, is to always favor credit and, in this, initiatives with trade associations are fundamental. In addition, attention to the issue of sustainable development will also be a crucial step for the relaunch of SMEs that are oriented towards improvement in the social and governance fields from an ESG perspective“.