Generali Group


          Shares history 1906

          The company’s share capital was converted from florins a.c. to 10,500,000 crowns and increased by 2,100,000 crowns through the issue of 1,000 new shares at a nominal value of 2,100 crowns each in the proportion of one new share for every five held for a price of 630 crowns (3/10 of the nominal value), plus a premium of 10,800 crowns allocated to the Profit Reserve and the Life Premium Reserve.
          Following these changes, the company’s share capital was 12,600,000 crowns (3/10 paid up), divided into 6,000 shares with a nominal value of 2,100 crowns each.