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This article lists the largest companies in Italy in terms of their revenue, net profit and total assets, according to the American business magazines Fortune and Forbes. Exor, who would be the largest company by revenue, is listed by Fortune as a dutch company.

2019 Fortune listEdit

This list displays the all 6 Italian companies in the Fortune Global 500, which ranks the world's largest companies by annual revenue. The figures below are given in millions of US dollars and are for the fiscal year 2018.[1] Also listed are the headquarters location, net profit and industry sector of each company.

Rank Fortune 500
rank
Name Industry Revenue
(USD millions)
Profits
(USD millions)
Employees Headquarters
1 83 Eni Oil and gas 90,800 4,869 31,701 Rome
2 89 Enel Electric utility 89,306 5,651 69,272 Rome
3 92 Assicurazioni Generali Insurance 88,157 2,725 70,734 Trieste
4 315 Intesa Sanpaolo Finance 39,051 4,800 92,117 Turin
5 355 Poste italiane Logistics 35,071 1,651 132,388 Rome
6 425 UniCredit Banking 29,332 4,594 86,786 Milan

2019 Forbes listEdit

This list is based on the Forbes Global 2000, which ranks the world's 2,000 largest publicly traded companies. The Forbes list takes into account a multitude of factors, including the revenue, net profit, total assets and market value of each company; each factor is given a weighted rank in terms of importance when considering the overall ranking. The table below also lists the headquarters location and industry sector of each company. The figures are in billions of US dollars and are for the fiscal year 2018. All 27 Italian companies in the Forbes 2000 are listed.[2]

Rank Forbes
2000 rank
Name Headquarters Revenue
(billions
US$)
Profit
(billions
US$)
Assets
(billions
US$)
Value
(billions
US$)
Industry
1 77 Enel Rome 86.3 5.7 189.1 63.1 Electric utilities
2 91 Eni Rome 89.4 5.0 139.5 62.5 Oil and gas
3 130 Intesa Sanpaolo Turin 28.1 4.8 900.5 45.9 Finance
4 144 Assicurazioni Generali Trieste 92.1 2.7 588.5 30.1 Insurance
5 156 UniCredit Rome 31.1 4.5 950.5 32.0 Banking
6 331 Poste italiane Milan 35.1 1.7 238.8 14.0 Logistics
7 610 Atlantia Rome 6.9 1.0 91.2 21.1 Transportation
8 750 Unipol Gruppo Bologna 16.4 0.8 87.6 3.7 Insurance
9 759 Telecom Italia Rome and Milan 22.4 -1.6 75.5 12.2 Telecommunication
10 912 Mediobanca Milan 3.5 1.0 84.4 9.4 Banking
11 931 Snam San Donato Milanese 2.9 1.1 25.9 16.5 Oil and gas
12 980 Leonardo S.p.A. Rome 14.4 0.6 29.2 6.9 Aerospace and defense
13 1167 Terna Rome 2.6 0.8 19.6 12.1 Electric utilities
14 1181 UBI Banca Bergamo 5.6 0.5 143.2 3.6 Banking
15 1190 Ferrari Amsterdam and Maranello 4.0 0.9 5.5 25.2 Automotive
16 1332 Banco BPM Milan 6.1 -0.1 183.4 3.6 Banking
17 1384 BPER Banca Milan and Verona 2.9 0.5 80.7 2.3 Banking
18 1499 Cattolica Assicurazioni Verona 7.1 0.1 39.1 1.6 Insurance
19 1528 Banca MPS Siena 4.0 0.3 149.2 1.7 Banking
20 1609 Pirelli Milan 6.1 0.5 14.9 7.2 Automotive parts
21 1715 FinecoBank Milan 1.1 0.3 28.3 8.3 Banking
22 1729 Banca Mediolanum Basiglio 3.9 0.3 54.1 5.5 Insurance
23 1776 Credito Emiliano Reggio Emilia 2.3 0.2 49.3 1.9 Banking
24 1796 Banca Popolare di Sondrio Sondrio 1.3 0.1 47.0 1.3 Banking
25 1875 Saipem San Donato Milanese 10.1 -0.6 13.5 5.2 Oil and Gas
26 1904 Prysmian Group Milan 12.0 0.1 11.6 4.8 Technology
27 1985 Saras S.p.A. Sarroch 12.1 0.2 3.4 1.7 Oil and Gas

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Global 500". Fortune. Retrieved 2019-07-25.
  2. ^ "The World's Largest Public Companies". Forbes. Retrieved 2019-07-25.