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Related Parties and Connected Persons
Pursuant to CONSOB Regulations adopted with Resolution No. 17221/2010, as well as the forecasts contained in Heading V, Chapter 5 of Bank of Italy Circular No. 263, dated December 27, 2006 and entitled "New prudential supervision provisions for banks" and all subsequent updates, the bank has approved a procedure for the management of operations with Related Parties, whose provisions are likewise extended to also include subsidiaries, as explained in greater detail in the procedure itself.

The purpose of the procedure concerning operations with associated parties and connected persons is to establish principles and rules to protect the organisation against the risk of potential conflicts of interest resulting from certain individuals' proximity to the bank's decision-making forums, a risk that could arise both in the case of transactions with CONSOB "Related Parties", pursuant the recalled Regulation and with “Connected Persons” as contemplated in Circular No. 263/2006, and in the case of the relevant interests of company representatives as per article 53, paragraph 4 and/or 136 of Legislative Decree No. 385, dated 1 September 1993 entitled "Consolidated Text of Laws relating to banking and credit", or "TUB".

The methodological premise put into practice is the mapping out of a single process that governs both operations with associated parties and operations that are in conflict of interests that could affect the performance of doBank and its subsidiaries.

This architecture also takes into account the clear similarities between the various particular situations which could plausibly end up overlapping.

As regards the management of transactions with Related Parties, doBank has established a Risk and Transactions with Connected Persons Committee, consisting of two Independent Directors and a non-Executive Director. This body is charged with providing the Board of Directors with motivated opinions regarding transactions with Related Parties and Connected Persons in cases governed by the procedure.