Francesco Gaetano Caltagirone’s decision to resign from the board of Generali “is an inevitable step, a sign that this time it will be highly unlikely that a final compromise will be reached”. The economist Lucio Lamberti says this to Adnkronos. “In the insurance and banking risk that is changing the geography of our financial structure – he remembers – the Generali game will have a significant weight. Beyond the technical issues that will continue to fuel controversy, including the issue of the loan and the presentation of lists on the part of the outgoing board of directors, the crux of the power relations with Mediobanca and the aggregating role of Generali in the coming years remain at the center of the dispute “, argues Lamberti. “In the midst of the pandemic crisis, it is physiological for landslides to accelerate. The change that now involves all the major financial institutions is drawing the protagonists of the next tomorrow. As in the Bper-Carige aggregative affair, or the Montepaschi affair. It is therefore normal that in this scenario Caltagirone, Della Valle and other entrepreneurs, who have invested heavily in finance, should try to be protagonists even more than in the past “, concludes Lamberti.