UniCredit's new management team aims to revive the Italian lender's fortunes. They face a sizeable task to make the sprawling empire deliver on its constituent parts, particularly as the eurozone crisis threatens to suck in Italy and the bank's shareprice is sliding. However, the new CEO of the corporate and investment bank is confident that UniCredit can do it. 

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