The Chievo crisis also threatens to overwhelm Paluani, the company of the Campedelli family. As reported by the Corriere di Verona, Paluani requested the arrangement with creditors from the Court of Verona, a request accepted by the judges who “granted the company until February 22, 2022 to present the settlement proposal”.
The situation of Chievo weighs heavily in the procedure. The Corriere explains: “Paluani recalls that he has credits towards Chievo for 3.5 million by way of shareholder loan and” having given sureties for about 11.7 million “, to Chievo,” on a debt exposure that at 19 October 2021 is equal to 6.9 million “”, but how much the pandemic has also affected, with the balance sheet closed at 30 June 2020 which “speaks of revenues of 53.7 million compared to 58 the previous year, with a loss of 1.7 million against a profit of 105 thousand euros in 2019 “.
The goal is to save a company that turns 100 this year, employs 150 people and is present in 40 countries.