Invicta, the Italian backpack specialist, is reportedly about to be sold to Green Arrow Capital, the investment firm chaired by Luisa Todini. According to reports in L'Economia, the economy supplement of Corriere della Sera, Green Arrow is ready to acquire a 55 percent stake in Seven, the holding company that bought the Invicta brand from Diadora in 2006. Seven was founded in 1973 by the Di Stasio brothers. Upon completion of the transaction, the Di Stasios will continue to invest in the company and will hold key management roles. Bruno and Roberto Di Stasio will each retain a 10 percent stake while Aldo Di Stasio's stake will increase from 20 to 25 percent. Furthermore, Bruno will be Seven's chairman, with responsibilities in finance and administration, while Aldo, who was already in charge of the company's development strategies, will be responsible for all operational functions. Seven currently has a turnover of around €80 million.