Elettronica - Retrieval of Italian Banks
by alphabetical order of banks, cities, provinces
and numerical order of banks' code (abi/cab) and
zip code, addresses.
Italiana - A bank with a "virtual"
informative counter on the Internet. Here you can
find many useful information about the services.
del Salento - Specialists in "tailor-made"
finance - Banca Del Salento is the largest
private bank of Southern Italy and is gradually
expanding nationwide through a widespread sales-point
network. Moreover, a Representative Office
operates in London since 1993.
Credito Cooperativo di Brescia -
Information about the history of the bank and
about its products and services.
Credito Cooperativo di Lesmo
Passadore & C.
Asolo e Montebelluna
Banca Popolare di
di Sondrio - The site informs about the
bank's institutional, cultural and public
Banca Popolare di
Verona - Information about the bank and
its services. Internet home banking.
Banca Sella S.p.A
- Cassa di Risparmio delle Province Lombard.
spa - CariPrato spa ... the first bank of
Prato Italy on Internet.
Risparmio di Cesena
- Cassa di Risparmio di Spoleto - A
successful bank, with over 150 years of history.
Risparmio di Torino
Interbancario di Tutela dei Depositi -
It's the site of the Italian Commercial banks'
Deposit Protection Scheme. It provides
information about the functioning of the scheme (limit
and scope of coverage, cases of intervention by
the Fund, etc.), the texts of the Statutes and by
laws and the Annual Reports of the FITD.
Centrale - A bank for development
offering business innovative financial solutions.
Monte dei Paschi
di Siena - Monte dei Paschi di Siena, the
oldest bank in the world, was created in 1472.
Banks - A site for bankers and all the
banking users : all about italian banks and the
italian way of banking.
Nouva Banca di
Credito di Trieste - A practical manual
for all Italian banking users, Informations, what
to do if .., exchange rates on line and other
services in Italian, English and Slovene.
Italiano - Founded in 1870 as the Banca
di Genova, and remaining under the control of IRI
until December 1993 when it was privatised, today
Credito Italiano is one of the five banks that
make up UniCredito Italiano, a new banking group
formed on 23rd October 1998 from the merger of
the Credito Italiano Group, constituted in 1995
with the aggregation of Credito Italiano and Rolo
Banca 1473, and Unicredito, which is comprised of
Cariverona, the Cassa di Risparmio Torino and
Cassamarca. UniCredito Italiano operates
throughout Italy with a network of around 2,700
branches. It employs 35.6 thousand staff. In
Northern Italy it holds a 12.5% share of the
banking services market. Net equity amounts to 12
trillion lire and it has an underlying
capitalisation of 36 trillion lire.