List of Banks in Italy




Italian banks are gradually joining the world of the Internet and making it possible for their clients to do their banking online.



ABI - Associazione Bancaria Italiana
Palazzo Altieri - Piazza del Gesł, 49
00186 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 67671
Fax: +39 06 6767457
Activities: ABI (Italian banks association) promotes an ordered stable and efficient growth of the financial and banking system, agreeing to both national and european competitive normative law.

Banca Credito Italiano - Unicredit Group
Piazzale dell'Industria, 46
00144 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 54631
Fax: +39 06 54237006
Activities: Unicredito italiano stands out for its multibusiness structure: a network of financial advisors, in-store branches, telephone banking and on-line trading offered by the various group banks.

Banca d'Italia
Via Nazionale, 91
00184 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 47921
Fax: +39 06 47922983
Activities: the functions of Banca d'Italia are currency issue; banking and financial supervision; market oversight; safeguarding competition in the credit market; economic and institution analysis, research and study; and, jointly with the European central bank, oversight over payment systems.

Banca Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
Via del Corso, 232
00187 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 67341
Activities: it is one of the most important banks in Italy and it operates mostly in traditional banking activity, special credit, asset management, bancassurance and investment banking.

Banca Nazionale Del lavoro - BNP Paribas
Via Vittorio Veneto, 119
00187 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 47021
Fax: +39 06 47026263
Activities: BNL is specialized in financial services, remote banking, online banking (e-family) and operates through an international network of branches.

Banca Popolare Di Bergamo
Via dei Crociferi, 44
00187 Rome
Tel.: +39 06.6979181
Fax: +39 06.6781925
Activities: BPB is a multi-functional bank which operates in insurance, leasing and merchant banking areas.

Banca Di Roma - Unicredit Group
320 Via del Corso
00186 Rome
tel.: +39 06.67071
Fax: +39 06 6707-3783
Activities: The activities of the group Banca di Roma are: main credit services, asset management, and long-distance banking services for enterprises and firms.

Gruppo Bancario Banco Di Napoli
Via del Seminario, 73
00186 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 67604916
Fax: +39 06 67604937
Activities: It provides traditional financial and banking services and new economy and business assistance.

Piazza di Spagna, 15
00187 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 6758291
Fax: +39 06 6795877
Activities: Financial credit bank, structured, asset and corporate finance, capital equity market.

Via Piemonte, 51
00187 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 47911
Fax: +39 06 4791543
Activities: Specialized in corporate banking, investment banking, company credit and private equity.

SanPaolo IMI
Via della Stamperia, 64
00187 Rome
Tel.: +39 06 69763911



Banca Nazionale Del lavoro
Piazza San Fedele, 1/3
20121 Milan
Tel.: +39 02 80241

Banca Popolare Di Milano
Piazza Filippo Meda, 4
20121 Milan
Tel.: +39 02 76019033

Monte Dei Paschi Di Siena
Via Santa Margherita, 11
20121 Milan
Tel.: +39 02 69701

San Paolo Imi
Via Maffeo Bagarotti, 5
20152 Milan
Tel.: +39 02 47998521

Piazza Cordusio, 3
20123 Milan
Tel.: +39 02 88621
Activities: UniCredito Italiano is the largest banking group in Italy in terms of operating income and market capitalization and second as regards interest margin and income from banking activities.



1 Banca delle Marche Italy
2 Banca di Credito di Trieste Italy
3 Banca di Roma Italy
4 Banca Nazionale del Lavoro S.p.A. Italy
5 Banca Passadore e C. S.p.A Italy
6 Banca Popolare dell'Etruria e del Lazio Italy
7 Banca Popolare di Bergamo Italy
8 Capitalia Banking Group Italy
9 Intesa Sanpaolo Italy
10 La Banca Commerciale Italiana Italy
11 UniCredit Group Italy
12 Banca Carime Italy
13 Banca d'Italia Italy


Italy has a capitalist economy with high gross domestic product (GDP) per capita and developed infrastructure. According to the International Monetary Fund, in 2008 Italy was the seventh-largest economy in the world and the fourth-largest in Europe. Italy is member of the Group of Eight (G8) industrialized nations, the European Union and the OECD.

In the post-war period, Italy was transformed from a weak, agricultural based economy which had been severely affected by the consequences of World War II, into one of the world's most industrialized nations, and a leading country in world trade and exports. According to the World Bank, Italy has high levels of freedom for investments, business and trade. Italy is a developed country, and, according to The Economist, has the world's 8th highest quality of life.The country enjoys a very high standard of living. According to the last Eurostat data, Italian per capita GDP at purchasing power parity remains approximately equal to the EU average,[while the unemployment rate (8.5%) stands as one of the EU's lowest.[74] Italy owns the world's 4th largest gold reserve. The country is also well-known for its influential and innovative business economic sector, an industrious and competitive agricultural sector (Italy is the world's largest wine producer), and for its creative and high-quality automobile, industrial, appliance and fashion design





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