Banks in Italy

Banks in ItalyThe banking system of Italy is divided into two parts: the first one is the country's central bank - Bank of Italy, and the second - by the country's commercial and specialized banks, like cooperative credit banks and mutual banks.

List of Banks in Italy

Poste Italiane Bancoposta

Poste Italiane Bancoposta

Bancoposta is a division of the Italian Post Office that provides financial services such as current and savings accounts, issuing of prepaid banking cards, payment services (dispensing pensions, post bulletins, cheques, etc.), foreign exchange trading, loans, investment services, and insurance.

Deutsche Bank Italia

Deutsche Bank Italia

Italy is the largest European market after Germany for Deutsche bank. With about 4,000 employees, 550 retail outlets and over 1,550 financial advisers nationwide, the company is among the most important international financial groups in the country, where it operates both as a commercial and investment bank.

BNP Paribas BNL D’Italia

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Part of BNP Paribas Group, founded in 1913, BNL is one of the leading banking groups in Italy, with about 2.5 million retail customers, including 130 thousand small businesses and professionals and over 33 thousand between companies and institutions. At the end of 2014, revenues amounted to 3.2 billion euros.


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CheBanca! is the direct banking arm of Mediobanca, offering bank accounts, savings, asset management, mortgages, and insurance products through the Internet, telephone, and its 47 offices across Italy.

Intesa Sanpaolo

Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Logo

Intesa Sanpaolo is one of the largest and well-known banks in Italy and abroad, with 45.9 billion euros ranked the 6th Italian financial group by revenue (and among the top 500 in the world).

Banca UniCredit

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It is an Italian branch of the Unicredit banking group, which is one of the largest European financial conglomerates. Among the group’s subsidiaries are Hypo Vereinsbank AG, Bank of Austria, Creditanstalt, Bank Pekao, Zagreb bank.


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Mediobanca is a large bank in Italy (3,570 employees as for 2014) with head office in Milan. The bank operates in investment, retail, private banking, and investment management areas.

Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena

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Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena represents the Montepaschi Group, one of the largest and oldest banking groups in the country. The bank’s main services are retail and investment banking, insurance, and investment management.

Banca Popolare di Milano

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Banca Popolare di Milano is a part of the BPM Group, which is one of the biggest financial holdings in Italy with 8,357 employees and more than 1.4 million customers. The bank’s head office is located at Piazza Filippo Meda 4 in Milan.

Banca Carige

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It is the heading company of the Banca Carige Group, one of the six banking, insurance and pension conglomerates in Italy, headquartered in Genova.

UBI Banca

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UBI Banca is one of the largest banks in Italy, serving customers with 1560 branches and employing more than 18000 people. The bank’s shares are included in the FTSE MIB index and are circulating on the Italian Stock Exchange.

Banco Popolare

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Banco Popolare is an Italian cooperative banking network with about 1900 branches, based in Verona. The bank is listed on the Italian Stock Exchange where it ranked 15th among the other financial institutions in the country (also 10th among all banks in Italy).

Banca Sella

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Banca Sella S.p.A is a bank headquartered in Biella, Italy. The bank provides banking, insurance and asset management services for its clients across the Europe. It also known in Italy for its brand, under which it offers internet banking products.

Banca Mediolanum

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The banking arm of the Gruppo Mediolanum, an Italian financial group, that operates in the banking and insurance sector and headquartered in Milan. The main bank’s services include current accounts, mortgages and loans, investment securities and insurance.

Veneto Banca

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Banca Veneto is a bankĀ in Italy, the heading company of the cooperative banking group Veneto Banca Group, one of the 14 local financial institutions.