Largest Banks in Italy by Assets

By  Carlson C. , views , updated
Categories: Business Europe
Dataset contains 3 data items (see table below).

Overview

Largest Banks in Italy by Assets - the largest bank in Italy is UniCredit with US$1,004.79 billion in assets. At second, is the Intesa Sanpaolo (US$961.22 billion in assets), followed by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti, with US$503.76 billion in assets.

 Compare UniCredit with Cassa Depositi E Prestiti

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Largest Banks in Italy by Assets

UniCredit.   UniCredit is the largest bank in Italy, Europe, with total assets under management of US$1,004.79 billion (global rank of 28).

 

 Compare UniCredit with UBS from Switzerland.

 Compare UniCredit with Commerzbank from Germany.

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Intesa Sanpaolo.   Intesa Sanpaolo is the second largest bank in Italy, Europe, by total assets under management, with a value of US$961.22 billion (global rank of 32).

 

 Compare Intesa Sanpaolo with Banco Bilbao Vizcaya Argentaria from Spain.

 Compare Intesa Sanpaolo with Royal Bank Of Scotland Group from United Kingdom.

Cassa Depositi E Prestiti.   Cassa Depositi E Prestiti is the third largest bank in Italy, Europe, by total assets under management, with a value of US$503.76 billion (global rank of 57).

 

 Compare Cassa Depositi E Prestiti with Royal Bank Of Scotland Group from United Kingdom.

 Compare Cassa Depositi E Prestiti with UniCredit from Italy.

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