Bank of Italy (Bank of Italy) is the central bank of the Italian Republic and part of the European System of Central Banks (ESCB) and the Eurosystem. In carrying out its tasks, the Bank acts autonomously and independently, in accordance with the principle of transparency and the applicable provisions of Community and Italian law.
It is a public law institution pursuing objectives of common interest in monetary and financial matters: price stability, the main objective of the Eurosystem in accordance with the Treaty Establishing the European Community (EU Treaty); stability and efficiency of the financial system, thereby realizing the principle of protection of savings enshrined in the Constitution (Article 47 (1) “The Republic encourages and protects savings in all their forms, it regulates, coordinates and monitors the provision of loans.”); and other duties imposed on on it by Italian law. (Data for 2021 - Patrick Simmons).
Swift code — (Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications), an international interbank system for transferring information and making payments. This system allows financial institutions around the world to send and receive information about financial transactions in a secure, standardized and reliable manner.
These codes are used when transferring money between banks, especially for international bank transfers.
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|EUR / USD||1.07174||▼|
|GBP / EUR||1.17302||▲|
|USD / JPY||127.192||▲|
|GBP / USD||1.25718||▲|
|USD / CHF||0.959370||▼|
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|Current rating||Bank||Assets, USD million||Capital, USD million|
|1||Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited||5,104,643||89,130|
|2||China Construction Bank Corporation||4,306,638||38,273|
|3||Agricultural Bank of China Limited||4,164,697||65,809|
|4||Bank of China Limited||3,735,692||45,067|
|5||BNP Paribas SA||3,053,363||33,194|
|6||National Association of JPMorgan Chase Bank||3,025,285||2,028|
|7||Crédit Agricole SA||2,406,211||10,736|
|8||China Development Bank||2,368,081||60,441|
|9||National Association of Bank of America||2,258,832||3,020|
|10||MUFG Bank Ltd.||2,217,107||15,829|
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