Banco Popolare Società Cooperativa - Italian cooperative bank. In June 2009, the company became the first Italian bank to receive government assistance from the Italian government due to the ongoing financial crisis. This bank has branches and ATMs in different cities, to find the nearest bank or ATM, use the card. The bank offers consumer lending, corporate finance and asset management services. The nearest banks and ATMs are marked on the map.
Banco Popolare is a group of large local banks firmly rooted in their communities with a history of serving families and small businesses. Banco Popolare is one of the leading Italian banking groups with nearly 2,200 branches, 200,000 to 20,000 customers and more than XNUMX XNUMX employees. It is a landmark in the regions where it is historically present, such as Veneto, Lombardy, Piedmont, Liguria, Tuscany and Emilia-Romagna. ...
Banco Popolare was formed in 2007 through the merger of Banco Popolare di Verona e Novara (BVPN) and Banca Popolare Italiana (BPI). (Data for 2021 - George Matthews).
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|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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