Deutsche Bank SpA (formerly Banca d'America e d'Italia) is a XNUMX% subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, a German international banking and financial services company. Deutsche Bank SpA provides a wide range of financial services to private and corporate clients in Italy.
The bank offers various banking services and products for individuals; private banking products, including investment solutions, individual supplementary retirement plans, insurance products; business banking solutions for small and medium businesses; asset management services that include traditional equity investments, fund management and personalized management; corporate finance services, including strategic analysis of the business portfolio, etc. (data for 2021 - Fred Roberts).
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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|GBP / EUR||1.17660||▲|
|USD / JPY||127.506||▲|
|GBP / USD||1.25781||▲|
|USD / CHF||0.961870||▲|
|USD / CAD||1.28313||▲|
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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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