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Credito Italiano also known as just Credit, was an Italian bank, now part of UniCredit. It was merged with Unicredito in 1998, forming Unicredito Italiano (now UniCredit). Circa 1999 to 2002 UniCredit created a new subsidiary of the same name to run the retail network of Credito Italiano. On 1 July 2002 the subsidiary received the assets of sister banks to become UniCredit Banca.

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  • Unicredit Banca
  • Credito Italiano
  • Credito Italiano
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  • Die Unicredit Banca S.p.A. (Eigenschreibweise: UniCredit Banca) ist eine 100%-ige Tochtergesellschaft der Unicredit mit Sitz in Bologna. Innerhalb der Unicredit-Gruppe ist es für die Betreuung von Privatkunden und kleineren Unternehmen in Italien zuständig. 1998 haben sieben Banken (Credito Italiano, Rolo Banca, Cariverona, Cassamarca, Cassa di Risparmio di Torino, Cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto und Cassa di Risparmio di Trieste) zur UniCredit Banca fusioniert.
  • Credito Italiano fue un banco italiano, ahora parte del grupo UniCredit. Fue absorbido por Unicredit en 1998.
  • La banque Credito Italiano S.p.A. ou Credit, comme l'on appelé les italiens, fut l'une des premières banques et l'une des plus importantes du pays. Elle avait été définie au lendemain de la première guerre mondiale, comme Banco di Roma et Banca Commerciale Italiana, banques d'intérêt national, contrôlées par l'IRI (Institut de reconstruction industrielle).
  • Il Credito Italiano (abbreviato Credit) è stata una delle prime e più importanti banche italiane; insieme a Banco di Roma e Banca Commerciale Italiana, era una delle tre Banche di interesse nazionale (BIN), controllate dall'IRI.
  • Credito Italiano also known as just Credit, was an Italian bank, now part of UniCredit. It was merged with Unicredito in 1998, forming Unicredito Italiano (now UniCredit). Circa 1999 to 2002 UniCredit created a new subsidiary of the same name to run the retail network of Credito Italiano. On 1 July 2002 the subsidiary received the assets of sister banks to become UniCredit Banca.
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