Associazione Bancaria Italiana

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Associazione Bancaria Italiana is the trade association of Italian banks. The association was found in 1919, few years after the Association of Italian saving banks (ACRI found 1912), the Association of Italian rural credit union (Cassa Rurale ed Artigiana found 1915) and more than 40 years after the Association of people's banks of Italy (Banca Popolare, found 1876).[1]



  1. ^ "Storia" [Story] (in Italian). Associazione Bancaria Italiana. Retrieved 24 April 2016. 

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