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Credito Agrario Bresciano

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Fate  merger
Founded  1883
Ceased operations  1998
Defunct  1998
Headquarters  Brescia
Native name  Credito Agrario Bresciano
Successor  Banca Lombarda Group Banco di Brescia

Credito Agrario Bresciano (CAB) was an Italian bank based in Brescia, Italy.

History

In 1991, CAB acquired Banca Carnica and Banca Zanone. In 1993, CAB acquired GAIC SIM.

In 1998 the bank merged with Banca San Paolo di Brescia to form Banca Lombarda Group. More specifically, Banco di San Giorgio, a subsidiary of CAB, remained as a separate entity, while the former branches of CAB and Banca San Paolo di Brescia were merged into Banco di Brescia on 1 January 1999.

References

Credito Agrario Bresciano Wikipedia


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