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Investitionsbank Trentino Südtirol – Mediocredito Trentino Alto Adige

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Industry  Financial services
Headquarters  Trento
Number of employees  85 (2015)
Total equity  181.3 million EUR (2015)
Founder  Italian government
Founded  13 March 1953
Total assets  1.344 billion EUR (2015)
Native name  Mediocredito Trentino – Alto Adige S.p.A. Investitionsbank Trentino Südtirol A.G.
Formerly called  Istituto per l'Esercizio del Credito a Medio e Lungo Termine nella Regione Trentino – Alto Adige
Type  public private joint venture
Number of locations  2 headquarters and 4 branches (2015)
Subsidiaries  Mediocredito Trentino Alto-Adige S.P.A., Asset Management Arm

Mediocredito Trentino – Alto Adige (German: Investitionsbank Trentino Südtirol) is an Italian investment bank based in Trento, Trentino. The bank served historically the autonomous provinces of Trentino and South Tyrol, but now extended to Lombardy (Brescia), Veneto (Treviso and Padua) and Emilia-Romagna (Bologna).



Istituto per l'Esercizio del Credito a Medio e Lungo Termine nella Regione Trentino – Alto Adige (Mediocredito Trentino – Alto Adige in short) was found in 1953 as a statutory corporation. At that time banks were separated from providing short term loan and medium and loan term loan, which several Mediocredito was set up to enhance the post war recovery. The Ministry of the Treasury provided 800 million lire (54%) and Trentino – South Tyrol Region 450 million lire (36%). Due to Legge Amato the bank became a Società per Azioni (limited company), with a share capital of 66.240 billion lire. It was later increased to 112,470,400,000 lire, or €58,484,608.


  • public entity
  • Trentino – South Tyrol (17.489%)
  • Trentino (17.489%)
  • South Tyrol (17.489%)
  • banks
  • Casse Rurali Raiffeisen Finanziaria (Cassa Centrale Banca - Cassa Centrale Raiffeisen dell'Alto Adige joint venture) (35.207%)
  • Südtiroler Sparkasse – Cassa di Risparmio di Bolzano (7.802%)
  • Südtiroler Volksbank – Banca Popolare dell'Alto Adige (2.895%)
  • Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Roma (ex-Banca Padovana) (0.213%)
  • ITAS Mutua (0.196%)
  • Banca del Veneziano (0.192%)
  • CentroMarca Banca (plus ex-Cassa Rurale ed Artigiana di Treviso) (0.146%)
  • Banca Alto Vicentino (0.107%)
  • Crediveneto (0.107%)
  • Banca Santo Stefano (0.085%)
  • Veneto Banca (0.085%)
  • Rovigo Banca (0.078%)
  • Banca di Credito Cooperativo di Marcon (0.071%)
  • Banca Sviluppo (0.071%)
  • Cassa Padana (0.064%)
  • Banca Veronese Credito Cooperativo di Concamarise (0.043%)
  • Banca di Credito Cooperativo delle Prealpi (0.043%)
  • Cassa Rurale e Artigiana di Vestenanova (0.043%)
  • Federazione Trentina della Cooperazione (0.043%)
  • Federazione Veneta delle Banche di Credito Cooperativo (0.043%)
  • Cassa Centrale Banca - Credito Cooperativo del Nord Est (0.001%)
  • Raiffeisen Landesbank Südtirol – Cassa Centrale Raiffeisen dell'Alto Adige (0.001%)
  • References

    Investitionsbank Trentino Südtirol – Mediocredito Trentino Alto Adige Wikipedia