The bank required a second bail-out by Italian Government in 2017, in which the good assets of the bank were acquired by Intesa Sanpaolo for 1, and the government funded the recapitalization and the cost of ...
The bank required a second bail-out by Italian Government in 2017, in which the good assets of the bank were acquired by Intesa Sanpaolo for 1, and the government funded the recapitalization and the cost of closure of branches. The remaining portion of BPVi would be wound down and liquidated.
Banca Popolare Di Vicenza S.C.p.A, together with its subsidiaries, provides retail and corporate banking services primarily in Italy. The company offers various deposit products, including current accounts and unrestricted deposits, restricted deposits, repurchase agreements, bonds, sight deposits, time deposits, and certificates of deposits; and loans consisting of mortgage loans and personal loans. It also provides lending secured against one fifth of salary/pension, as well as loans that are repaid through withholdings from salaries/pensions, primarily to public-sector employees; debit and credit cards; finance leases and factoring services; and debt securities. In addition, the company is involved in the letting and rental of its buildings to third parties, as well as the management and administration of its buildings; management of assets, investment funds, mutual funds; and provision of extraordinary financing to small and medium enterprises. As of December 31, 2011, it had a network of 639 branches. The company was founded in 1866 and is headquartered in Vicenza, Italy.