Banca Popolare di Mantova
|Banca Popolare di Mantova|
|Società per Azioni|
|Predecessor||Banca Operaia di Pescopagano|
|Founded||2000 in Mantua|
|Headquarters||7 Piazza Martiri di Belfiore, Mantua, Italy|
|Total assets||€542,348,529 (2014)|
|Total equity||€35,354,237 (2014)|
BP Milano (62.62%)|
Zanetti family (13.22%)
Number of employees
|Parent||Banca Popolare di Milano|
|Capital ratio||9.39% (Tier 1)|
|Website||Official website (in Italian)|
The company was relocated from Pescopagano, Basilicata (as Banca Operaia di Pescopagano) to Mantua in 2000, which the branches of the original bank was acquired by Banca Bipielle Centrosud, a subsidiary of Banca Popolare di Lodi (BPL Group). In 2001 the bank increased to have 4 branches. The year BPL owned 57.41% shares directly. In 2002 Bipielle Retail became the sub-holding company for 56.35%, as well as one more branches was opened. In 2003 Reti Bancarie absorbed Bipielle Retail to become another sub-holding company. In 2004 BPL further disinvested the company to 52.32%, despite 2 more branches was opened. In 2005 BP Mantova had 8 branches. In 2006 Reti Bancarie was absorbed into BPL, which hold 55.01% shares of BP Mantova. In 2007 due to the merger of Banco Popolare di Verona e Novara and BPL, Banco Popolare S.C. became the new holding company of the bank. However, due to the branch network was overlapped with Banca Popolare di Verona – S.Geminiano e S.Prospero, Banco Popolare sold 56.99% shares of BP Mantova to Banca Popolare di Milano for €32.49 million in 2008.
- "Relazione e Bilancio della Banca Popolare di Mantova al 31 dicembre 2014" (PDF) (in Italian). Banca Popolare di Mantova. 25 February 2015. Retrieved 14 February 2016.
- "Omniaholding migliora la redditività". Il Sole 24 Ore (in Italian). 23 August 2011. Retrieved 10 March 2016.