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Public or 'state-owned' banks proliferated globally in the late 19th and early 20th centuries as vital agents of industrialisation in capitalist and socialist countries alike; as late as 2012, state banks still owned and controlled up to 25 per cent of total global banking assets.
Public banks by States
- La Banque Postale (Created on January 1, 2006 through the transfer of financial services of La Poste)
- Caisse des Depots et Consignations
- Crédit Municipal de Paris
- Tavola Pecuniaria, first historical model of the system of public banks (XV century)
- Banca d'Italia
- Banque publique : une entreprise bancaire qui dépend de l’État - ComprendreChoisir.com
- Marois, Thomas (2016). "State-Owned Banks and Development: Dispelling Mainstream Myths". Handbook of Research on Comparative Economic Development Perspectives on Europe and the MENA Region: 52–72.