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Intesa Sanpaolo S. In it was the largest banking group in Italy by market capitalization , and second by total assets. Banca Intesa and Sanpaolo IMI , the two banks that merged in to create Intesa Sanpaolo, were themselves the product of many mergers. The following year Banca Commerciale Italiana joined the group. The oldest part of the banking group is Cariplo Sp. The cassa di risparmio was started by an Italian philanthropic group, the Central Committee of Charity; a response by the government to the hard economic times of the early 19th century.
In the early 20th century the bank helped Italian companies in the North obtain capital during and after World Wars 1 and 2, chiefly under the guidance of Giordano Dell'Amore. The bank increased in size during the s due to numerous acquisitions Citibank Italia, Banca Vallone di Galatina and European securities dealer Caboto among others. From to , Intesa Sanpaolo write down the value of investment in Banca delle Marche a minority interests of 5. The shareholders of the banks was bail-in in the rescue plan in The —17 business plan of the bank stated that the banking group would simplified their legal structure.
A unified website was also used for the remaining retail banks of the group in In —17, the banking group also sold their non-core businesses, such as the 0.
On 26 June ,  as part of a government funded bail-out of the depositors and the bail-in of the investors of the failed banks , Intesa Sanpaolo acquired the good assets of Banca Popolare di Vicenza BPVi and Veneto Banca , including some of the subsidiaries such as Banca Apulia and Banca Nuova. The branches of BPVi and Veneto Banca would at first became branches of Intesa Sanpaolo, but some of them would be closed down in the near future for efficiency, as Intesa Sanapolo was also one of the major bank in Veneto region which the failed banks based.
On 6 February , 10 further mergers were announced in the — business plan: Banco di Napoli. Many shareholders of the group were the former owner foundation of the saving banks that were acquired by Intesa and Sanapaolo IMI through shares swap. For example, as of 31 December , Fondazione Carisap Ascoli held 0. Intesa Sanpaolo has a single-tiered corporate governance system in which the Board of Directors alone are in charge of strategic supervision and control.
The latter duty is carried out by the Management Control Committee instead of the Board of Directors itself. The bank adopted this single-tiered system in April , replacing the former two-tiered structure. The supervisory board was appointed by shareholders in their annual meeting. It supervised the activities carried out by the management board and, in particular, approved the main strategic initiatives proposed by the management board.
The management board appointed one of its members to be the CEO. Members were appointed on April 27, for the following financial years: , and Table with a comparison of Intesa Sanpaolo financial performance over the last years. The group's operations are segmented into 7 parts . In addition to its strong presence in Italy, Intesa Sanpaolo has branches and representative offices around the world.
The Group also directly controls many foreign banks, especially in Central-Eastern Europe and Middle East and North Africa , with around 1, branches and about 8.
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