Paris - Compagnie International de Banque (CIB), later Cariplo Banque and Banca Intesa (France) SA

city Paris
address 42 Rue la Boétie

S.A. Compagnie Internationale de Banque (CIB) was a small Parisian bank founded in 1965. It operated from a single small branch located in a large rented space on Rue la Boétie 42, in a prestigious area located between the Champs Élysées, Boulevard Haussman and Place de la Concorde. It was a lending institution that undertook all the usual banking transactions and managed its clients' portfolios, active mainly in the field of corporate acquisitions.
In 1988 CARIPLO acquired 67% of the bank, choosing it over other French banks because of its vitality and efficiency. It had these qualities due to the fact that it had never been nationalized, and therefore had not had to undergo the process of denationalization like other French financial institutions.
In subsequent years CARIPLO acquired a total of 99.992% of the shares of the bank, which in 1992 was renamed Cariplo Banque and later Banca Intesa (France) SA. In 2003 the latter merged with Banca Commerciale Italiana (France).


ASI-CAR, VCA; October 26, 1987; vol. 55, pp. 158-162
ASI-CAR, VCA; March 28, 1988; vol. 55, pp. 440-441
ASI-CAR, Financial Statements

other banks in the same country Paris - Sanpaolo IMI, later Intesa Sanpaolo - Representative Office Paris - Banque Française & Italienne pour l'Amérique du Sud (Sudameris) Paris - Banco di Napoli - Representative Office Paris - Cassa di Risparmio di Firenze - Representative Office Paris - CARIPLO - Representative Office Paris - Banque Commerciale Tunisienne, later Société Générale de l'Afrique du Nord Paris - Banque Industrielle de Chine, later Banque Franco-Chinoise pour le Commerce et l'industrie Paris - Banca Commerciale Italiana France (Comitfrance), later Banca Sudameris France and subsequently Banca Commerciale Italiana France Paris - Banca Commerciale Italiana - Representative Office Paris - Istituto Bancario San Paolo - Representative Office Paris - Istituto Bancario San Paolo - Branch Paris - Banco di Napoli - Branch Paris - Banque Vernes et Commerciale de Paris, later Banque Sanpaolo
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