A 1999 attempt to form an alliance wth Banca Commerciale Italiana fell through in the face of opposition from Bank of Italy governor Antonio Fazio.
What does COMIT stand for?
COMIT stands for Banca Commerciale Italiana (Italian bank)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Italy's export credit agency SACE guaranteed $1 bn in loans extended to the Blue Stream JV by a syndicate of Mediocredito Centrale and Banca Commerciale Italiana.
From the former, there were representatives of the Federal Reserve Bank, Merrill Lynch, the American Stock Exchange, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, Chemical Bank, the Bank of Tokyo Trust and the Banca Commerciale Italiana.
3, 2000, with Italy's export credit agency SACE now providing guarantees for $1 bn in loans being extended by a syndicate of Mediocredito Centrale and Banca Commerciale Italiana.