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UniCredit is a leading European commercial bank with an international network spanning 50 markets, with more than 9,200 branches and over 150,000 employees. The Group operates in 20 European countries.

UniCredit benefits from a strong European identity, extensive international presence and broad customer base.

Its strategic position in Western and Eastern Europe gives the group one of the region's highest market shares.

Long-standing banking tradition

UniCredit’s origins date back over five centuries to the establishment of Rolo Banca in 1473, when Monte di Pietà, a public institute providing secured loans, was created in Bologna. In 1998, UniCredito Italiano was created via the merger of Credito Italiano, Rolo Banca, Cariverona, Cassa di Risparmio di Torino, Cassamarca, Cassa di Risparmio di Trento e Rovereto and Cassa di Risparmio di Trieste.

In 1999, a federal banking model was introduced, and the development of a customer-based segmentation took place along with expansion into the growth markets of Central and Eastern Europe. The expansion process started with the acquisition of the Polish bank Bank Pekao.

In 2001, a reorganisation by market segments was implemented, with a multi-specialist structure in three main business divisions: Retail, Corporate, Private Banking and Asset Management.

In 2002, the expansion into growth markets continued with the acquisition of Zagrebacka Banka (Croatia), Demirbank Romania — then UniCredit Romania — and Živnostenskå Banka (Czech Republic), followed by an agreement with Koç (Turkey). In 2005, UniCredit combined its business with the German HVB Group, and in 2007 with the Italian Capitalia Group.

Global Transaction Banking (GTB)

UniCredit offers the following GTB products and services:

Cash and Liquidity Management

With an individual approach to customers’ requirements, our cash management specialists take account of the complete financial value chain.

Starting with an in-depth analysis of processing and cash flow management, then moving on to day-to-day electronic banking, and finally finding the most effective solutions for managing group-wide European liquidity positions and assets, we seek ways of improving our customers’ current cash management activities or of catering to their specific demands to their utmost satisfaction.

Trade Finance and Services, Supply Chain Management, Correspondent Banking

Our Trade Finance range extends from traditional products and services, such as guarantees, documentary collections, letters of credit and forfaiting, to highly competitive and cutting-edge business solutions such as Global Trade Management accompanying the entire global supply chain.

Structured Trade and Export Finance

  • export finance
  • commodity trade finance
  • receivables finance
  • structuring of transactions
  • providing of add-on services and research products
  • access to our vast worldwide network
  • presence and local knowledge in the key importing markets all over the world
  • tailored financing and end-to-end solutions (e.g. structured purchase of receivables)
  • solid and long-term relationships with export credit agencies