[automatically translated] The Cooperative Banks (BCC) are characterized by the essentially mutualistic of their activities, limited to a territorial scope established statutorily. The achievement of economic results and the capital appreciation assume, therefore, an instrumental for the achievement of the company mission, summarized in the pursuit of socio-economic development and finance of local communities. However, regulatory factors and market dynamics have helped, over time, to produce considerable changes in operations and localism of the BCC. The article analyzes the main business results of the Sicilian BCC and competitive challenges to their traditional business model.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2014|