The article explains the important role of the relations between Jewish and Catholic private bankers in the period of entrepreneurial and financial dynamism that characterizes the decades of Italian national Unity. The case study of the Parodi bank in Genoa explains the function of Italian “private bankers”, starting from the Ligurian city, creating a network of relationships that covers both the entire territory of the peninsula and other areas of the continent. This analysis was made possible also thanks to the correspondence preserved in the archives of the Rothschild banks of London and Paris.
Banche private in Italia nel XIX secolo. Il network "ebraico" dei Parodi di Genova / Romani, M.; Maffi, Luciano. - In: MATERIA GIUDAICA. - ISSN 2282-4499. - XXIV(2019), pp. 91-100.
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