Amadeo Pietro Giannini (Italian pronunciation: [amaˈdɛːo ˈpjɛːtro dʒanˈniːni]), also known as Amadeo Peter Giannini or A. P. Giannini (May 6, 1870 – June 3, 1949) was an American banker who founded the Bank of Italy, which became Bank of America. Giannini is credited as the inventor of many modern banking practices.
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A.P. Giannini, in full Amadeo Peter Giannini, (born May 6, 1870, San Jose, California, U.S.—died June 3, 1949, San Mateo, California), American banker, founder of the California-based Bank of Italy—later the Bank of America—which, by the 1930s, was the world’s largest commercial bank.
Amadeo Peter Giannini has been called "America's banker." His Italian father traveled home from the California gold fields, then brought a Genoese bride back to San Jose in mid-1869, via the...
Amadeo Peter Giannini was born in San Jose, California in 1870. The son of Italian immigrants had an outsized personality and unlimited faith in the American dream. Giannini began by selling fruits and vegetables from a horse-drawn wagon. But he was made for bigger things.
Meet Amadeo Giannini: The Son of Immigrants Who Built Bank of America Published by Thibault Kuten on September 3, 2021 Today, Bank of America is one of the largest banks in the US (and the world for that matter!) Yet few actually know the story of Amadeo Giannini, the man who helped found it and turn it into the giant it is today!
Amadeo Pietro Giannini, also known as A.P. Giannini, was the man who began the democratization of banking and helped California become one of the world's largest economies. Amadeo was the son of Italian immigrants. His father, Luigi Giovanni, and his mother Maria Virginia De Martini, immigrated to San Jose, California from the small village of ...
Amadeo Peter Giannini was born on May 6, 1870 in San Jose, California. Known affectionately as “A.P.,” Giannini was not only an innovator in banking, but also a man with remarkable integrity and extraordinary faith in human character. The son of Italian immigrants, A.P. left school at age 13 to work in a wholesale produce business in San Francisco.
Giannini, in full Amadeo Peter Giannini, (born May 6, 1870, San Jose, California, U.S.?died June 3, 1949, San Mateo, California), American banker, founder of the California-based Bank of Italy?later the Bank of America?which, by the 1930s, was the world’s largest commercial bank
In 1959 Francis Amadeo Giannini published a weird book entitled Worlds Beyond the Poles. He was probably born in the late 1800s or early 1900s—maybe on exact a date as 1898, as the Oregon death index has someone by that exact name being born (somewhere) on 3 October 1898 (and dying in Multnomah County on 26 November 1973).
Bank of America founder Amadeo P. Giannini owned this three-bedroom, three-bath house at 20 El Cerrito Ave. in San Mateo in the early 1900s. He started Bank of Italy in 1904, and after it...