Filling the Gap a new Debtwire and Banca Ifis Report

A new Debtwire and Banca Ifis report gives a quick outlook on what is going on in the Italian Non Performing Loans Market.

The report takes its name from the claim of 2016 NPL meeting one of the most relevant events on this field in Italy.

At this link you can download the full report .

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#Savethedate CV Day 2016

The 10th CV Day will take place on 16th November in Crown Plaza Milan Linate.

Fintech, recent changes in Italian Credit Recovery laws and new markets deriving the new opportunity for private debt collection agencies to work for municipalities and other local entities will be the main topics.

Look at the program at this link and see the speakers and panlelists here

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Entering Italian NPL Market (Linkedin Group)

The linkedin Group  Entering Italian NPL Market is going to be updated daily since September 2016. Don’t miss the chance to stay in touch with the most attractive European Market for Distressed Assets.

While the stock of the market is reaching higher peaks

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and the transactions are substantially growing

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a potential revolution may finally happen.

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ECB opened a Public Consultation on the draft guidance to banks on non-performing loans

This consultation gives interested parties the opportunity to comment on the draft ECB guidance to banks on non-performing loans.

Deadline for submitting comments: midnight CET on 15 November 2016

Here the web page

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Italian Private Equity Conference

The 2nd Annual Italian Private Equity Conference takes place on September 22nd, 2016 in Milan .

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I am going to speak in the Distressed Investments Panel.

You can find the complete agenda of the day at this link

And the delegate list (as of 19 aug 2016)

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NPL Meeting 2016 – #savethedate

The main event dedicated to international players on the non-performing loans market is back. The International NPL Meeting 2016 will take place on September 16th at the Port of Venice, at the Auditorium of Terminal 103: roundtables, international speakers and several networking opportunities will characterize the fifth edition of this convention organized by Banca IFIS.

For more information about the agenda or speakers and for participation requests, please visit the official website www.nplmeeting.it

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Profitability of Italian Banks – a new IMF Working Paper

A recently published IMF Working (Here the full text)  paper is focused on “Profitability and Balance Sheet Repair of Italian Banks”(Andreas Jobst ; Anke Weber published 19th August 2016)

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Abstract

The profitability of Italian banks depends, among other factors, on the strength of the ongoing economic recovery, the stance of monetary policy, and the beneficial effects of current and past reforms, notably to address structural obstacles to resolving nonperforming loans (NPLs) and to foster banking sector consolidation. Improved profitability would enable banks to raise capital buffers and accelerate the cleanup of their balance sheets. This paper investigates quantitatively the current and prospective earnings capacity of Italian banks. A bottom-up analysis of the 15 largest Italian banks suggests that the system is on the whole profitable, but that there is significant heterogeneity across banks. Many banks should become more profitable as the economy recovers, but their capacity to lend depends on the size of their capital buffers. However, a number of smaller banks face profitability pressures, even under favorable assumptions. There is thus a need to push ahead decisively on cleaning up balance sheets, including through cost cutting and efficiency gains

 

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