Author Archives: Massimo Famularo

About Massimo Famularo

Investment Manager and Blogger Focus on Distressed Assets and Non Performing Loans Interested in Politics, Economics,

T6 Next event on Foreclosures

#Savethedate – Rome 3 December 2018 – T6 Association is going to held its annual event on Foreclosures and Real Estate. ASSOCIAZIONE T.S.E.I. – stands for  “Tavolo di Studio sulle Esecuzioni Italiane” and is a think thank working on the assessment … Continue reading

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Italian NPL Update 2018-10

Hoist Finance has entered into an agreement to lease and subsequently acquire the business going concern of the Italian debt collection companies Maran S.p.A. and R&S S.rl. (“Maran Group”) in a multistep process, in the context of their composition with … Continue reading

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Will Italian politics harm NPL market?

Italian government’s plan to  run fiscal deficit of 2.4% of GDP next year is causing some worries on financial markets (with pressure on the spread between of Italian long term public bond vs German ones commonly used as benchmark) because it … Continue reading

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21st November 2018 – 1st CV Fintech Day

#Savethedate – 21st Novembere 2018 – Crowne PlazaMilan Linate will host the 1st CV Fintech Day. Link to the Event Credit Village is a magazine and event management Company focused on Credit Management with 12 years experience on italian market. CV … Continue reading

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Italian NPL Update 2018-08

Italian Banks facing troubles due falling prices of Italian bonds may found some relief from the prolongation of the Italian guarantee scheme to facilitate the securitisation of non-performing loans (GACS). MPS is about to launch project Merlino a sale of 2.5Bn … Continue reading

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Good News for Italian Banks

Italian Banks are facing some troubles due falling prices of Italian bonds that will likely cause substantial impairments on their balance sheets. Some relief may come from the   prolongation of the Italian guarantee scheme to facilitate the securitisation of non-performing … Continue reading

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Distressed Investment Forum – 3rd Edition

#Savethedate – The 3rd edition of the Distressed Investment Forum will take place on September 13th in Berlin. I am going to speak in the Italian NPL Market Panel. The event will take place at the central Titanic Gendarmenmarkt Berlin in the Ballsaal … Continue reading

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