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Will Italy be able to grasp the #NextGeneration opportunity?

This is a unique opportunity to reverse the downturn derived by the crisis into an upward path to growth missing in italy since several decades but the success of the initiative will mostly depend on the ability use properly grants and loans and to ralize long awaited structural reforms. Continue reading

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NPL in the EU are declining (but Watch out for GACS)

According to the latest press release, efforts to reduce risks in the EU banking sector are bearing fruit, as in its fourth progress report on the reduction of non-performing loans (NPLs), the Commission confirms that NPL levels are continuing their … Continue reading

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Commission measures to address the risks related to NPLs

The Commission is delivering on the Council’s Action Plan to address the high stock of NPLs and prevent their possible future accumulation. The measures proposed by the Commission aim to put the EU banking sector on an even sounder footing for future … Continue reading

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Why GACs like guarrantee is better than national AMCs

As reported by Reuters European Union finance ministers on Tuesday called for speedier unloading of bad debt by EU banks and recommended more money be put aside by the banks to protect them from trouble. Vice-President Valdis Dombrovskis told a news … Continue reading

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