Tag Archives: Italian Banks

Italian government studying new rules to help banks reduce NPLs

Italian government (as reported by Sole24Ore)  is considering including in the next budget law measures to widen the scope of bad loan securitisations allowing the possibility of “mixed structured” including both impaired and performing loans and  including tax concessions for special purpose vehicles as well … Continue reading

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Some doubts on Ecofin Action Plan for NPL

The new Action Plan for NPL discussed by European Union finance ministers on Tuesday includes measures to improve secondary markets for NPLs, which are currently underdeveloped and provide little incentive for banks to unload their bad credit. While an earlier … Continue reading

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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. … Continue reading

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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) Abstract The profitability of Italian banks depends, among other factors, on … Continue reading

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