Tag Archives: NPL

GACs is back (and lots of securitizations will follow)

As reported by Reuters, Italy and the European Commission have agreed on the renewal of a state guarantee scheme aimed at facilitating the sales of bad bank loans. The so-called ‘GACS’ scheme expired on March 6, but the Italian government … Continue reading

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NPE R-Evolution: 2019 CV Sprig Day

Proud to be speaking at the 2019 edition of CV Spring Day that will be held at Palazzo Mezzanotte, the congress center placed in the historical building of Milan Stock Exchange on April 5. This year programm will include 2 … Continue reading

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Specialization and Concentration as main drivers of NPL market

Unipol engaged 2 transactions with BPER involving Sale of the entire shareholding in Unipol Banca to BPER Banca for €220m in cash  Purchase by UnipolRec of a portfolio of the BPER Banca Group non-performing loans wth a gross value of 1.3€bn … Continue reading

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Italian banks and NPL Update 2019-02

Italy’s economy tipped into recession at the end of last year, according to latest figures. In the final three months of 2018, the economy shrank by 0.2%, following a 0.1% decline in the third quarter, according to the latest update published by ISTAT. … Continue reading

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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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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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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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