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  1. Is it true that the cost of the crisis would have been lower if, earlier on, the Veneto banks had been placed under resolution? html Resolution action is taken only at the discretion of the Single Resolution Board (SRB), which decided that the two banks did not satisfy the requirements for such action. If the SRB had decided to launch the procedure, the entire value of the equity and ...Publish date:12 luglio 2017
  2. Is it true that the solution of the crisis of the Veneto banks does not comply with EU regulations and the rules on State aid? html The procedure fully complied with the rules and procedures of the banking union and with those on State aid. Based on the European regulations underlying the Single Resolution Mechanism, if the European Central Bank concludes that a bank is ‘failing...Publish date:12 luglio 2017
  3. Is it true that resolving the crisis of the Veneto banks will cost the State 17 billion? html The State’s cash injection connected to the liquidation of Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza totals about €4.8 billion, of which €3.5 billion to Banca Intesa Sanpaolo to cover its capital needs following the acquisition of the ...Publish date:12 luglio 2017
  4. Did the Bank of Italy fine the former directors of Banca Etruria for refusing Banca Popolare di Vicenza's merger offer? html After the inspections conducted in 2013 the Bank of Italy asked the directors of Banca Etruria to adopt a number of adjustment measures and to take steps to arrange a merger with another bank that would be able to contribute the necessary capital and ...Publish date:5 giugno 2017
  5. Did Italy bring forward the application of the bail-in provision when the four banks were put into resolution in November 2015? html Italy took advantage of an option offered by the BRRD to postpone the entry into force of the bail-in provision to 2016. This meant that it was possible to apply only the burden sharing system to the four banks put into resolution in November 2015 –...Publish date:5 giugno 2017
  6. Was the Bank of Italy late in declaring its opposition to the bail-in rules html leaving Europe to approve the directive even though the Bank believed it was a mistake?Publish date:5 giugno 2017
  7. Could the Bank of Italy publish a list of the commercial banks' 'largest borrowers' html or force the banks themselves to do so?Publish date:5 giugno 2017
  8. Does the Bank of Italy select the senior management at banks? html The supervisory authority – i.e. the ECB in the case of the largest banks and the Bank of Italy for the others – does not designate or choose the senior management of banks. The banks – usually the shareholders’ meeting or, in the ...Publish date:5 giugno 2017
  9. Non-performing loans (NPLs) in Italy's banking system html Overview Non-performing loans (NPLs) are exposures to debtors who are no longer able to meet all or part of their contractual obligations because their economic and financial circumstances have deteriorated. The deep and prolonged recession that has hit ...Publish date:5 giugno 2017
  10. Italy's less significant banks: general overview and supervision html On 30 June 2016, Italy’s less significant institutions (LSIs), directly supervised by the Bank of Italy within the framework of Europe’s Single Supervisory Mechanism (SSM), numbered 462, of which 355 were mutual cooperative banks (banche di ...Publish date:27 ottobre 2016

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