IMF Urges Action on Italy’s Retail Investors’ Bank Bail-In

  • International Monetary Fund notes ‘very high’ levels of NPLs
  • Financial sector reforms key to entrench stability, IMF says

Move Over Brexit, Italian Banks Now the Focus

The International Monetary Fund called for action over concerns relating to the bail-in of retail investors in Italy, noting that “very high” amounts of non-performing loans and slow judicial processes were straining bank balance sheets.

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