IMF Urges Action on Italy’s Retail Investors’ Bank Bail-InBy
International Monetary Fund notes ‘very high’ levels of NPLs
Financial sector reforms key to entrench stability, IMF says
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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