Italian Banking Crisis Was Provoked by Brussels, Bail-In Victims to Be Refunded

In late April, the Italian government issued guidelines for the reimbursement — up to an amount of €200,000 — of depositors and owners of subordinate bonds who were unlawfully “bailed-in” in the past years. The measure, which is to be financed with €1.5 billion over three years, applies to customers of two Veneto banks, Banca Popolare di Vicenza and Veneto Banca, liquidated in 2017, and four banks in central Italy — Banca Etruria, Carife, Banca Marche and Carichieti — liquidated in 2015.Hier   weiterlesen