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MNI INTERVIEW2 (RPT): Italian Banks Ready For Basel-Signorini

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New rules on risk weights will not restrict the flow of bank credit to Italian companies, the Bank of Italy's Luigi Federico Signorini tells MNI

(Repeats article first published on August 2)

Italian banks are well positioned for the phasing in of the remaining elements of Basel III regulations by 2025 and new rules on risk weights should not reduce the flow of credit to firms, Bank of Italy Senior Deputy Governor Luigi Federico Signorini told MNI.

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(Repeats article first published on August 2)

Italian banks are well positioned for the phasing in of the remaining elements of Basel III regulations by 2025 and new rules on risk weights should not reduce the flow of credit to firms, Bank of Italy Senior Deputy Governor Luigi Federico Signorini told MNI.

Keep reading...Show less