BoI tees up OBGs for smaller banks, but impact likely muted
Posted on 19 July 2018
A Bank of Italy consultation on proposals that would allow banks with own funds below EUR250m to issue OBGs for the first time closed on Sunday, but endogenous and exogenous factors are expected to limit its impact, even if the initiative has been welcomed...
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