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Pioneer launches short-term bond fund

By: Alicia Villegas | 19 Jan 2017

Pioneer Investments has launched the Optimal Yield Short-Term strategy, a new fixed income fund which aims to optimize yield by investing in a flexible and unconstrained manner…

Moneyfarm launches ETF based investment portfolios 

By: Alicia Villegas | 17 Jan 2017

Moneyfarm, the digital wealth manager, has launched a new service of investment portfolios built of exchange-traded funds (ETFs). Customers that sign up with Moneyfarm give the company…

Credit Suisse names Italy head of Multi Asset Class Solutions

By: Alicia Villegas | 12 Jan 2017

Veteran industry Stefano Guglielmetto will be responsible for the Italian private customers of Credit Suisse’s Multi Asset Class Solutions (MACS). In his role, Guglielmetto will focus on…

Schroders hires executive for Italy’s wealth management unit

By: Alicia Villegas | 03 Jan 2017

Schroders has appointed Francesco Murgiano to the role of head of Investment in its Wealth Management business in Italy, where he will be responsible for the management…

Italy approves Monte dei Paschi bailout

By: Alicia Villegas | 23 Dec 2016

The Italian government will bailout the country’s third-largest lender Monte dei Paschi di Siena, after the world’s oldest bank confirmed it had failed to raise €5bn from…

Italy approves a €20bn bailout plan to save banks

By: Alicia Villegas | 22 Dec 2016

The Italian parliament approved on Wednesday a €20bn plan with the aim to bailout the country’s troubled banks. The emergency bailout plan came after Monte dei Paschi…

La Française appoints country head Italy

By: Adrien Paredes-Vanheule | 14 Dec 2016

Paris-headquartered asset manager La Française has appointed Luigi Brunetti as country head Italy with the aim of expanding the firm’s business in the country. Brunetti joins from…

Algebris launches fund aimed at Italy’s non-performing loans

By: Alicia Villegas | 13 Dec 2016

London based Algebris Investments is launching second fund that will invest mainly in non-performing loans (NPLs) of Italian banks, with a focus on loans secured by real…

Unicredit plans to raise €13bn, slash 14,000 jobs

By: Alicia Villegas | 13 Dec 2016

UniCredit, Italy’s biggest bank, is planning to raise €13bn, cut 14,000 jobs and and sell-off €17.7bn of bad loans to restore the bank to health and “achieve…

EU markets stumble then rebound, after Italy rejects constitutional changes

By: Helen Burggraf | 05 Dec 2016

Europe’s stock markets recovered some of their initial declines and the euro also recovered from its early losses on Monday, as investors shrugged off the Italian voters’…

Systemic crisis need not apply, argue Italy watchers

By: Jonathan Boyd | 05 Dec 2016

In the wake of Italy’s referendum that saw encumbent prime minister Matteo Renzi resign after losing the argument for constitutional change, a number of equity and fixed…

Banking crisis awaits – Nordic view of Renzi’s failed referendum

By: Jonathan Boyd | 05 Dec 2016

News that Italy’s prime minister Matteo Renzi is to resign following his loss in the referendum on 4 December, is being treated as a possible trigger for…

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