Innocenzi committed for trial in Milan court
Fabio Innocenzi, former chief excutive at Italy’s Banco Popolare and vice-chairman at Banca Italease has been committed for trial by Milan judge Alfonsa Maria Ferraro.
He has been charged with complicity in market rigging and false accounting in connection with an inquiry into alleged wrongdoing in derivative sales at Banca Italease.
The trial will start in Milan on October 10. Innocenzi is assisted by Nerio Diodà, who told the Italian press to be confident about a positive resolution of the case.
As part as the same trial, the former chief executive at Banca Italease Massimo Faenza negotiated a four-year conviction.