IL FINANCIAL TIME AVVISA SUL PROBABILE CROLLO DI VENETO BANCA E POPOLARE VICENZA : LE PARAGONA ALLE BANCHE GRECHE ...90% DISCOUNT...
Two large Italian regional banks, Veneto Banca and Banca Popolare di Vicenza — that have been told by regulators to raise their capital buffers — are considering following the example of Greek banks and offering shares at substantial discounts. The focus on Veneto and Vicenza follows a rescue of four small, near insolvent regional banks — Banca Etruria, Banca Marche, CariFerrara and CariChieti — by the Italian government last month. The rescue deal forced shareholders and junior bondholders to incur losses, while senior bondholders and depositors were spared. The timing was designed to avoid tougher new EU bail-in rules due to take effect in January, which would have hit depositors. The Italian banking system stumped up €3.6bn to save the banks. Veneto and Vicenza are considered the next weak points in the Italian banking system, say bankers. The European Central Bank wants Veneto to raise its common equity tier 1 ratio to 10.25 per cent from 7.12 per cent. Vicenza is set to raise its common equity tier 1 ratio from 6.8 per cent to 10.25 per cent following the latest European banking health check. The bank has said it will need to raise up to €1.5bn and list its shares. Both capital raisings and initial public offerings are expected to be done by May. If Veneto and Vicenza fail to raise capital, or find a buyer, they could be subject to bail-in.
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“We have to get the capital hikes away — and we will at Greek-style discounts. The Italian banking system cannot afford a full bail-in,” said a senior banker close to the discussions at the banks. Four big Greek banks — Alpha, Piraeus, Eurobank and National Bank of Greece — priced their latest share offers in November at the legal minimum, representing a discount of more than 90 per cent to the latest market prices.
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