LA BSI - BANCA DELLA SVIZZERA ITALIANA RISCHIA DI FINIRE IN MANO A UN MILIARDARIO GRECO....SEGNO DI QUESTI BIZZARRI TEMPI
A Swiss private bank owned by Brazil’s BTG Pactual is close to changing hands for the second time in a year — this time being sold to EFG International, which is controlled by the Greek billionaire Spiros Latsis.
QUESTO SCRIVE QUESTA SERA IL FINANCIAL TIME, INDICANDO IL GRECO LATSIS COME ACQUIRENTE DELLA BANCA DELLA SVIZZERA ITALIANA.BTG has been rushing to sell assets since investor confidence was knocked by the arrest late last year of its founder and chief executive André Esteves over alleged links to the corruption scandal at energy group Petrobras.The auction, which attracted a handful of bids, is being hurried through by advisers Lazard because BTG has faced a liquidity crisis, and it is concerned about the reputational impact of Mr Esteves’s arrest on BSI, one of the people said.
IL VERO PROBLEMA E' CHE TUTTE LA BANCHE HANNO TAGLIATO LE LINEE DI CREDITO ALLA BSI E LA TESORERIA DELLA BANCA E' IN ESTREMA DIFFICOLTA'.I CLIENTI STANNO SPOSTANDO I LORO ASSETS
The Swiss lender, created 139 years ago as Banca della Svizzera Italiana, is based in the Italian-speaking region of Ticino and focuses on wealthy north Italian clients. It is ranked among the 15 biggest Swiss private banks with SFr92.3bn of client assets under management at the end of 2014.
mercato libero crede che al momento attuale siano non piu' di 90 miliardi
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