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Tue, Apr 17 2018

Intesa's Intrum deal brings calm after 'perfect storm' of bad loans

MILAN Intesa SanPaolo's deal with Sweden's Intrum Justitia shows bad loans can be sold without a loss and will help Italian lenders turn a corner after "a perfect storm" of fire sales, CEO Carlo Messina said.

UPDATE 1-Intesa's Intrum deal brings calm after 'perfect storm' of bad loans

* Intesa, Intrum to create Italian debt servicing company (Recasts after press conference)

BRIEF-Intrum CEO says GACS state guarantee not necessary, maybe in future

* STATE GUARANTEE NOT NECESSARY FOR SENIOR TRANCHE IN BAD LOAN SECURITISATION

BRIEF-Intrum And Intesa Sanpaolo Enter Into A Long Term Strategic Partnership

* INTRUM AND INTESA SANPAOLO ENTER INTO A LONG TERM STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP, CREATING A MARKET LEADING SERVICER OF NON-PERFORMING LOANS IN ITALY

Intesa to shed $13 billion in bad debts with Intrum deal

MILAN Sweden's Intrum Justitia has filed a binding bid for Intesa Sanpaolo's debt collection unit in a 3.6 billion euro deal that rids the Italian bank of 10.8 billion euros ($13 billion) in bad debts.

Intesa to shed $13 billion in bad debts with Intrum deal

MILAN Sweden's Intrum Justitia has filed a binding bid for Intesa Sanpaolo's debt collection unit in a 3.6 billion euro deal that rids the Italian bank of 10.8 billion euros ($13 billion) in bad debts.

UPDATE 2-Intesa to shed $13 bln in bad debts with Intrum deal

* Bank to reap 400 mln euro capital gain, board meets Tuesday

Sweden's Intrum close to clinching deal for Intesa' bad loan unit-sources

MILAN, April 16 Sweden's Intrum Justitia is close to clinching a deal to buy the debt collection business of Italian bank Intesa SanPaolo, three sources familiar with the matter said.

Intesa chairman says sale of bad loan unit won't take long

VERONA, Italy, Feb 10 Intesa SanPaolo expects a partial sale of its debt collection unit won't take long and looks with particular interest at Sweden's Intrum Justitia, though China's CEFC is also interested, the Italian bank's chairman said.

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