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Risk.net

Santander reaps capital benefit with close of toxic asset sale
Risk.net
Santander's sale of toxic loans, acquired when it bought failed lender Banco Popular in 2017, helped free up core capital and remove dead weight from its balance sheet in the first quarter. The Spanish giant completed the spin-off of half of Banco ...


Turkey Telegraph

Bank bailout fund loses another 950 million in 2017, 40% less
Turkey Telegraph
"There has been a deterioration in investment of FROB in Sareb", which groups toxic assets from old savings banks, where it controls 45% of capital. This devaluation assumes a charge of "947 million (841 corresponding to equity share and 106 million of ...


Decider

'Billions' Recap Reality Index: Season 3, Episode 9 (“Icebreaker”)
Decider
Welcome back to the Billions Recap Reality Index. This week, we provide you with due diligence for Billions Season 3, Episode 9 (“Icebreaker), a tally of events that we found to be either too real to fail or as fake as a toxic asset's triple A rating ...

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Reuters

Zombies no more: Lending revival opens new chapter for Hungary's banks
Reuters
Banks' growing loan books suggest they are finally emerging from years of tackling writedowns, the unloading of toxic assets and punitive government measures. A Reuters survey of five major domestic banks showed all expect double-digit credit growth ...

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Why The Argentine Peso Is Plummeting
Seeking Alpha
By Olav Dirkmaat. Days ago, Argentine President Mauricio Macri asked the International Monetary Fund for help. His call came after the Argentine peso tumbled. The peso fell by 10 percent in a matter of weeks and more than 25 percent over the past ...


Deutsche Bank's fightback begins with legacy asset reveal
The Edge Markets MY
Moreover, the assets are not judged to be toxic. So there is little point in following the likes of Royal Bank of Scotland or Standard Chartered, which set up separate “bad banks” to actively wind down troubled loans. There is still a case for ...

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MoneyWeek

Italy is testing Mario Draghi to step in and do “whatever it takes”
MoneyWeek
They enjoyed swaggering around on the monetary moral high ground for about five minutes, before realising that their own banks had partaken of the most toxic assets more greedily than pretty much anyone else's. The politics of having several countries ...

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The Indian Express

In five years, pvt banks see 450 per cent spike in bad loans | The ...
The Indian Express
Data over the last five years shows that private banks have been steadily accumulating bad loans, with a 450 per cent rise in gross Non-Performing Assets ...

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The Hustle (blog)

Silicon Valley's $13B nonprofit takes another hit: Toxic culture costs them 3 executives
The Hustle (blog)
On Friday, the New York Times published yet another exposé on the “toxic,” grow-at-all-costs culture at the Silicon Valley Community Foundation, a Mountain View-based nonprofit that's quietly grown to $13.5B in assets — larger than both the Ford and ...


POLITICO.eu

Italy not leaving the euro: 5Star bigwig
POLITICO.eu
French and German banks were also targets of the lawmaker: “You need more homogeneous rules that take into account not only the deteriorated loans that Italian banks are full of but also the toxic assets that weigh on the balance sheets of German and ...

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