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Corporate Finance

Santander on Its Way to Reduce Toxic Assets
Corporate Finance
This is to get rid of the toxic assets, nonperforming buildings and credits that it inherited from Spanish Banco Popular, acquired last June for 1 euro symbolically when the latter was on the brink of bankruptcy. Santander has not been long tackling ...
Banco Santander, S.a. - SAN - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Investment Research

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Sipp struggles: Should advisers or providers be at fault for bad investments?
Money Marketing
A few years ago, the Ombudsman tended to absolve Sipp providers in cases where toxic assets had gone wrong. Now they are having to do more due diligence not just on the investments but the source from which they are coming, and do more to ensure ...


Bankruptcy Code Isn't Enough; We Need SUUTI-Like Body To Take On Banks' Toxic Assets
We have our own experience with the Specified Undertaking of the UTI (SUUTI), which was created in 2002 when Unit Trust of India found its liabilities to unit holders exceeding its assets. SUUTI was created to take over the toxic assets, and the mutual ...

City A.M.

'Toxic' assets are making a turnaround
City A.M.
They were branded “toxic sludge” for their role in bringing about the financial crisis, but asset-backed securities are no longer considered as dangerous as they once were. Asset-backed securities (ABS) are essentially loans which are bundled up together.

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Gulf weathers global financial crisis but oil did not
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
While American bank liabilities were secured against collapsing “toxicassets, for example, Gulf banks had oil in the ground and cash in the bank. But then came two events that showed the region, for all its capital and energy wealth, was not immune ...

The Slovak Spectator

Meucci: Italy is not going through a catastrophe
The Slovak Spectator
Italian banks are the ones in Europe with the least amount of derivatives and toxic assets. But the major banks in Europe, not in Italy, are completely intoxicated with those assets. TSS: Intesa is one of the biggest Italian investors in Slovakia. Some ...

The Mag

Unwanted star forced back to Newcastle after weekend in Italy fails ...
The Mag
Posting a picture 'working' with his 2 agents in Milan on Saturday, Achraf Lazaar has returned to Newcastle without finding a new club.

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The Diplomat

With Help from Astana, Banking Deal of the Year Goes Through in Kazakhstan
The Diplomat
In essence, the government fund shouldered around $2 billion of BTA's toxic assets before Halyk would even consider the buyout. Shayakhmetova clarified that the role of the government in guaranteeing the stability of the deal was massive. And it might ...

Gulf weathers global financial crisis but oil did not | Arab News
Arab News
DUBAI: Ten years ago this month is taken by most economic commentators as the beginning of the global financial crisis, often labelled these days the “GFC”.

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Renton Reporter

Beware the unintended consequences | In Focus
Renton Reporter
These “toxic assets” were bundled and sold all over the world. When the value of these mortgage-backed securities began to plummet, it pulled down the stock market, the employment rate and the economy with it. Had these indebted borrowers been able to ...

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