Tag Archive: Italy

Natixis’ Patrick Artus discusses whether European institutions can rescue the Italian economy in FTSE Global Markets  

  Following the Italian electorate’s resounding rejection of a constitutional reform package in December 2016’s referendum, further uncertainty beckons for the country’s fragile economy. This begs the question: can Italy’s sluggish growth be lifted by European financial institutions, including the European Central Bank? In an article for FTSE Global Markets, Natixis’ chief economist, Patrick Artus discusses …

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UniCredit’s Stefania Godoli discusses the boom in Italian IPOs in Global Capital

As economic forces drive institutional investors towards southern Europe, and political forces encourage privatization in Italy, the country’s IPO markets are seeing a rapid increase in activity, says Stefania Godoli, global head of equity capital markets at UniCredit in Global Capital. This development is seeing Italy’s private companies respond too – rushing to capitalise on renewed investor …

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Standard & Poor’s argues infrastructure is key to Italy’s economic progress in Financial Times Adviser

Infrastructure development is essential for Italy’s post-crisis recovery. In fact, Standard & Poor’s has shown that infrastructure spending creates a ‘multiplier effect’, driving short-term employment and productivity, and promoting long-term economic growth. But if Italy is to grasp the multiplier effect’s benefits, it must secure more investment. Writing for the Financial Times Adviser, S&P’s Stefania …

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BNY Mellon’s Italy client advisory panel featured in GTR

The global transaction banking landscape continues to transform at an astonishing rate, with developments in technology, shifting trade corridors and economic influence, and new regulatory demands all contributing to a trade arena that is undergoing significant change. At a BNY Mellon-hosted roundtable in Verona, GTR magazine sat down with a number of Italian banks to …

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