Italy sets new task as bankers bid for SCIP 3

  • 19 Dec 2003

The Republic of Italy will receive initial bids from consortia today (Friday) for the next instalment in its Società di Cartolarizzazione dei Immobili Pubblici (SCIP) real estate securitisation programme. SCIP-3 is expected to total at least Eu2bn and is arguably the most challenging mandate yet set by the Treasury.

Bankers say at least half ...

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