Italian banks plan refunds for retail bond investors caught by Parmalat, Cirio defaults

  • 16 Jan 2004

Some of Italy's biggest banks are considering ways to repay retail investors who bought bonds from defaulted companies such as Cirio and Parmalat.

These high profile corporate collapses have shaken the confidence of Italian retail investors, who are being forced to ...

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