About Us

About Us

Credito Fondiario Banking Group is one of the most important Italian players in the credit sector, whose integrated model allows it to operate as Debt Purchaser and Debt Servicer on all categories of non-performing credits, e.g. bad loans and UtPs, both banking and leasing.
In the last years, the Group has held leading roles in several major operations of the sector..

Our Mission

We aim to offer clients specialized services in the secondary investment credit market, with state-of-the-art product offering and technological infrastructure.

Leveraging on its latest-generation IT and operational platforms as well as on the know-how and on the expertise of its team, Credito Fondiario is ideally positioned as a vertically integrated reference partner to both banks, interested in optimizing their credit servicing or disposing of non-core and deteriorated assets, and investors, willing to explore investment opportunities in this sector.

While interacting with our clients with credit exposures, we work to manage the most complex situation with a respectful and constructive approach, always being careful to the specific features of each individual case.

Our key strengths

We offer our client a state-of-the-art platform for origination, structuring and servicing in the secondary investment credit market in Italy:

  • Bank license
  • Excellence in providing services for securitization vehicles (master servicer, special servicer and primary servicer, with ratings S&P and Fitch)
  • Top team of owners and managers with long-standing experience, credibility and qualifications
  • Proven capabilities to originate and transact investment opportunities
  • Proven capabilities to partner with global institutional investors

Our approach to business

Credito Fondiario Banking Group stands out for its unique business model, thanks to which it acts both as servicer and co-investor, at its clients’ side.

Credito Fondiario has adopted this approach to align the interests and the returns on the portfolio it manages.

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