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Credito Fondiario and Università Roma Tre launch the first edition of the postgraduate course in “Management and valorisation of impaired loans”

Rome, 11 January 2021 Credito Fondiario, a leading bank in Italy in the field of investment and servicing of impaired loan portfolios and parent company of the Credito Fondiario Banking Group, in collaboration with the Department of Business Economics — Università Roma Tre, presents the first edition of the advanced course in “Management and valorisation of impaired loans”.

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Credito Fondiario: S&P Global raises rating to “Above Average” as Commercial and Residential Special Servicer

Credito Fondiario, Italy’s leading bank in the investment and servicing of impaired loan portfolios and parent company of the Credito Fondiario Banking Group, announces that S&P Global has updated the ratings assigned to the Group for its servicing activities. In particular, Credito Fondiario has obtained a significant upgrade in its rating – raised from AVERAGE to ABOVE AVERAGE – as Commercial and Residential Special Servicer.

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CF MASTER SPECIAL CORPORATE SERVICER

Credito Fondiario Credito Fondiario is Master, Special and Corporate Servicer in the Multi-Originator POP NPLS 2020 operation

Credito Fondiario, Italy’s leading bank in the investment and servicing of impaired loan portfolios and parent company of the Credito Fondiario Banking Group, has been appointed Master Servicer, Special Servicer and Corporate Servicer in the context of the sale of a portfolio of non-performing loans by 15 banks, mostly cooperative banks, largely independent of each other, for an amount of over EUR 0.9 billion, gross of value adjustments (GBV).

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Credito Fondiario Appointed as Servicer of a Gbv 1.6 Billion Euro Npl Portfolio

Credito Fondiario, Italy’s leading bank in the sectors of servicing and investments in impaired loan portfolios, takes over the roles of Master Servicer and Special Servicer in the management of a portfolio of non-performing loans with a Gross Book Value (“GBV”) of EUR 1.67 billion.

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