“My comment is mainly based on the press rumors circulated in recent days and not confirmed by the two companies concerned which I remember being two listed companies”. The chairman of the parliamentary inquiry commission on the banking system, Carla Ruocco, talk with Affaritaliani.it the day after the hearing in Parliament of Economy Minister Daniele Franco on the Mps-UniCredit case.
“I remember that the minister’s hearing is not the first hearing on the subject, as the Banking Commission we have already heard twice the managing director and general manager of Mps, Guido Bastianini, who provided data and insights on the industrial plan, also on the results of the stress tests carried out in recent days. Now – continues Ruocco – in the light of all this documentation we intend to carry out further checks on the numbers that Minister Franco highlighted yesterday “.
“Among other things, a working group coordinated by Senator Pesco was set up in the Banking Commission to better analyze and study the numbers based on all the documentation acquired, in the face of the results of the stress tests, on the figures of the capital increases and on an industrial level. The Banking Commission, as per the institutive law, will monitor the affair since significant public resources have been used, and intends to collaborate, as always, with all the various institutions to ensure a necessary future for a bank that has been operating since 1472 “, concludes .