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New bad loans declined in the first six months of 2016

Posted: 12 January 2017

New bad loans falling sharply in the first half of 2016. Between January and June the banks have spent an amount of non-performing loans of about 12 billion euro (compared with 15 billion to the same period of 2015), down 18% year on year.

It is what emerges from the data processed by Abi and Cerved according to which the input rate on loans by non-financial corporations amounted, in terms of amounts, to 3.9% in June 2016, down from the previous year 4.4%.