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Savers compensation decree by end of month says Cantone (3)

ANAC to arbitrate

Savers compensation decree by end of month says Cantone (3)

Rome, January 13 - Anti-corruption czar Raffaele Cantone said Wednesday the government will have a decree to reimburse small investors who lost their money in four failed banks by the end of the month. "We're aiming for a decree by the end of the month," he said on his way out of the premier's office. "The economy ministry is working on the compensation criteria, we're concentrating on how to organize the arbitration". Cantone's anti-corruption agency, ANAC, has been tasked with holding the arbitration in the cases of small investors in four failed banks: Banca Etruria, Banca delle Marche, Cassa di Risparmio della Provincia di Chieti (CariChieti) and Cassa di Risparmio di Ferrara (CariFe) banks. Their 3.6-billion-euro government-decreed rescue in November, financed by healthy Italian banks, saved jobs and protected account holders, but shares and bonds in the four lenders are now worthless. One of Banca Etruria's former bondholders, Luigi d'Angelo, committed suicide after his life savings became worthless. The small investors whose savings went up in smoke are seeking government compensation.

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