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Intesa Sanpaolo-BAD WEATHER: CASH SAVINGS OF FRIULI AVAILABLE TO 10 MILLION FOR BUSINESSES AND FAMILIES AFFECTED

February 17, 2014



ENP Newswire - 17 February 2014

Release date- 14022014 - Cassa di Risparmio del Friuli Venezia Giulia offers 10 million Euros in favor of companies and families affected by exceptional rains and snowfall in recent days.

The ceiling may be increased in the event of greatest need and adds to 5 million euro already earmarked recently. As the damage in the area could have an impact over time, the Cassa di Risparmio del Friuli Venezia Giulia has prepared specific loans lasting up to 5 years at concessional terms, which may provide a grace period of up to 18 months. Specifically, companies have been made ??available up to 18 months financing on concessional terms and early termination fee to zero in case of reimbursement with insurance premiums and / or government grants, unsecured loans with a maturity of up to 5 years on concessional terms; expenses investigating discounted up to 50% chance to qualify for the suspension of the moratorium ABI rate mortgages and extending to a maximum of 120 days maturities of advances credits. families will be available for unsecured loans with a maturity of up to 6 years on concessional terms. these new tools that complement and not replace those dedicated to normal operation, provide assessment procedures simplified and fast. It 'also the possibility of obtaining credit lines in anticipation of any insurance compensation and the suspension of payment of loan installments by extending the maturity. facilities is sufficient to obtain the signature of a simple self-certification of the damages available at all branches of the bank. 'La Cassa di Risparmio del Friuli Venezia Giulia, - says Director General Renzo Simonato - is close to its territory in a moment of difficulty caused by extraordinary weather conditions. We readily activated in order to provide simple tools and immediate, appropriate to the situation.


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