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doValue buys 80% of Eurobank's bad loan unit FPS
doValue In Advanced Talks To Buy Eurobank Financial Planning Service
DoValue Signs Deal With UBI Banca For EUR 0.9 Bln
doValue SpA, formerly known as doBank SpA, is an Italy-based financial company. It provides services for the management of loans and real estate assets, primarily non-performing receivables, for banks, investors and public and private financial institutions. Its offering includes Servicing, Ancillary Services and Real Estate Services. Servicing includes debt collection and loan recovery, management of lease payments, due diligence, structuring, and co-investment. Ancillary Services provides ancillary services of commercial, property and legal nature through other companies or internal structures. Real Estate Services offers auction facilitation, borrower cooperation agreement, repossess real estate valuations, real estate valuations and technical and professional services, among others. The Company focuses on southern Europe.
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Emanuela Da Rin
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A shareholder reshuffle has cut SoftBank Group's <9984.T> stake in doValue <DOVA.MI>, boosting the free float of Italy's biggest bad loan specialist and handing a 9.4% holding to hedge fund EJF Investments, a regulatory filing showed.
Italy's top debt recovery firm doValue <DOVA.MI> said on Thursday it had clinched a deal for a majority stake in Eurobank's <EURBr.AT> loan collection unit FPS.
Italy's biggest loan recovery firm doValue <DOVA.MI> has emerged as the strongest bidder for Eurobank's <EURBr.AT> loan servicing unit, sources familiar with the matter told Reuters, a deal critical for the turnaround of Greece's third largest lender.
Italy's biggest loan recovery specialist doValue <DOVA.MI> said on Monday it had agreed with Greece's Alpha Bank <ACBr.AT> to manage a gross 4.3 billion euro ($4.7 billion) portfolio of non-performing loans and real estate assets in Cyprus.
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