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March 28, 2023

Intesa Sanpaolo wants to sell real-estate loans to Romanians working in Italy

Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania plans to launch a real-estate loan for Romanians working in Italy that want to buy a house in Romania, Dan Bota, the bank’s network director, stated for Agerpres. “It is, on one hand, an acquisition loan, and so it can be guaranteed with another asset other than the one the purchase is being made with, but equally so a mortgage loan. We want to launch this product through the Italian bank Intesa Banca dei Territori in order to be able to develop it so that the client that buys his house in Romania will pay only one visit to the branches in Romania,” Dan Bota stated during a conference.
The loan has an interest rate that consists of EURIBOR updated every three months, plus 6.10 per cent. The value of the loan ranges from EUR 20,000 to EUR 250,000.
Moreover, the bank’s representatives stated that, following the last modification done at the bank’s leadership level, EnzoPellegrino has been appointed general director, the appointment being in the process of being authorized by the National Bank of Romania (BNR). At this moment the Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Romania’s leadership team also includes: Ioan Mihail Anca – First Deputy General Director, Stefano Burani – Deputy General Director, and Catello De Simone – Deputy General Director.

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