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Fassino asserted that Il Giornale, a right-wing newspaper, published the transcripts shortly before the 2006 election to create the impression that Fassino had exercised improper pressure in the attempted takeover of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro by insurer Unipol in 2005.
The bank has also recorded a goodwill impairment of EUR298m on the value of its Banca Nazionale del Lavoro division because of expectations that the Italian central bank would raise capital requirements for banks.
The consortium also included Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, Aareal Bank AG and Banca IMI.
93 billion, while Banco Votorantim took over $100 million worth of asset management operations from Banco BNL do Brasil, a unit of Italy's Banca Nazionale del Lavoro.
BT, which was a disappointed bidder for Italy's third mobile licence, said it was teaming up with Autostrade, Mediaset, Benetton, Distacom, Banca Nazionale del Lavoro and ENI in a group called "Blue".
The Board strongly opposes these provisions of the bill, as they remove many of the important protections that were considered necessary in the wake of the Banca Nazionale del Lavoro and Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) affairs and were included in FBSEA.
When a Justice Department investigation of the Atlanta branch of the Banca Nazionale del Lavoro (BNL) uncovered more than $5 billion in loans to Iraq which had been partially underwritten by the Agriculture Department, Bush operatives pleaded ignorance.
Unfortunately, the Department of Justice has just indicted officials from the major money center in the Iraqi guarantee program-the Atlanta branch of Italy's largest bank, Banca Nazionale Del Lavoro (BNL)-charging that the bank was in on Iraq's scam.