Banco di Sicilia has joined the long list of Italian banks that are at one stage or another of putting together securitizations backed by non-performing loans, according to banking sources in Italy.

The bank is considering a deal will parcel bad loans with a face value of at least E775 million ($800 million), equal to around a third of the bank's bad loan portfolio, bankers said.

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