The Italian securitization market is truly taking off as the country's banks realize that with the new securitization law in place there is no better way to clean-up balance sheets and release capital, while at the same time raising useful finance.

Banca Intesa in Milan is the latest to acknowledge that it is working on securitization transactions one deal backed by non-performing mortgages and another by healthy mortgages, according to Camilla Tinari, the person responsible for coordinating the bank's securitization efforts.

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