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Gauging the European NPL Landscape

Presented by Tony Ward , CEO at Home Funding Limited at Credit Summit 2018

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  • After a hesitation in 2016, which was Brexit and US elections based, 2017
    marked a continued recovery of the NPL market
  • Total sales up from €102bn to circa €125bn
  • Italy the most active market followed by Spain then the UK
  • UK – continued to deleverage but legacy NPL sales now well in hand
  • Greece – first major trades began since the onset of GFC
  • Ireland and Portugal – little activity

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