|Italian bank, et al and an individual|
|Description||Specific instance notified by an individual regarding the activities of an Italian bank and other relevant individuals following the foreclosure of his house.|
|Theme(s)||Disclosure, Human rights, Consumer interests, Taxation|
|Date||25 Sep 2016|
|Industry sector||Financial and insurance activities|
Read the initial assessment issued by the Italian NCP - 15 November 2016
On 15 and 17 October, two further similar submissions were received. They can be accessed here.
On 25 September 2016, an individual submitted a specific instance to the Italian NCP regarding an Italian bank, and other relevant individuals following the foreclosure of his house due to a non-payment of credits claimed by the bank.
The submitter stated that the judge had approved the foreclosure and the forced sale in spite of the actions of the Bank, and that that the bank had not observed the Guidelines along with several Italian laws and regulations, the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
After assessing both the specific instance and the documents submitted, the Italian NCP concluded that the issue raised does not merit further examination because of the following reasons: