Dopo la trasmissione Repotr,
la CONSOB di Vegas e la BANCA d’ITALIA
finiscono davanti alla Commissione del Parlamento Europeo
per iniziativa di DECIBA
L’Associazione D.E.C.I.BA (Dipartimento Europeo Controllo Illeciti Bancari), ha presentato una petizione alla Commissione del Parlamento Europeo, per chiedere alle istituzioni comunitarie un intervento forte e deciso contro la CONSOB e la BANCA d’ITALIA, che con le loro azioni ed omissioni non hanno tutelato i risparmiatori italiani, che hanno visto svanire 2 miliardi di euro investiti in titoli “spazzatura” emessi da banche che detengono le quote azionarie di Banca d’Italia (un conflitto di interessi più evidente è difficilmente immaginabile).
Sono circa 130mila i risparmiatori “ingannati” dai prospetti informativi, da cui la CONSOB aveva fato togliere l’unica informazione che avrebbe potuto avvisarli sul grave rischio che correvano.
Per il Presidente DECIBA, Dr. Gaetano Vilnò: “Per gli italiani i danni economici generati dal sistema bancario sono peggiori della somma delle calamità naturali che hanno colpito il Paese negli ultimi decenni; ma a differenza di terremoti ed alluvioni non solo erano evitabili ma sono stati voluti e pianificati. Visto che in Italia chi deve intervenire è colluso o fa finta di non vedere, DECIBA si è rivolta direttamente alla Commissione del Parlamento Europeo, perché è indispensabile ed urgente che le istituzioni UE intervengano in modo deciso per fermare l’attuale il far-west finanziario, che vede le banche italiane agire impunemente a danno dei risparmiatori indifesi.”
E' possibile sostenere la petizione presentata da DECIBA accedendo all'area “petizioni” sul sito del Parlamento Europeo (Portale delle petizioni).
Chairman of the Committee on Petitions European Parliament B-1047 BRUSSELS
The undersigned hereby petition signatories, all members of the Association D.E.C.I.BA (European Banking Department illicit control), established in Italy, 43121 Parma, Via Barilla # 21, require the initiation of an investigation by the Community institutions regarding:
1)conflicts of interest existing between Italian banks and supervision and control that the same should be done by the Bank of Italy S.p.a. :
2) responsibility of CONSOB (Commissione Nazionale per le Società e la Borsa), for damages suffered by savers following the revocation of the decision to include in the prospectus of financial products designed to collect public savings, of "probabilistic risk Scenarios".
With reference to point 1)
In the Republic of Italy, have been entrusted to the Bank of Italy S.p.a. tasks of supervision and control on the activity of banks and financial intermediaries, supervising the observance of legislation (Legislative Decree 385 of 1 September 1993, better known as TUB "banking law"), with the power to issue rules for client protection in their dealings with banks and financial intermediaries. Bank of Italy Spa and a joint stock company, which counts among its members at the April 30, 2016 n. 101 banks and insurance companies (all subjects which should be supervised by the same bank of Italy Spa); including the shares of Unicredit s.p.a and Intesa San Paolo S.p.a. for a total of about 42% of the share capital. From what has just been exposed emerges a glaring conflict of interest; in fact, it seems paradoxical that the subject proposed in Italy the auditing and supervision (with sanctioning powers) of banks and financial service providers, both composed exclusively by individuals who should control and monitor; circumstance that could affect impartiality that the Bank of Italy is called upon to guarantee. Determined that the Bank of Italy to establish quarterly "wear rate (rate at which the interest demanded by banks and financial intermediaries are usurers), and that this determination takes place taking information directly by banks, it is clear that banks (all members of the Bank of Italy Spa), determines the rate of wear and tear that will be indicated by the Bank of Italy Spa. In conclusion in addition to further emphasize the character of turbidity that surrounds how following (conflict of interest), we wish to extend a clarion call to the designated person because the checks are started Rite concerning procedures for determining threshold wear rates and interest rates, hoping a clear intervention clarifier aimed at excluding those banks from the process of definition of the aforementioned "wear rate".
With reference to point 2)
In Italian Republic CONSOB is called, among other things, to perform the following tasks:
regulate the provision of services and investment activities by intermediaries, the disclosure requirements of the companies quoted on the regulated markets and operations of public saving;
authorize prospectuses for public offerings and offering documents relating to takeover bids, the operation of regulated markets, the inscriptions on GME's investment firms;
monitor the market management companies and on transparency and orderly trading as well as the transparency and fairness of the conduct of intermediaries and financial advisors;
With CONSOB communication, to protect investors and make them aware of the risks of their investments (over in order to align itself with the competent bodies at the ongoing reflections), stated that: "... to demonstrate the risk profile of complex structures, it is useful that the agent produces the customer also the results of analysis of returns to be conveyed through simulations performed according to objective methodologies (i.e. respectful of the principle of neutrality at risk)". (page 7, paragraph 1.5, CONSOB communication No. 9019104 of March 2, 2009). (annex 1)
The same CONSOB, with briefing note n° 11038690 of May 3, 2011, available to the non-application of the provision which envisaged communication to savers of "probabilistic scenarios of risk" by failing to understand the risks associated with investments offered by banks. (annex 2)
Acting as above, thousands of Italian savers were induced to purchase securities (mainly bonds), not intended to be reimbursed, issued by banks in serious trouble economy.
The damage suffered by Italian savers who have signed debt issued by banks, whose prospectus contained no indication of "probabilistic scenarios of risk" (given the CONSOB put that ban given), amount to several billion euros.
The Committee on Petitions of the European Parliament the European institutions so that bodies:
check and sanction, the conflict of interest involving Bank of Italy Spa composed entirely of members who are recipients of the checks that that the Bank of Italy should operate;
2) check, sanction, CONSOB's behavior that has revoked the obligation to include in the prospectus for the depositors of "probabilistic risk scenarios".
We enclose the following documents:1) Consob communication n. 9019104, 2 march 2009;2) Consob note n. 11038690, 3 may 2011;
For any communications you provide the following address: D. E.C.I.BA – Italy, Parma (43121), Via Barilla n. 21