TURIN, June 27 (Reuters) - Ifil , a holding company controlled by Italy's Agnelli family, will continue to be Fiat's leading shareholder, Ifil Chairman Gianluigi Gabetti said on Monday. A group of eight banks are due to convert a 3 billion euro ($3.7 billion) loan they extended to Fiat in 2002 into equity in September and will leapfrog Ifil as Fiat's biggest shareholder, diluting its founding family's holding to about 22 percent. However, some banks could sell their stakes on and they ...
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