Italy's Consob details banks' stakes in Fiat

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MILAN, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Italian market regulator Consob on Tuesday detailed stakes that Fiat's creditor banks hold in the industrial group after they converted a 3 billion euro ($3.61 billion) loan into Fiat shares. Banca Inesa owns 5.633 percent of Fiat, UniCredito owns 5.338 percent, SanPolo IMI owns 4.235 percent, and Capitalia owns 3.487 percent after they converted their parts of the loan into equity on Sept. 20, Consob data showed. Four other banks from the group which extended ...

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