RIMINI, Italy, Aug 26 (Reuters) - Alfonso Iozzi, chief executive of bank Sanpaolo IMI, one of Fiat's major creditor banks, said on Tuesday there was no need to review the terms of a loan after the carmaker completed a recent capital hike. Fiat's creditor banks, including Sanpaolo IMI, Intesa , Capitalia and UniCredito , last year extended a three billion-euro loan convertible into Fiat shares if some debt-related targets were not met.
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