Italy’s bad loan securitisation scheme will pull rating agencies into the sector for the first time since the financial crisis, reviving worries over how risk is assessed in the opaque asset class. The government’s new framework aims to help Italian banks sell off some 201bn in non-performing loans into securitisation vehicles by insuring the senior part of the trades.

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