Financial crisis - Italy's largest creditors', 2011

The statistic presents a ranking of Italy's largest creditors', the organisations that have bought up Italian government bonds. As of Q4 2011, Intesta Sanpalo of Italy was the largest creditor, holding Italian bonds to the value of just over 58 billion U.S. dollars.

Italy's largest private creditors' by value of government bonds held in billion euros

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Release date

July 2011



Survey time period

Q4 2010

Supplementary notes

* As of 31 December, 2010.

I= Italy, F= France, D= Germany

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