Construction & Restructuring
Le banche nell’edilizia scolastica

PROPOSTA FABI IL SINDACATO MIRA A COINVOLGERLE NEL FINANZIAMENTO DEI LAVORI Banche al fianco del sistema scolastico messo duramente alla prova dall’epidemia che ha costretto da febbraio gli studenti italiani alla didattica a distanza. Coinvolgere le banche con stanziamenti a fondo perduto o finanziamenti a tasso agevolato da affiancare eventualmente a contributi pubblici, per rilanciare l’edilizia scolastica in tutto il territorio italiano puntando su sicurezza, sostenibilità e innovazione didattica. L’obiettivo è risolvere, grazie a speciali erogazioni degli istituti di credito,… (Continua a leggere)

Banche: Bankitalia, a giugno prestiti +2,3% su anno, a famiglie +1,6%

Crescono i prestiti; a giugno i tassi di interesse sui prestiti erogati nel mese alle famiglie per l’acquisto di abitazioni si sono collocati all’1,61% A giugno i prestiti al settore privato, corretti per tener conto delle cartolarizzazioni e degli altri crediti ceduti e cancellati dai bilanci bancari, sono cresciuti del 2,3% sui dodici mesi (1,5% a maggio). I prestiti alle famiglie sono aumentati dell’1,6% sui dodici mesi (1,2% a maggio) mentre quelli alle società non finanziarie sono aumentati del 3,7%… (Continua a leggere)

Superbonus del 110%: banche pronte a finanziare privati e imprese

Banche in campo per il superbonus. Tutti i principali istituti di credito sono al lavoro per mettere a punto nuovi pacchetti di prodotti studiati per poter usufruire del nuovo incentivo del 110% per i lavori di ristrutturazione che comportino un miglioramento dell’efficienza energetica o una riduzione del rischio sismico di abitazioni e condomini. La misura, prevista dal decreto Rilancio, uno dei provvedimenti varati dal governo per fronteggiare l’emergenza Covid, potrà essere sfruttata per lavori eseguiti fra il luglio di quest’anno… (Continua a leggere)

What if Your Home Could Be Mobile, but Also You Could Park It?

A start-up rethinks a little about how to live. What if the answer to “where to live now” is actually “lots of places” and “kind of nowhere”? Kibbo is a new entry in the booming business of American life in vans. It rents vans to its members and also creates communities for them to engage with. It plans to start with five wilderness locations in which its vans can park. Its first, expected to open in September, include Ojai and… (Continua a leggere)

Italy Draws a Line Under Genoa Tragedy, Shunting Aside the Benettons

The government has leveraged anger over the collapse of Genoa’s Morandi Bridge to take back control of the nation’s highways. But critics say the deal sends a troubling message to investors. ROME — Less than two years after the collapse of the Morandi Bridge in Genoa killed 43 people, Italy will draw a line under the tragedy on Monday when it inaugurates a replacement. But that public celebration has been accompanied by a behind-the-scenes deal that will reshape the running… (Continua a leggere)

Dubai-based construction company Arabtec appoints new group CEO

Wail Farsakh takes over the new role from Peter Pollard. The board of directors at Dubai-based Arabtec Group have appointed Wail Farsakh as the new group chief executive officer. Farsakh who until now occupied the position of group chief operating officer (COO) of the UAE’s largest listed contracting company replaces Peter Pollard. Additionally, the board appointed Najeh Awad as acting group chief financial officer (CFO). Wail joined Arabtec as group COO in September 2019 and has was primarily focused on… (Continua a leggere)

Geberit plans no job cuts or restructuring due to COVID-19 situation

ZURICH,  (Reuters) – Geberit is not planning job cuts, Chief Executive Christian Buhl said on Monday after the plumbing supplies maker warned the new coronavirus was hitting activity in the construction industry. “We do not plan or see any need for restructuring, so we don’t have any plans to cut jobs,” Buhl told an investor call. “But of course we have put in place a hiring freeze in these times of very high uncertainty.” Geberit has closed three factories in… (Continua a leggere)

Howard Hughes Corp. halts some construction, delays restructuring amid coronavirus pandemic

Howard Hughes Corp. has put a halt on some construction and postponed plans related to restructuring the company, citing the economic fallout caused by the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Aecom UK profit slips after restructure

Aecom UK’s profit has fallen by a third, partly due to restructuring costs. Pre-tax profit for the UK arm of the US engineering firm fell to £12.4m for the year ending 29 September 2019, down from £19.2m the previous year. The decline was partly due to restructuring in the business, including exiting some non-core operations. A spokesman said this included pulling out of markets where “growth opportunities are less robust”. Despite the restructuring, Aecom UK’s headcount increased slightly from 4,094… (Continua a leggere)

FCA must adapt to changing technology to regulate City, says chief

Andrew Bailey says more resources needed to upgrade regulations for AI and blockchain . The main City regulator fears being left behind by a new wave of technological innovation that could increase the risk of financial firms making bad decisions and going bust, according to its latest business plan. The Financial Conduct Authority said that developments, which include artificial intelligence and blockchain technology for financial transactions, could race ahead without adequate regulations in place, potentially undermining the strength of London as a financial centre…. (Continua a leggere)