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Sum of Measures 1—5 (Total Package)
|Measure||Amount (Local)||Amount (USD)||Details||Update||Source|
|01 - Liquidity Support info_outline|
|01A - Short-term lending info_outline||
No amount/estimate: June 9, beneficiary farms can submit applications for advance payments to receive an equal amount 70% of the value of the company's securities portfolio. The measure corresponds to the need to provide immediate liquidity to farms taking into account the emergency period resulting from Covid-19 .
|01B - Support policies for short-term lending info_outline||
No amount/estimate: less significant banks and non-bank intermediaries are allowed to operate temporarily below the level of the Pillar 2 Guidance, the capital conservation buffer and the liquidity coverage ratio. Their deadline to submit their revised non-performing loan reduction plans is postponed to 30 June. Other reporting and inspection deadlines are delayed.
|01C - Forex operations info_outline|
|02 - Credit creation info_outline||EUR431,480,000,000||USD477,300,884,956|
|02A - Financial sector lending/funding info_outline|
|02B - Support policies for long-term lending info_outline||
See Non-lending actions of Measure 1. May 20, 2020, to promote the use of credit claims as collateral and to incentivize lending to small and medium-sized enterprises, the Bank of Italy has extended the additional credit claim frameworks to include loans backed by COVID-19-related public sector guarantees .
|02C - Loan guarantees||EUR431,480,000,000||USD477,300,884,956||
(i) EUR10 billion state guarantee for new loans for medium-large firms (based in 500 million 1:20); (ii) EUR21.48 billion for the SMEs Guarantee Fund (based in 1.5 billion 1:14 aprox); (iii) April 9, EUR400 billion in guarantees (April 9) including EUR200 billion from Treasury to shield banks from losses on 90% of loans to companies of all sizes, and EUR200 billion guarantees from Cassa Depositi e Prestiti CDP (Italy's state lender) and its export agency Sace; (iv) no amount/estimate: further guarantees for firms most affected by the virus. Facilitate guarantees for self-employed workers, freelancers and individual entrepreneurs; (v) No amount/estimate: 9 June, Adopted further measures to extend the Additional Credit Claims (ACC) scheme. The Bank of Italy introduced the possibility of granting guarantees to both consumer and mortgage loans offered to households. These measures will enter into force on June 17, 2020 .
|03 - Direct long-term lending info_outline||EUR450,000,000||USD497,787,611|
|03A - Long-term lending info_outline|
|03B - Forbearance||EUR450,000,000||USD497,787,611||
(i) EUR50 million allocation for one-year suspension in repayment of loans to Invitalia (national development agency owned by the Ministry of Economy) to support SMEs in the most affected municipalities; (ii) EUR400 million for households, moratorium on debt payments, including mortgages.
|04 - Equity support info_outline|
|05 - Government support to income/revenue||EUR81,815,000,000||USD90,503,318,584|
|05A - Health||EUR6,450,000,000||USD7,134,955,752||
(i) EUR3.2 billion for the national health service and to support civil protection; (ii) EUR3.25 billion for healthcare as part of the additional additional EUR55 billion rescue package announced on 13 May .
|05B - Non-health||EUR75,365,000,000||USD83,368,362,832||
"For individuals: (i) EUR5.0 billion to strengthen the wage supplementation scheme for furloughed employees; (ii) EUR400 million for one-year suspension in the repayment of real estate mortgages by workers having lost their job; (iii)EUR2.3 billion for one-off EUR 600 payment to the self-employed &seasonal workers; (iv) No amount/estimate: Allowance of EUR500 per month for up to 3 months for self-employed workers in the municipalities most affected; (v) EUR1.3 billion to strengthen childcare support; (iv) EUR30 million for EUR1000 childcare payment to employees in the healthcare and law enforcement sectors; (v) EUR0 5 million to raise by 12 days the paid leave for disabled workers and workers caring for a disabled relative; (vi); EUR130 million to extend sick leave to cover days spent in quarantine; (vii) EUR900 million for a EUR 100 one-off bonus to workers who continued to work at their workplace. For companies: (i) EUR540 million for 60% tax credit on commercial rents; (ii) EUR50 million for incentives to firms to sanitise workplaces; (iii) EUR600 million for suspension of collection of tax collection files; (iv) No amount/estimate: Suspension for 2 months of tax and social security payments in the municipalities most affected; (v) EUR10 billion for suspension of all the tax and social security payments coming due in March; (vi) No amount/estimate: suspension of 2 months (until end of April) in the payment of the electricity, gas, water and waste bills in the most affected municipalities; (vii) No amount/estimate: Non-application of withholding tax for professionals without employees, with revenues below EUR400,000 until 31 May 2020; (viii) No amount/estimate: Incentive to sell impaired loans (NPLs) by converting deferred tax assets (DTA) into tax credits for financial and industrial companies; (ix) EUR1.7 billion to provide fee-free guarantee for SMEs loans; (x) EUR500 million Emergency Fund to protect supply chains in crisis”, to cover damage by the agricultural, fishing and aquaculture sector, and “and the slowdown in exports” (especially for livestock). It is a partial compensation of stocks (costs of storage and seasoning of these products); (xi) May 7, New Covid-19 emergency fund of EUR 100 million to agriculture sector (interest subsidy and direct aid) ; (xiii) May 13, the government announced a further €55 billion rescue package of measures. Measures include further income support for furloughed workers, freelancers and unemployment benefits (EUR26.5 billion), funds for the healthcare system (EUR3.25 billion), measures to support businesses, including grants for SMEs and tax deferrals (EUR16 billion), EUR1.2 billion for the food and agriculture sector, and EUR1.4 billion for schools, including hiring university researchers and teachers ; (xiv) May 6, EUR60 million to the National Fund for support to access in housing rental; (xv) 8 June, Decree that allows for the automatic disbursement of an April payment worth EUR600 to Italian free-lancers who benefitted from an analogous bonus for the month of March. The payment is a form of unemployment compensation related to COVID-19 (a so-called ""Covid bonus"") [update]."
|06 - Budget reallocation info_outline|
|07 - Central bank financing government|
|07A - Direct lending & reserve drawdown|
|07B - Secondary purchase: government securities|
|08 - International Assistance Received|
|08A - Swaps info_outline|
|08B - International loans/grants|
|08B1 - Asian Development Bank|
|08B2 - Other|
|09 - International Assistance Provided|
|09A - Swaps info_outline|
|09B - International loans/grants|
|10 - No breakdown|
|11 - Other Economic Measures||
(i) No amount/estimate: Apri l 24, announced a special debt instrument called "BTP ITALIA," which will finance costs arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. The next issue will be May 18-21, 2020. The instruments have maturities of 4 to 8 years, with coupons paid every six months, and capital always guaranteed at maturity; (ii) IVASS (Insurance supervisory authority) followed the EIOPA recommendations and called insurance companies to be prudent about dividends and bonus payments to protect their capital position; insurance companies are asked to provide updated Solvency II ratios on a weekly basis; (iii) CONSOB called a three-month ban on shorting of all shares and lowered a minimum threshold beyond which it is required to communicate the participation in a listed company. These measures are aimed to contain the volatility of the financial markets and to strengthen the transparency of the holdings in the Italian companies listed on the Stock Exchange; (iv) 18 May : Suspended the temporary ban on taking new net short position and the increase in existing net short positions. The Italian Companies and Exchange Commission (CONSOB) first introduced the ban on March 17, 2020. The ban will end on May 18, 2020; (v) 8 June, Announced a new government bond exclusively dedicated to the retail market. This government bond is called the “BTP Futura”, and will solely finance expenses made by the Italian government to deal with the COVID-19 emergency, as well as to support the recovery of the Italian economy. The first issue will be Monday, July 6, 2020, to Friday, July 10, 2020 .
|12 - Non-Economic Measures||
The nation-wide lockdown, announced in early March, was extended until May 3. Travel is restricted and public gathering are banned. All schools and universities remain shut. Non-essential productive activities are closed across the country, with exceptions for supermarket and grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, public transport and essential public services. The nation-wide lockdown expired on May 4. Since then, manufacturing and construction have reopened under new safety rules (e.g., staggered shifts, spaced workstation, temperature checks, masks). The government has moved forward some of the reopening plans this week. In addition to retail shops, restaurants, cafes and hairdressers have reopened on May 18 (the initial reopening plan was June 1). Sports facilities will reopen on May 25, followed by cinemas and theatres on June 15. Regional governments are allowed the discretion to adjust the dates in both direction. People can now travel within their own region, and mobility restrictions across regions will be lifted on June 3, when international borders will also reopen without restriction to and from other EU countries.