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26 June 2015 By Neil Unmack

The private equity firm is setting up a fund with Intesa and UniCredit to invest in troubled Italian companies. It’s a change from the old Italian way of sitting on dud loans. KKR is plugging itself into bigger trends: new bank regulation, a reformist government and QE-driven recovery.

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