The heads of imputation range from false corporate communications to obstacle enforcement to the authority of supervision. On the dock – all convicted – there are 13 people, in addition to the former MPS leaders also six former executives of Deutsche Bank and two former managers of Nomura and three companies: Nomura and the London office and Deutsche headquarters. The Sienese bank came out of the process with a plea bargain in 2016.
The object of the process, in particular, were derivative transactions Santorini is Alexandria, on the hybrid loan Fresh and on the Chianti Classico securitization. Operations that according to the accusation, represented by the pm Giordano Baggio, they would have been used to hide losses of over 2 billion euros.
All convicts were granted "generic mitigating circumstances", with the exception of Mussari and former managing director of Deutsche Bank Ivor Scott Dunbar. Excluding the aggravating circumstances of transnationality and the "serious harm to savers".