Protecting bank savings, this is the worry that is putting into crisis thousands of families of Italian savers contrary to what happens in Britain where the economy and a very solid territorial finance breathes different air even if the mass media make us believe there is an institutional crisis
The Italian Government with its irreducible attitudes, not trying to rethink in any way the change of the financial maneuver, but making only very small adjustments to allow the maintenance of beautiful electoral promises for a people so harsh that they arrived at 5.000.000 (five million) of people on the threshold of poverty, where they should have state finances in order and not a frightening public debt, are coming to a fight with the European Union.
Everything starts from anti-Europeanist thoughts of the two majority parties that before the elections praised the return to the Lira as the solution to all the ills of Italy, not saying that it would only be worth 70% of a Euro due to the immediate devaluation (70 cents for 1 Euro) and that the debts should however repay them not in the former new sovereign currency but in the current currency (Euro).
Italianism and the return to the claim of respect from other countries is commendable and even some of us of SHADOIT BUSINESS CONSULTANCY LTD who are Italians would like the good of their country because they love it and every day they feel disappointment and indignation for what is happening , but we are not professionally, absolutely agree with these anti economic and financially dangerous systems, which will lead to a sure recession after a first financial rebound and probably even more poverty with the possible advent of the Troika that economically destroyed Greece.
Let's start by saying that after the approval of the bail-in bank account holders are required to participate with their savings to reorganize the bank in the event of bankruptcy or probable bankruptcy and that this is already a profound risk for those holding capital on current accounts without having diversified its investments.
Why Italians are afraid of the economic crisis?
The affirmations of a party shareholder of the Italian government, those always praised by the previous governments on the solidity of the country thanks to the education of Italians inclined to bank savings, have sparked the eyes of other Euro-Group countries that despite having finances in order or almost in order, do not enjoy the economic wealth of Italy and correctly, Germany in the lead, have already aired the possibility of lowering the Italian public debt with the economic aid of Italian citizens by means of an equal levy to 20% on all bank accounts, bringing Italians to act to protect bank savings and assets.
Useless the move of Italian banks that are proposing the exchange in another currency, because even if doing this operation, in case of a forced withdrawal could not but comply with the government directive and in the meantime have immediately capitalized and earned on the exchange made.
In case of return to the Lira and forced withdrawal to avoid the European Troika, not only the savings but also the salaries of the state and the pensions that are part of the Italian public finances will be affected, but they all look at it from saying it ; a founding state of the European Union would be brought to its knees.
The fact is that some pseudo economists say that the purchase of Italian government bonds and Italian bonds are a safe and guaranteed investment does not correspond to reality, as in the event of a serious crisis and return to the Lira, they would be immediately renamed in the ex- new currency with an unimaginable financial loss in the worst case: "The default".
Discourse would be different for Italian shares, where they would most likely find an appreciation on the stock exchange to offset the devaluation in the first period of rebound, but the loss in value of the new currency would be significantly higher, always remembering that this would not be the case for bank shares the banks with billions of Italian bonds and very high loss of capital would be at risk of failure and it is therefore clear what would happen to Italy if it decided to leave the European Union.
How can we protect savings and therefore capital?
It is not very complicated to understand that we need to diversify on more investments and shift our savings on different banks, both in the Eurozone and outside the European Union, but in geo-politically reliable and secure countries and especially with banks that have agencies present. at least in the UK where it is important protect bank savings and assets.
The advice that many operators are giving, is to open online accounts and move their capital, but this does not correspond to good advice, as many e-banks have proved unreliable over time because they do not have a banking license and therefore with a serious risk for guaranteed capital, especially in this difficult period for European financial economies.
Needless to reiterate the concept of NON-EVASION, as it is sufficient to declare its current account that MAI may still be the subject of assets if opened in a foreign state and pay VATFE and 2 × 1000 on the average annual stock to the Italian State, then a ridiculous amount also protected by the European Central Bank with very stringent and secure rules that help protect bank savings.
It is normal to think of buying securities from other countries that are financially sound and safe as a safe haven, directly on foreign exchanges and thanks to accredited stockbrokers and is an operation that many Italian banks have already started to do in total silence, to ensure its shareholders.
The Italian government has denied having started talking about returning to the Lira, playing on the fact that people, with the daily problems of work, family and financial, have forgotten that the two parties that compose it, up to a few months before elections, proposed the exit from the Euro and tried to put the Ministry of Economy and Finance, a strong euro-skeptic who spoke of "black swan" and proposed the path of economic sovereignism: "Prof. Paolo Savona", an illustrious Italian academic and an expert in world finance.
If a person is unfamiliar with the markets, he must rely on expert brokers who are regularly registered, as the danger of ending up in the hands of fraudsters or speculators, in this period is very high, especially if they are non-independent operators related to banks and that they try to entice on bank stocks of Institutes currently considered safe (a classic example of failed Italian banks and the total loss of investor savings) putting at risk the protection of bank savings.
The advice of the financial advisors of SHADOIT BUSINESS CONSULTANCY LTD is to rely on brokers belonging to independent foreign companies or independent brokers not related to the Italian territory to always have the maximum of their objectivity for the financial economic evaluations that will be brought to give.
But the possibilities to protect our assets and capital do not end with the resources protected in the belly of the banks, as it is convenient to set up foreign companies, have a passport for all their family members, establish trusts and transfer assets to their companies as a trust fund or part of the share capital, to make sure that they become untouchable in case of economic disaster of the Italian State.
Or you can resort to tools like the fiduciary mandate, a very interesting tool from the juridical point of view, through which, while remaining at the head of the most complete ownership of the asset, the administration of the asset is attributed to the mandator company to realize a stakeholder interest, thus securing confidentiality and administration of goods but with costs for financial advice and for those who administer the asset or capital to protect bank savings and assets.
There are also other instruments of fundamental importance, such as foundations of law and private interest that, thanks to our partners, can be useful to ensure the proper management of its real estate assets with the possibility of Trust.
Therefore, it is useless to think about investing on the good old brick, because with the percentage loss on the purchase value of the investment that has now been at 23%, with the risk of a property that would further reduce its value and with a hypothetical risk of Italy's default, it can no longer be considered a good investment to protect bank savings and assets.