On Monday at 16.30 pm at Palazzo Chigi the government will meet with representatives of Abi, Cdp and Sace, for a discussion on the rules that block the transfer of building bonus credits, including the superbonus. This meeting will be followed at 17.15 by the one with the interested categories, Ance, Confedilizia, Confindustria, Confapi, Alleanza cooperative italiane.

For the government, as we learn, the meetings will be attended by the Undersecretary to the Presidency of the Council Alfredo Mantovano, the Minister of Economy Giancarlo Giorgetti, that of Companies and Made in Italy Adolfo Urso, that of the Environment and Energy Security Gilberto Pichetto, the Deputy Minister of Economy Maurizio Leo, in addition to the director of the Revenue Agency Ernesto Maria Ruffini.

Meanwhile, the hypothesis of the securitization of credits is checking to find a balance point on the decree launched by the government. which has created tensions within the majority itself and giving rise to trade associations and oppositions. The hypothesis was put forward by Tommaso Foti, leader of the Brothers of Italy group in the Chamber, who opened to changes, in view of the parliamentary path.

"The Superbonus was not blocked, but the transfer of credit to local authorities that were replacing the banking system. One way forward is to evaluate the securitization of the receivables sold", said Foti guest of Agorà on Rai 3. "The decree on the Superbonus today has known this drastic measure because what should have been a spot measure has been degenerating. We cannot afford not to see a situation that is a ticking time bomb. The Draghi government also knew this, but could not intervene for political reasons," he added. "We can all say that the measure can be improved. We cannot put public finances at risk. Of course we are ready for changes," said the FdI group leader.

In essence, according to what is explained, such an operation would entail that the credits accumulated through building renovation operations, aimed at improving the energy yield and stability of the buildings, are "packaged" in a financial product, which is then placed on the market through a special purpose vehicle established under the Italian legislation on the securitization of credits. In this way, the liquidity crisis would be addressed, overcoming the obstacles that have emerged in recent months in the face of a situation that has sent operators in the sector into a tailspin.

An estimate of the Cgia of Mestre published in the past few hours, calculates that the superbonus has generated 372,303 sworn statements, filed by 31 January, and the State, with the so-called 110%, will have to take charge of an expense of 71.7 billion euros. Out of almost 12.2 million residential buildings, this measure affected only 3.1% of residential properties. "With the government decree approved the day before yesterday, a solution has not been found for the many companies and families that are in possession of a mass of important tax credits and no longer payable".