KPMG says it was not informed of Monte Paschi derivative
MILAN Jan 22 (Reuters) - Auditing firm KPMG said on Tuesday it was never made aware of a derivatives deal between Banca Monte dei Paschi di Siena and Japanese bank Nomura that is triggering a loss of at least 220 million euros in the Italian bank's 2012 accounts.
In a statement, KPMG said it had not received any documents related to the 2009 deal.
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