Banca Carige's top shareholder votes to oust its chief-sources
MILAN Oct 30 (Reuters) - The top shareholder of Italy's Banca Carige voted on Wednesday to oust its long-standing chairman, Flavio Repetto, two sources close to the matter said.
Repetto headed the Carige banking foundation, which owns a 46.6 percent stake in the Genoa-based lender and last month picked a new chairman for the bank.
Italy's tenth-biggest lender is under pressure to raise at least 800 million euros ($1.1 billion) by the end of the year to boost its capital and has pocketed 100 million euros from assets sales so far. ($1 = 0.7262 euros) (Reporting by Andrea Mandala; writing by Francesca Landini)
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