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Tue, Apr 19 2016

UPDATE 1-Austria FinMin doesn't see banks in trouble on Heta writedowns

VIENNA, April 19 Austrian banks are able to handle further writedowns on bonds of "bad bank" Heta suggested by financial watchdog FMA, the finance minister said on Tuesday.

Austria's FMA imposes big haircut, long wait on Heta creditors

VIENNA Austria's financial markets regulator FMA on Sunday cut the nominal value of "bad bank" Heta Asset Resolution's [HAABI.UL] senior bonds by more than half, highlighting the long struggle creditors face for repayment if a settlement is not reached.

UPDATE 2-Austria's FMA imposes big haircut, long wait on Heta creditors

* Austria says ball now in creditors' court (Adds detail, comment, background)

German insurers say amicable deal over Heta still possible

FRANKFURT, April 10 Germany's insurers said on Sunday an amicable agreement in a dispute over debt repayment with Austrian bad bank Heta Asset Resolution was still possible, after Austria's financial markets regulator FMA imposed a hefty haircut on creditors.

Austria's FMA imposes big haircut, long wait on Heta creditors

VIENNA, April 10 Austrian financial markets regulator FMA, which is overseeing the wind-down of "bad bank" Heta Asset Resolution, will impose a provisional loss of 54 percent on creditors compared with their senior bonds' face value, it said on Sunday.

BRIEF-Kforce announces CEO 2015 total compensation- SEC filing

* Says CEO David Dunkel's FY 2015 total compensation $5.7 million versus $6.8 million in fy 2014 - SEC filing Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

UPDATE 2-German court delays ruling on Austrian Heta case

* Austrian watchdog FMA had requested suspension (Recasts, adds lawyer comment, further details)

Austrian finance regulator has not finished Heta calculations yet

VIENNA, Jan 19 Austria's financial watchdog FMA has not yet finished calculating how much the assets of "bad bank" Heta are worth, one of the body's co-heads, Helmut Ettl, said on Tuesday.

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