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Contacted by AFP on Tuesday, an ECB spokeswoman said: "We don't make any comments on individual banks." However Ignazio Angeloni, an Italian national on the ECB's Supervisory Board, told the La Stampa daily that "a public intervention into a bank is always the last option, subject to very strict rules." He said BMPS's managers had worked on various solutions to recapitalise the bank, which the ECB followed closely, before coming to the conclusion that "an intervention was necessary".The group struck out on their own after a failed attempt to buy the Pritchard Wood operation from its parent. Stanley Pollitt is co-credited with inventing the job discipline of account planning at Pritchard Wood.He died following a heart attack in 1979, an event which dealt a blow to the agency's momentum.The ECB's reported need for recapitalisation at BMPS is over €3 billion more than previously judged necessary.BMPS cited letters from the ECB to the Italian ministry of finance and economy indicating that the results of 2016 stress tests showed the capital needs of BMPS at €8.8 billion.