European Banks Struggle To Sell Businesses

European banks are finding it difficult attracting buyers for businesses they are looking to sell in order to raise capital to meet higher standards, fueling concerns that they may have to unload the units at deep discounts.

  • 08 Dec 2011
European banks are finding it difficult attracting buyers for businesses they are looking to sell in order to raise capital to meet higher standards, fueling concerns that they may have to unload the units at deep discounts. Potential buyers are said to be wary about the future of ...

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