Slovenská Konsolidačná, a hospital bank charged with selling off bad loans cut out of three state banks, has decided to abandon sales of receivables through tenders, and to find a strategic partner for disposing of the bad credits.
The bank now has Sk77 billion in loans remaining from the original Sk100 billion total.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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10. Oct 2001 at 9:21