Cyprus Mail

Administrator finds suitors for Laiki’s Balkan and Eastern Europe units

By Stelios Orphanides

The administrator of Laiki Bank, the lender which went out of business in March 2013, is close to finding buyers for two of the bank’s units in Eastern Europe days after it received offers for two other units in the Balkans, a source said.

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