Danske Bank will sell a batch of Irish properties individually rather than in a single transaction as it had planned as the biggest Danish lender reduces its holdings in the country.
The properties, including residential and commercial assets, won’t be sold as a portfolio, said Caroline Douglas, a Dublin-based spokeswoman for the bank.
Danske Bank is winding down much of its Irish operations after suffering losses when the property market collapsed in 2007....
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