Stanescu, Marfin: The Bank Can Stand On Its Own If Cypriot Parent Bank Doesn’t Find A Buyer

07.03.2013 By Octavian Calei , Ciprian Botea

Marfin Bank Romania, the local subsidiary of Cyprus Popular Bank group, which is under liquidation, is sufficiently strong to stand on its own if its majority shareholder in Cyprus cannot find a buyer and decides to leave it on its own, says Cornel Stanescu, first vice-president of the bank, a guest at business show ZF Live.

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