Deutsche Bank has begun the process to sell its retail banking business in Spain and expects to receive non-binding offers before July 18. The sale price is not known, but according to the economic press, the bank’s initial intention was to obtain up to 2 billion euros from the disposal.
Deutsche Bank’s spanish business
Caixabank has informed Deutsche Bank’s management team of its interest in the German bank’s Spanish subsidiary in the event of a sale. The approach was made in 2016, before Deutsche Bank reached an agreement with the US Department of Justice to reduce the fine for selling “subprime” mortgages to $7.2 billion