19/09/2014 – Expansion
Banco de Caja España de Inversiones, Salamanca y Soria (one of Spain‘s savings banks abbreviated to CEISS) has marketed a 100%-provisioned, non-performing loan portfolio for €485 million.
The transaction has been advised by KPMG Corporate Finance and KPMG Abogados (Lawyers – translator‘s note). It allows CEISS to cut in default rate by the aforementioned amount. Still, its REO portfolio contains 36.500 loans to individuals and small/medium-size companies.
With the sale, Banco CEISS takes the next step in its Strategic Plan assuming divestment in all non-core assets.
Original article: Expansión (after E. P.)
Translation: AURA REE