Assessment Commissioned Of Bank Taken Over By Swedish State
Stockholm - Independent firms have been commissioned to assess the value of Carnegie Investment Bank AB recently taken over by the Swedish state, officials said Friday.
Bo Lundgren, head of the Swedish National Debt Office that took over the bank last week, said the two entities that make up Carnegie were to be sold separately but said it was unlikely a deal would
be clinched before the end of the year.
The entities comprise Carnegie Investment Bank AB, and pension insurance advisor Max Matthiessen Holding AB that Carnegie took over in early 2007.
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