Clydesdale Bank is to be sold off in a demerger by parent National Australia Bank (NAB) which will see the business acquired in part by shareholders with the remainder listed on the open market.
The group, which includes Yorkshire Bank, will be sold off in a deal which is expected to be finalised by the end of the year. Some 70% to 80% of the bank will be purchased by NAB shareholders, with...
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