Unicredit CEO says is not interested in buying Commerzbank
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Unicredit (CRDI.MI) Chief Executive Federico Ghizzoni said the Italian lender would not bid for German competitor Commerzbank (CBKG.DE).
Speaking at a banking conference in Frankfurt on Wednesday Ghizzoni was asked if he had any interest in buying Germany's second-largest lender.
"We are not interested in Commerzbank," Ghizzoni told reporters.
(Reporting by Edward Taylor)
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