Italy's Banco Popolare sells 2 pct Azimut stake
MILAN, Sept 5
MILAN, Sept 5 (Reuters) - Italian lender Banco Popolare said on Thursday it had sold its 2.1 percent stake in domestic asset manager Azimut through an accelerated bookbuilding procedure reaping a net capital gain of 29.2 million euros ($38.54 million).
"The positive commercial relationship existing between Banco Popolare and Azimut is set to remain unchanged," the bank said in a note. ($1 = 0.7577 euros) (Reporting by Valentina Za; Editing by Greg Mahlich)
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