MADRID Feb 3 Spain's nationalised lender Bankia
has had informal conversations with possible buyers
for part of the government's 68 percent holding in the bank, but
there is no definitive plan yet, Chairman Jose Ignacio
Goirigolzarri said on Monday.
In a news conference to discuss Bankia's 2013 financial
results, he confirmed that bank restructuring fund FROB, which
manages the state's holding in the bank, was looking to hire a
strategic adviser in connection with Bankia.
There is investor interest in Bankia and the sell-down could
happen in phases, he said.
(Reporting by Sarah White; Editing by Fiona Ortiz)