ATHENS Jan 10 Greece's National bank,
EFG Eurobank and Alpha bank will not submit
binding offers for troubled Hellenic Postbank, a
banker closer to the procedure said on Thursday.
Postbank, 44 percent government-owned and deemed not to be
viable, is being divided into two parts - a "good" business that
will be sold or run as a stand-alone entity, and a "bad" bank
that will be liquidated.
"None of the banks will make binding offers tomorrow," the
banker who declined to be named told Reuters. "This means that
Postbank will be wound down and its healthy part will run as a
(Reporting by George Georgiopoulos; Writing by Renee Maltezou;
Editing by Dina Kyriakidou and Mark Potter)