Germany’s Commerzbank is considering selling its Polish subsidiary mBank as part of a new strategy.
The decision on the sale is expected to come after a meeting in late September, said people close to the matter.
Commerzbank, which failed in its attempt to merge with Deutsche Bank earlier this year, will hold a supervisory board meeting next week discuss the bank’s future strategy, people with knowledge of the matter have told Reuters.
The lender is due to hold a press conference on Sept. 27, the company has announced.
Commerzbank declined to comment.
Its 69.3% mBank stake has a market value of more than 2 billion euros ($2.21 billion).