Lagos - Two weeks after Mainstreet Bank Limited was officially put up for sale by the Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON), twenty-five local and foreign investment groups and banks have indicated their interests to buy it.
The 25 firms were the ones that beat the deadline for the submission of Expressions of Interest (Eoi) phase, reports New Telegraph.
The next phase in the sale of the bank involves the interested companies submitting some documents, after which they would be allowed to examine the bank.
Mainstreet Bank was among the three banks rescued by the CBN in 2009 during the banking crisis. The two other banks are Enterprise Bank Limited (Spring Bank Plc) and Keystone Bank Limited (Bank PHB Plc).
Read more at New Telegraph.
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