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Morrisons appears to have signalled its intention to bid for frozen food retailer Iceland by appointing Credit Suisse as an advisor. Iceland’s majority owners, the officials responsible for the winding up of Icelandic bank Landsbanki, put their 67% stake up for sale in May.
Landsbanki, the failed Icelandic lender, is to sell its stake in Iceland. The bank holds a 67% stake in the frozen food chain and is kicking off a sale process, according to reports.
Iceland Seafood Ltd slipped into the red last year after the downturn and haddock shortages hit profits. According to accounts filed at Companies House, the subsidiary of Icelandic company Iceland Seafood posted a pre-tax loss of £340,711...
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