Co-op Bank explores loan sales as focus shifts away from property

Co-op’s new HQ at its NoMa scheme is emblematic of Manchester’s resurgence

The Co-operative Bank has confirmed that it is setting up a division to explore the possibility of selling loans as part of a deleveraging process designed to plug a £1.5bn black hole in its finances.

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