EU, Russian, Chinese buyers show interest in Metro, Goldman Sachs says

Goldman Sachs has had expressions of interest in its warehouse business from parties in Europe, Russia and China, a bank executive has told a US Senate hearing.

Jacques Gabillon, head of the bank’s Global Commodities Principal Investments (GCPI) unit, said that Metro Trade International Services had attracted a “variety of interest” and that it was therefore possible it would be sold to a non-US entity. The bank, which acquired Metro in 2010 via its GCPI unit, put...

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Andrea Hotter

November 20, 2014

19:20 GMT

New York