Danish Ship Finance preparing for sale

Danish Ship Finance is looking into the possibilities of an IPO or a complete sale of the bank, says Danish Ship Finance in a brief to the stock exchange following media rumors that the company, whose owners include Maersk, is up for sale.

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Shipping bank Danish Ship Finance is currently looking at its future. The company is specifically eying an IPO or a sale, says the bank in a corporate statement issued Thursday night CET, shortly before midnight.

"Danish Ship Finance has now initiated a strategic review of multiple possibilities which can facilitate the continued development of Danish Ship Finance's ship finance operations, and which could improve the share liquidity. The review includes including an initial public offering and a sale of shares," says the bank in the statement.

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